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Wuthering Heights Summer Ball

We are not at all sure that Heathcliff (nor Emily Brontë) would ever sanction something like this but here it comes:
Wuthering Heights Summer Ball
June 16, 2018 18:30
 At Royal Over Seas League, London

Cathy and Heathcliff request your company at Wuthering Heights for their summer ball to celebrate the 200th birthday of their beloved Emily Brontë. With champagne in hand, join your fellow lords, ladies, and debutantes in our garden and meet your favourite characters from this Brontë classic. Our talented actors from Past Pleasures will be immersing guests in the Georgian period as they interact with guests and recreate the tragic love story of Heathcliff and Cathy throughout the evening. Afterwards, head to our banqueting hall for a three-course meal with wine.

Take home a momento of the evening with your very own Georgian selfie. The UK’s most popular silhouette artist Charles Burns, who has cut not one but two portraits of Her Majesty the Queen, will be on hand throughout the evening to capture your striking Georgian profile.

After the final act of the play and dessert, join our actors in the ballroom and try your hand at traditional period dancing. Once your feet are too tired, or you simply prefer the comfort of a nice armchair, relax in the back of the Duke of York bar and listen to the relaxing melodies of our harpist.

Make sure you take advantage of our exclusive 2-4-1 room offer if you are attending the ball. When you book one night in a deluxe double or twin room, you’ll get the second night for free. As we know the ball is a time for you to show off the club to friends and family who may not necessarily be a member, for this weekend only we will also be allowing non-members to stay in our accommodation with our new Guest Passes. Contact our Reservations team for more information on +44 (0)20 7408 0214.

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