Her life was extinguished in an instant, and yet she still lives. This classic Dickensian character is a study of debilitating despair and a catastrophic attempt at revenge. The story of Miss Havisham has intrigued audiences for decades. This is the gothic tale of the jilted bride that wore her wedding gown until the day she died.
Length: 35 Minutes
Production Company: Under Words Theatre
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Tickets: Not Required
Venue: The Little: Theatre 1