Paul Taylor-Mills presents


adapted by Tim Luscombe

Jane Austen's masterpiece, Emma, takes us on a joyful journey packed full of warmth and wit, romantic schemes and mistaken intentions. Young, bright and beautiful Emma Woodhouse has the world at her feet, or at least the small part of Surrey in which she lives. While Emma's world is one of secrecy, missed cues and failed attempts to influence people, handsome and mischievous Frank Churchill is also hiding a secret, determined to use Emma to further his own romantic scheme.

Will Mr Churchill have his way with Emma or will she foil his plan and realise that, for her, true love lies in a different direction?



£19/£18/Under 16s £8