A brand new musical based on Charlotte Bronte's epic love story - as popular and powerful today as when it was first published in 1847.

The vivid, beautiful symphonic score featuring 28 songs has been written by composer
Ruth Nunn.  The imaginative, finely crafted script and lyrics are by Sony Award winning writer Jeremy Gibson.  Together they capture the spirit of the novel and combine to create a wonderful full-scale piece of musical theatre.

Other major reasons for choosing Jane Eyre - The Musical for your next production:

  • Stunning duets between Jane and Rochester
  • Highly enjoyable and singable chorus numbers and ensembles - everyone can take part
  • Suitable for all levels of production, from school and amateur groups through to fully
  • Backing CD with sound effects is available so you can have high-quality orchestral
       accompaniments without the expense of hiring an orchestra (or if you prefer you can hire the
       conducting score and band parts)
  • There are three different Janes and Rochesters on the demo disc taken from a number of
       performances.  The songs work equally well whether your leads have ‘show’ or ‘classical’ voices
       or perhaps the developing voice of a young person.

    So why not contact Made-for-the-Stage Publications now either by phone +44 (0) 1761-435546 or e-mail (click here) to request a copy of the script and vocal score for your perusal.


    1. Overture
    2. Paving Hell with Energy
    3. Plain Jane
    4. Suppose
    5. Another Day Dawns
    6. Angel of Light
    7. This Is My Life
    8. Take a Look at Her Now
    9. Assist Me
    10. One Two is Two
    11. Thornfield Hall
    12. La Vie est Bonne
    13. What Do I See?
    14. Farewell Dear Master
    15. I Love Him

    " By any criterion this is a musical on a grand scale which I predict will be given a major London production sooner rather than later...I do most sincerely commend this exciting new musical"
    Amateur Stage magazine

    "The music in Jane Eyre - The Musical is a triumph, with a rich variety of musical styles that would grace auditoria from a school hall to an opera house". Grapevine magazine (Bristol)