As you are probably aware, Kate Bush is seeing a bit (understatement) of a resurgence this year, especially thanks to the hit show Stranger Things. 2022 just might be the Most Wuthering Heights Day Ever.
It all began with Shambush’s 300 Brighton, UK, Kates in 2013, when Kates dressed all in red (red dress, red stockings and black belt) descended on the field to dance to the 1978 Kate Bush classic. This year, a re-creation is happening at HOTA on Saturday, July 23.
And while new Kate Bush fans have only just been introduced to the British singer thanks to Stranger Things (Season 4), there’s plenty of time to go from “Running Up That Hill” to learning the “Wuthering Heights” choreography in preparation for the big day.
To make sure you’re moving the right way, here’s a mirrored version of Wuthering Heights so you can practise at home. But, if you want to get some group practise in beforehand, take a peek at The Most Wuthering Heights Day Facebook page
Tickets cost $25 for adults and $10 for kids, with all profits being donated to The Sanctuary Women, Children and Pet’s Refuge on the Gold Coast. They are a self-funded refuge providing a safe haven for women and children fleeing a life of domestic violence. Check out the event page for more details.