The Strange Case Of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde
Blackeyed Theatre, in association with South Hill Park.
A thrilling adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's dark psychological fantasy, The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde immerses you in the myth and mystery of 19th century London's fog-bound streets where love, betrayal and murder lurk at every chilling twist and turn. Gripping, stylish and thought-provoking, this is unmissable theatre. Go on...treat your dark side!
Exclusive offer for schools: For bookings of 25 or more, online access to an HD recording of The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde is included in the cost of your booking. Contact the box office for more details. A free education pack is also available.
"One of the most innovative, audacious companies working in contemporary English Theatre" The Stage
Blake Kubena, Zach Lee, Paige Round, Ashley Sean-Cook
Directed by Nick Lane
Music by Tristan Parkes
Recommended for age 11+
Running time: Approx 2 hours (plus interval)
Tickets: £15 (£13) £10 Under 18s
Friends 10% Discount
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