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A twisted tale of nerve-jangling horror, this adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic gothic thriller stars Phil Daniels as both Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde.

In a secret experiment, the upright and respectable Dr Henry Jekyll splits his personality into two, releasing the fiendish and murderous Edward Hyde.

As Hyde brings about mayhem, terror and death in foggy London, can Jekyll find a way to suppress his monstrous alter-ego, before it takes him over for good?

 

The production, adapted by David Edgar and directed by Kate Saxon, opens on 14 February at Rose Theatre Kingston with previews from 9 February and will then tour to His Majesty’s Theatre Aberdeen, Malvern Festival Theatre, Dartford Orchard, Nottingham Theatre Royal, Blackpool Grand Theatre, Wycombe Swan, King’s Theatre Edinburgh, Bradford Alhambra, Wolverhampton Grand Theatre, Cambridge Arts Theatre, before completing its run at the Darlington Hippodrome from the 14 until 19 May.

Rose Theatre, Kingston
Fri 9 – Sat 17 February 2018
Box Office
020 8174 0090
His Majesty’s Theatre, Aberdeen
Tues 20 – Sat 24 February 2018
Box Office
01224 641 122
Malvern Festival Theatre
Tues 27 February – Sat 3 March 2018
Box Office
01684 892 277
The Orchard Theatre, Dartford
Tues 13 – Sat 17 March 2018
Box Office
01322 220 000
Theatre Royal, Nottingham
Tues 20 – Sat 24 March 2018
Box Office
0115 989 5555
The Grand Theatre, Blackpool
Tues 27 – Sat 31 March 2018
Box Office
01253 290 190
Wycombe Swan
Tues 3 – Sat 7 April 2018
Box Office
01494 512 000
King’s Theatre, Edinburgh
Tues 10 – Sat 14 April 2018
Box Office
0131 529 6000
Alhambra Theatre, Bradford
Tues 17 – Saturday 21 April 2018
Box Office
01274 432000
Wolverhampton Grand Theatre
Tues 1 – Saturday 5 May 2018
Box Office
01902 429 212
Cambridge Arts Theatre
Tues 8 – Sat 12 May 2018
Box Office
01223 503 333
Darlington Hippodrome
Tues 15 – Saturday 19 May 2018
Box Office
01325 405 405
Workshops
Our learning programme includes in-school drama workshops, gothic fiction workshops and a page to stage. For more information visit our digital platform theatrecloud.com.

Learning Resources
Free learning resources are available on theatrecloud.com. Resources include a series of drama workshops and writing exercises for teachers to use in the classroom.

Creative Project
Take part in our 500-word gothic fiction creative writing challenge!

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