Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde

The play premiered at The Yvonne Arnaud Mill, in Guildford, on September 29th, 2006 and has since been seen at the following theatres:

Wilde Theatre, Bracknell

Princess Theatre, Hunstanton

Citizens Theatre, Glasgow

Theatre by the Lake, Keswick

Square Chapel, Halifax

Subscription Rooms, Stroud

Middlesborough Theatre

Limelight Arts Centre, Aylesbury

Queens Hall, Hexham

Phoenix Theatre, Bordon

Brookside Theatre, Romford

The Bierkeller, Bristol

Kings Lynn Arts Centre

Ifield Barn, Crawley

Rose Theatre, Kidderminster

Eccleshall Theatre, Norfolk (2009,2011,2013,2015)

Pitlochry Festival Theatre

Royal College Of Surgeons, Edinburgh

Brunton Theatre, Musselburgh

Eastgate Theatre, Peebles

Carnegie Theatre, Dunfermline

Falkirk Town Hall

Cumbernauld Theatre

Birnam Arts Centre, Dunkeld

Stratherrick Hall, Gorthleck

Heron Theatre, Cumbria

Market Place Theatre, Armagh

Belfast Opera House Baby Grand

Clotworthy Arts Centre, Antrim

Riverside Theatre, Coleraine

Ardhowen Theatre, Enniskillen

Courtyard Theatre, Newtownabbey

Norden Farm Arts Centre, Maidenhead
Haddo House, Aberdeen

REVIEWS

'Impressive...fine style....the result is a good, vivid, popular version of a great story, told with notable passion...As Jekyll and Hyde adaptations go, Patrick Prior's 70 minute two-hander is short, to the point and rewritten in brisk everyday language.'

                                                                                THE SCOTSMAN

 

'Stylistic...forensic examination of man's addiction to playing the bad lad....Abernethy and Marsden make a great stab at Prior's gradually unfolding text. Every emotional nuance is wrung out of it, and a packed audience sit rapt at such conversely dark materials.'

                                                                   THE GLASGOW HERALD


Just a line to thank you both so much for coming to our school again to perform 'Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde'. Whilst we are only a small school the students really did appreciate the performance. They got so much from it for their studies. Please keep us in mind for the future. The 'Titanic' project sounds good.................Sean Simington, Head Teacher, Eccles Hall, Norfolk.

 

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