Barn Theatre Club presents
Set in the foggy atmosphere of Victorian England, this chilling adaptation of R.L. Stevenson’s novel has us on the edge of our seats. Jekyll, obsessed with discovering the truth behind his father’s theories, discovers his ‘alter ego’ in the form of the murderer, Edward Hyde. The tussle between the two is an absorbing and eventually physical one as the split central roles struggle for possession of their shared body.
From the same stable as Nicholas Nickleby, this version by David Edgar was first presented by the RSC in 1991 and described as a theatrical feast.
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