The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson
adapted and performed by Mark Stratford
First published in 1886, The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde is a mystery tale about the inexorable conflict between good and evil.
In this faithful adaptation Stevenson’s gripping narrative is brought vividly to life through a combination of powerful story-telling and masterful character creation.
Gabriel John Utterson is Henry Jekyll’s lawyer and most trusted friend. Deeply concerned by a strange clause in his friend’s will, Utterson feels compelled to investigate the sinister Edward Hyde – Jekyll’s unlikely protégé.
Convinced that Jekyll and Hyde’s relationship is founded on blackmail, Utterson embarks on a quest to learn more, but – as he does so – he finds the truth to be far worse than he could have ever imagined.
A compelling solo show based on Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic Victorian novella.
"The most effective theatrical storytelling...a truly mesmerising performance" ★★★★★ (North West End UK)
"Stratford’s stellar performance carries the play" ★★★★ (The Reviews Hub)
"A gripping piece of theatre" (British Theatre Guide)
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