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Gothic classic Jekyll and Hyde comes to Sheppey

PUBLISHED: 13:58 10 November 2017

James Hyland will perform a one-man adaptation of Jekyll and Hyde at Sheppey Little Theatre

James Hyland will perform a one-man adaptation of Jekyll and Hyde at Sheppey Little Theatre

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A unique adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic will tell the story of the respectable Dr Jekyll and the mysterious Mr Hyde

The chilling tale of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde will be coming to Sheppey Little Theatre this month.

Based on the gothic novella by Robert Louis Stevenson, the play tells the story of the respectable scientist Dr Jekyll and his strange association with the mysterious Edward Hyde.

This unique adaptation of Stevenson’s classic tale of civilization versus savagery will be a one-man show produced and performed by award-winning actor James Hyland.

In it, Dr Jekyll delivers a final lecture on the duality of humankind, combining edge-of-your-seat thrills with stunning physical theatre.

Hyland made his acting debut in ‘The North Pole’ and has since appaeared in over 60 productions.

Presented by Brother Wolf in association with Harrogate Theatre, the Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde will be coming to Sheppey on November 18 at 7:30pm.

Recommended for ages 12+. Tickets are £10, available at www.applause.org.uk or by calling 01892 457635.

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