Jekyll & Hyde
A timely new take on the chilling tale.
Harriet Jekyll's investigation into her husband's mysterious death has taken her into a dark and dangerous world. A gothic world of science, taverns and misogyny that no decent Victorian woman has dared to enter before.
It's a world that she's desperate to change but to do so, she must embrace the creature she's changing into. As she sets about her blood-thirsty mission, her actions start to bleed into the present day.
Award-winning writer Evan Placey (Girls Like That, Orange Polar Bear) combines contemporary chills and gothic horror in his re-imaging of Robert Louis Stevenson's classic story directed by Tessa Walker (The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe and The Hundred And One Dalmatians) and performed by The Young REP.
Recommended for ages 15+. Please note this production includes strong language and violence.
Director Tessa Walker
Associate Director Philip Morris
Designer Cecilia Carey
Lighting Designer Simon Bond
Sound Designer/Composer Iain Armstrong
Movement Director Sarah Worth
Associate Movement Director Lucy Wild
Fight Director Alison de Burgh
Voice Coach Barbara Houseman
Why not make a day of it?
Take the opportunity to join a Backstage Tour, discovering the secrets and history of the venue.
20 April, 11am
Find out more here.
With thanks to our Youth Theatre Partner, KPMG LLP.
Previews (18-23 April) and weekday matinee (25 April) from £10
Enjoy £5 tickets to this production with our free Preview Club membership, available on the following performances: 18, 20, 23 April
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Fees and Charges
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Approximately 2 hours and 20 minutes (including a 20 minute interval)
Please note this production includes strong language and violence.