The 31st October is the first night of The Blue Orange Theatre’s production of Jekyll and Hyde. Based on the classic tale by Robert Louis Stevenson the play’s adapter, Eric Gracey, has set it in the Jazz age of the 1930s and includes a mix of popular tunes of the day which in turn comment on the action.
Actor, Oliver Hume who plays Jekyll, has given Jekyll’s alter-ego a human side struggling to come to terms with the violence within the character. Whilst Jekyll’s friends and acquaintances try to understand the doctor’s mood swings. The production has several moments of genuine suspense – guaranteed to thrill.
So, if you are not too frightened to go out after dark, why not book a ticket at the Blue Orange for this new production and join Jekyll’s friend Utterson in finding out hte truth about a certain Mr Edward Hyde
Jekyll and Hyde runs from Thursday 31st October to Saturday 9th November at Blue Orange theatre. For more information or to book tickets please visit the website www.blueorangetheatre.co.uk