15 October - 5 November 2022

Written by Robert Louis Stevenson
Adapted by Caroline Devlin
Directed by Marieke Audsley

1886 A malevolent creature prowls the fog-shrouded streets of Victorian London. Only two men know its true identity; one of them is dead, the other is in a race against time to understand the terrible events he’s witnessed and to stay alive...

Booking opens August 2022


“He put the glass to his lips and drank at one gulp… his face became suddenly black and the features seemed to melt and alter.”

The original psychological thriller, Robert Louis Stevenson’s ‘shilling shocker’ has fascinated readers and audiences for 130 years.

Stevenson’s gripping novella explores the respectable Dr Jekyll’s association with a mysterious and violent young man called Edward Hyde. Through the eyes of Jekyll’s friend Utterson, we learn of the diabolical experiment Jekyll has carried out, and are brought, literally, face to face with humanity’s basest capacity for evil.

Now GSC invite you to experience The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde in a captivating new stage adaptation, which places a single actor centre stage.

Matt Pinches, GSC Co-Producer: “Reading Caroline’s script we were on the edge of our seats with tension! The conception of it as a one-person show bestows an additional layer to the split personality at the heart of the story and brings it electrifyingly to life.


15 October - 05 November

Full details of dates, times and tickets will be released later in the summer.

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