An evocative tale, depicting the epic struggle between good and evil, Jekyll & Hyde has mesmerized audiences since 1997, achieving something of a cult status worldwide.
Driven to find a cure for his father's mental illness, Dr Henry Jekyll unwittingly unleashes his own dark side, wreaking havoc in the streets of Victorian London as the savage Edward Hyde.
Unaware of his dark secret, two women, Emma and Lucy, are in love with the same man - Jekyll, passionate and romantic and Hyde, a terrifying madman!
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Sunday 19 November
The lead characters were amazing. How Jekyll flipped to Hyde's character was fantastic. Lucy's voice was beautiful. The music was lovely. It was just a shame we were looking forward to great seats at the centre, front but found ourselves sat at the edge of the band pit behind a conductor on a raised seat, which totally blocked most of centre stage. Thank goodness the characters did some performance work at the sides or I wouldn't have seen them. It would be advisable in future not to place and sell seats in that area.