Jekyll and Hyde in Northumberland and Durham

Published: 22 July 2021
Reporter: Peter Lathan

Lewis Matthews, Philip Harrison, Sean Kenney
The Strange Case of Jekyll and Hyde

Northumberland Theatre Company (NTC) is taking its production of The Strange Case of Jekyll and Hyde, its first since COVID restrictions were lifted, to its home theatre in Amble, The Dovecot Centre, before going on to the Durham Fringe Festival.

Adapted by Stewart Howson and Louis Roberts, the new production features North East actors Philip Harrison, Lewis Matthews and Sean Kenney, and marks the directing debut of trainee director Hannah Maddison Huttly.

The play previews in Amble on Tuesday 27 July at 19:30 (tickets are 'pay what you want') before moving to the Assembly Rooms Theatre in North Bailey in Durham where it plays from 28 July to 1 August at 22:45. Tickets are £8.

The running time is 45 minutes.

Tickets for the Durham Fringe performances can be booked on the Durham Fringe web site.