“Imaginatively adapted, acted and directed...
well worth seeing on its three-month tour."
In a society obsessed with youth and beauty, Dorian Gray is given the chance to keep his looks forever. But at what cost...?
“What does it profit a man if he gains the whole world and loses his soul?”
This bold new production based on the classic novel celebrates Wilde's wonderful language and will appeal to audiences old and new. Featuring Wilde’s famous wit and a stellar cast, The Picture of Dorian Gray is a fast-paced thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seats right up until the final scenes of the play.
Cast includes Jonathan Wrather. With extensive stage credits he is most recently known to audiences for playing the controversial Pierce Harris in Emmerdale and Joe Carter in Coronation Street.
Thu 7 - 9 March Churchill Theatre, Bromley
Mon 11 - 16 March Palace Theatre, Southend
Tues 19 - 23 March Devonshire Park, Eastbourne
Tues 26 - 30 March Darlington Hippodrome
Mon 1 - 6 April New Wolsey, Ipswich
Mon 8 - 13 April Theatre by the Lake, Keswick
Mon 22 - 27 April Richmond Theatre
Mon 29 April - 4 May Capitol Theatre
Tues 7 - 11 May Malvern Theatres
Tues 14 - 18 May Crewe Lyceum
Adaptor & Director - Séan Aydon
Designer - Sarah Beaton
Lighting Designer - Matt Haskins
Sound & Music - Jon McLeod
Choreographer - Jo Meredith
Fight Director - Bethan Clark of Rc-Annie Ltd
Make up Artist - Ann Tillinghast
Rehearsal & Production photos - Craig Sugden Artwork Imagery - Matt Austin Images
Producer - Matthew Parish
Creative Producer - Katherine Senior
Producers - Tilted Wig Productions, Malvern Theatres & Churchill Theatre, Bromley Production Manager - Paul Debreczeny
Company Stage Manager - David North
Deputy Stage Manager - Sophie Duffin
Costume Supervisor - Molly Syrett
Set Build - RK Resource
PR - Rachel Shimell
“well worth seeing on its three-month tour...Imaginatively adapted, acted and directed"
Atmospheric..stylish... supernatural thriller"
“ I was really looking forward to seeing this production, and I wasn’t disappointed.”
Southend Theatre Scene
“ compelling, supernatural, eerie story and I wholeheartedly recommend that you go and see it. ”
Leigh on Sea. com
"a hypnotic portrait of beauty in decay..a strikingly atmospheric set, beautifully and cleverly lit..
and above all, flawless acting.."
photographs by CRAIG SUGDEN PHOTOGRAPHY
presented by Tilted Wig Productions, Malvern Theatres and Churchill Theatre