Rhum and Clay bring their comic sense of the absurd to this classic story, and together with The Watermill, lure you down a dark Victorian alley to delve into the underbelly of London and see what on earth you might discover.

While the good Doctor Jekyll goes about his quiet business healing the sick in Victorian London, the evil Mr Hyde runs around at night doing frankly disgraceful things. What is the connection between them? What is upsetting all the servants? And why does Dr Jekyll seem so anxious to protect Mr Hyde?

Created by Rhum and Clay Theatre Company and Beth Flintoff, produced by The Watermill.

An ingenious macabre play that’s filled with stunning theatrical creativity and a wonderful comic sense of the absurd. ★★★★
— British Theatre Guide
A fascinating fusion of physicality and artistic theatre…superb acting, inspired direction and a comic sense of absurdity. ★★★★
— The Stage

Cast
Christopher Harrisson
Julian Spooner
Matthew Wells

Design
Hayley Grindle

Music and Sound Design
Neil Starke

Lighting Design
Lawrence T Doyle

Photography
Phillip Tull