Theatre group to perform Gothic thriller

PUBLISHED: 10:00 15 June 2019

Clevedon Light Opera Club performing Jekyll & Hyde at Clevedon Community Centre.    Picture: MARK ATHERTON

Clevedon Light Opera Club performing Jekyll & Hyde at Clevedon Community Centre. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

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A thrilling tale of two personalities will be told by an amateur dramatic group.

Clevedon Light Opera Club performing Jekyll & Hyde at Clevedon Community Centre.    Picture: MARK ATHERTONClevedon Light Opera Club performing Jekyll & Hyde at Clevedon Community Centre. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

The Clevedon Light Opera Group will perform Jekyll & Hyde, a Gothic thriller set in the late 19th century.

The struggle between good and evil is brought to life with a score by Frank Wildhorn based on the book by Leslie Bricusse.

It follows Dr Henry Jekyll, a scientist working on splitting good and evil in mankind so to destroy all bad which happens in the world.

However when Dr Jekyll's proposal for use of a human subject is rejected, he takes his experiment into his own hands and performs turns his plans on himself.

Clevedon Light Opera Club performing Jekyll & Hyde at Clevedon Community Centre.    Picture: MARK ATHERTONClevedon Light Opera Club performing Jekyll & Hyde at Clevedon Community Centre. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

He accidently creates an alter ego of pure evil known as Edward Hyde and must race to find a cure.

Jekyll & Hyde will be performed at The Princes Hall, in Princes Road, at 7.30pm from July 17-20.

The show is not suitable for under-12s.

Tickets, priced £11-12, are available at www.clevedonlightoperaclub.co.uk or on 07971 553911.


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