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Jekyll

(ˈdʒɛkəl)
n
(Biography) Gertrude. 1843–1932, British landscape gardener: noted for her simplicity of design and use of indigenous plants
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THE Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde will keep you fastened to your seat at Loughborough Town Hall on Tuesday, March 13, at 7.
Published in 1886, The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde has established itself as an enduring tale and now Blackeyed Theatre, in association with South Hill Park, present the theatre adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's dark psychological fantasy thriller.
uk Jekyll and Hyde, touring (February 9 - May 19) Phil Daniels is Dr Jekyll and his murderous alter ego Mr Hyde in this touring production of Robert Louis Stevenson's classic Gothic chiller set in Victorian London.
Who wrote The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde?
n Phil Daniels will lead the company in the titular role of Robert Louis Stevenson's Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde at the King's Theatre, Edinburgh, in April 2018.
1850: Robert Louis Stevenson, author of Treasure Island and Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde, was born in Edinburgh.
So it's the perfect time to find out the inspiration behind the sequel to one of his best-known classics, the Strange Case of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde.
Daniels, above, will be touring the country next year in a new production of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde based on Robert Louis Stevenson's famous novel.
QUADROPHENIA actor Phil Daniels, above, will be touring the country next year in a new production of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde based on Robert Louis Stevenson's famous novel.
Universal, which is still working exploiting the concept of "monster" properties, has made several attempts, most notably with 2004's Van Helsing, which introduced Dracula, Frankenstein's monster, Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde and a werewolf character.
Trapped in a corporate world, Dr Jekyll struggles to keep hold of his own identity as he revels in the freedom and chaos of his hideous alter ego.
Desmond Browne QC, representing PC Toby Rowland, said: "They have seen Mr Hyde and not Dr Jekyll.