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Dorian Gray: March 7-10

PUBLISHED: 15:05 21 February 2012 | UPDATED: 21:04 20 February 2013

Dorian Gray: March 7-10

Dorian Gray: March 7-10

Rolling Stock Theatre Company has produced a newly devised version of Dorian Gray which will début at the Playhouse Theatre, Cheltenham, from March 7-10, 2012

Dorian Gray: March 7-10



Rolling Stock Theatre Company has produced a newly devised version of Dorian Gray which will dbut at the Playhouse Theatre from March 7-10, 2012.

Oscar Wildes classic gothic fable becomes darkly seductive in this new physical adaptation by local playwright Suzanna Segura and choreographed by Contemporary and Physical Theatre Specialist, Eloise Brookes.

This black fairytale tells the story of an exceptionally alluring young man who makes a pact with the devil. The destructive power of beauty, the blind pursuit of pleasure and the darkness and corruption that lies beneath the charming faade are all revealed.

Rolling Stock Theatre Company has produced an exciting and ambitious theatrical piece of work which incorporates a fusion of drama, physical theatre, music and multi-media projection resulting in a very physical and engaging production a must-see for all English Literature, Physical Theatre, Design and Art fans.

Tickets are now available from the Playhouse Theatre Box Office on 01242 522852. Suitable for any theatre lover over the age of 12 years.

Adults: 10
Concessions: 8
Saturday MatineeStudent Performance: 5

The Playhouse, 49-51 Bath RdCheltenham GL53 7HG, tel: 01242 522852, www.playhousecheltenham.org

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