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The Corruption of Dorian Gray

The Corruption of Dorian GrayT01116421254
Dorian Gray is an innocent soul who arrives fresh on the London social scene and is quickly taken under the wing of Lord Henry Wotton. Wotton takes advantage of the handsome young man's naivet? and leads Dorian along a dark path to explore the pleasures of London's seedier side where nothing is off limits and exploring deviance is encouraged. Unable to resist and slipping deeper into a world of sex, sin and criminality, Dorian's deeds grow ever more evil in an attempt to hide a secret that keeps him forever young while those around him wither with age. Is it too late for his redemption, his humanity and his soul?
Book by Oscar Wilde
Adapted by Adam Dechanel

Archive :: production:T01116421254, play:S01966797315, venue:V219

Production details

Running time: 2hrs with a 15min interval.


VenueThe Lion and Unicorn Theatre
Other spaces: Giant Olive Theatre
TownInner London
CountyGreater London
From10th June 2014
Opened12th June 2014
To5th July 2014
WhenTue-Sat 19:30. Sat Mat 15:00
PricesFrom £19.00. To £19.00.
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Presented byThe Lion and Unicorn Theatre
Producer Evcol Entertainment
Producer Clockwork Digital Studios Productions
Producer Simon James Collier
Director Simon James Collier
Design Cory Roberts
Costume Cory Roberts
Lighting Ciaran Cunningham
Sound James Corner
Producer Emily Bush (assistant)
Choreographer Omar F Okai
Performer Michael Batten (Dorian Gray)
Performer Mitch Howell (Lord Fermor / Alan Campbell / Lord Douglas)
Performer Jack Badley (James Vane / Mr Thornton)
Performer Elizabeth Bryant (Sybil Vane / Jane Wotton)
Performer Will Harrison-Wallace (Lord Henry Wotton)
Performer Jenny Wills (Lady Victoria Wotton / Olivia Custance)
Performer Michael Eriera (Victor)
Performer Loz KeyStone (Basil Hallward)
Performer Lesley Lightfoot (Aunt Agatha)
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