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H.G. Wells' thrilling novel comes to life in Ken Hill's West End and Broadway hit show. Combining spectacular magic illusions, a music hall romp and a tragic tale, this production has something for everyone. When the sinister Griffin arrives at the village of Iping, his face swathed in bandages, the curious villages wonder what gruesome secrets his past holds. Was it really a tragic accident that disfigured his face?, is he a dangerous criminal on the run? - even these imaginative yokels cannot guess the real horror.Performers Michael Beckley, Gerard Carey, Natalie Casey, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Maria Friedman, Christopher Godwin, Teddy Kempner, John Gordon Sinclair, Jo Stone-Fewings, Gary Wilmot.
Author Ken Hill. Book by H.G. Wells. Company Chocolate Factory Productions. Director Ian Talbot. Design Paul Farnsworth. Costume Matthew Wright. Lighting Jason Taylor. Sound Gareth Owen. Other Paul Kieve (illusions).
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