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Dorian Gray archiveThe chilling Gothic tale of Dorian Gray, who remains physically unchanged when he discovers the power of his own exceptional beauty and his downfall within the glamorous world of self-luxury and corrupt lifestyle. But hidden away in his attic, his portrait tells a different story...

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Book by: Oscar Wilde

Archive listings for Dorian Gray

Work type: Play.

T1154432299

Company Robot Theatre.
20 Apr 16 to 23 Apr 16Old Joint Stock Theatre, Birmingham :: V0812942011
listing details L01165883886

T0809822529

Adapted by Linnie Reedman with music and lyrics by Joe Evans, this adaptation - Dorian Gray recreates the dark, murky underbelly of late Nineteenth Century London - The tawdry theatres, burlesque bars, cabaret clubs and opium dens into which the eponymous anti-hero descends, far far away from the opera houses, the salons and the gentlemen's clubs that he likes to be seen in.Company Ruty in the Dust. Adapted by Linnie Reedman. Music Joe Evans. Lyrics Joe Evans. Performer Jack Fox. Performer Daisy Bevan.
16 Apr 14 to 10 May 14Riverside Studios, Outer London :: V331
listing details L234993270

T409602874

In a mixed-media, physical, and multi-sensorial retelling of Oscar Wilde's controversial only novel, Anglepoise Theatre presents a Dorian Gray completely removed from the stylings of the nineteenth century theatre, guiding audiences through the conflictive and seedy world of duality, excess and hedonism. Running time: 1hrProducer Liane Escorza. Company Anglepoise Theatre. Director Josh Ward.
7 Oct 13 to 26 Oct 13The Bussey Building AKA The CLF Art Cafe, Outer London :: V0401405791
listing details L02125591363

T1888676075

Rolling Stock bring Wilde's classic story to life in this new adaptation with a vibrant mix of physicality and classical storytelling. In a world obsessed by beauty and celebrity glam, this is a timeless piece that will enthral all genres of audience from the classical to the post-modern. Contains mild adult themes that may not be suitable for those under 12.Company Rolling Stock Theatre Company. Adapted by Suzanna Segura.
7 Mar 12 to 10 Mar 12Playhouse Theatre, Cheltenham :: V92
listing details L75893508

T7875214

Victorian London. Away from the opera houses, the salons and the gentlemen's clubs; there lies a darker, murkier underbelly: tawdry theatres, burlesque bars, cabaret clubs and opium dens. Dorian Gray descends into the depths of this secret underworld on his quest to seek the "ultimate sensation". But at what cost? Ruby in the Dust present Oscar Wilde's only novel in a brave new theatrical format of glamour, music, decadence and drama.Producer Frazer Brown. Company Ruby in the Dust. Adapted by Linnie Reedman. Director Linnie Reedman. Music Joe Evans. Lighting Jack Knowles. Choreographer Vincent Manna. Director Becka McFadden (assistant). Design William J Davis. Performer Matthew James Thomas (Dorian Gray). Performer Ilan Goodman (Basil Hallwell). Performer Allie Crocker. Performer James Lloyd Pegg. Performer Vincent Manna.
23 Jun 09 to 2 Aug 09Leicester Square Theatre, Inner London :: V0148424484
listing details L1605418299

T1279357178

Victorian London. Away from the opera houses, the salons and the gentlemen's clubs; there lies a darker, murkier underbelly: tawdry theatres, burlesque bars, cabaret clubs and opium dens. Dorian Gray descends into the depths of this secret underworld on his quest to seek the "ultimate sensation". But at what cost? Ruby in the Dust present Oscar Wilde's only novel in a brave new theatrical format of glamour, music, decadence and drama.Company Ruby in the Dust. Adapted by Linnie Reedman. Director Linnie Reedman. Music Joe Evans. Lighting Jack Knowles. Choreographer Vincent Manna. Director Becka McFadden (assistant). Performer Robert Donnelly (Basil Halward). Performer Joanna Hickman (Sibyl Vane). Performer Mostyn James (Dorian Gray). Performer James Lloyd Pegg (James Vane/Mr Isaacs). Performer vincent Manna (Lord Henry). Performer Emma Vane (Lady Henry).
9 Jan 09 to 1 Feb 09Leicester Square Theatre, Inner London :: V0148424484
listing details L01576902275

T0836464115

The portrait which Basil Hallward painted of Dorian Gray revealed the face of an Adonis, and when he saw the finished picture of himself, the beautiful young man exclaimed: "Why should it keep what I must lose? Oh if only the picture could change, and I could be always what I am now." His perverse desire was strangely fulfilled. Abandoning himself to every sin which his profligate mind could devise he brought misery and disgrace on all who accepted his companionship, but Dorian Gray remained serenely beautiful. It was on the portrait locked away in his attic that the marks and degeneration mysteriously appeared for the painting slowly transformed into the likeness of a satyr.Author Trevor Baxter. Director Robin Phillips. Design Paul Farnsworth. Lighting Nick Richings. Performer Alan Bates. Performer Margaret Tyzack. Performer Rupert Frazer. Performer Benedick Bates. Performer David McAlister. Performer Joe Searby. Performer Sarah Walton.
31 Jul 01 to 11 Aug 01Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford :: V702
listing details L212795007
1 May 01 to 19 May 01Theatre Royal, Windsor :: V742
listing details L01551754105

Other listings

1 May 14 to 3 May 14Unity Theatre, Liverpool :: V539
listing details L862247579
17 Jul 01 to 28 Jul 01Theatre Royal, Windsor :: V742
listing details L0920575969

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