- From: 09/02/2024
- To: 17/02/2024
- Starting at: 07:45 PM
- Ending at: 07:45 PM
- Starting at: 02:30 PM
- Ending at: 02:30 PM
- Main Auditorium
- North Street, Bromley, BR1 1SB
Suitable for ages 12+, sexual references, violence, drug abuse
The Picture of Dorian Gray
By Oscar Wilde. Adapted for the stage by Merlin Holland and John O’Connor
Directed by Jane Lobb
An amateur production by arrangement with Concord Theatricals Ltd
‘There’s something fatal about a portrait. It has a life of its own.’
Enter the seductive and decadent world of Victorian London where beauty masks malevolence and morality is put to the ultimate test. Oscar Wilde’s classic melodrama brings to life the story of a young man who trades his soul for eternal youth and beauty. In an age where society’s obsession with appearances has never been more relevant, this riveting adaptation dives deep into the shadows to discover the price of vanity.
Set against the lush backdrop of Victorian London, this narrative seamlessly marries the era’s opulence with its emerging understanding of the human psyche. Wilde offers a chilling study in sociopathy and the perilous descent of a man untethered by conscience.
Encounter a tantalizing dance between morality and corruption and be drawn into the shadowy depths of one man’s soul. This isn’t merely a play; it’s a haunting psychological journey that remains as relevant today as ever. Prepare to be captivated.