The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde is a thrilling new hybrid version of Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic story. Presented by the National Theatre of Scotland and Selkie Productions in association with Screen Scotland and Sky Arts, this unique new retelling uses innovative theatrical and cinematic techniques to create a live filmic and theatrical experience.
The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde is co-written by BAA Creatives’ Vlad Butucea, and features BAA’s Alison Peebles, Scott Miller, and Patrick Wallace. Audiences will enter a live filmset built within the atmospheric setting of Edinburgh’s Leith Theatre, and witness the simultaneous creation and screening in this one-off experience.
Following the final performance on 27 February 2022. The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde will be livestreamed to selected Scottish cinemas. The show will then be screened ‘as live’ during the week of 28 February in UK cinemas. This will be the first livestream film, created and set in Scotland, to be seen by audiences in Scottish cinemas.
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