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Dr Jekyll is a respected physician and chemist. But his close friend and colleague, Gabriel Utterson and Dr Hastie Lanyon, are beginning to question the direction of his scientific research and his close association with Mr Hyde. Secretly, Dr Jekyll has discovered a chemical that can unleash his dark side in the guise of the sinister Hyde. Now able to transform himself at will, he roams the streets of London as his monstrous alter-ego, spreading fear and evil across the city. Dr Jekyll, the master of his own fate, soon discovers his double life comes at a hideous price.
The Champagne Musical includes songs such as "Let's Do It", "Who Wants to be a Millionaire", "In the Still of the Night" etc. The show is set in the fashionable High Society world of Philadelphia, Tracy Samantha Lord is engaged to be married to the dependable George Kitteredge. However her wedding plans are disrupted by the arrival of her ex-husband C K Dexter Haven and two reporters from the tabloid press, who are keen to publish scandalous stories about Tracy's father and his affair with an 'exotic dancer' ! The wedding does eventually go ahead - but who does Tracy marry?!
A deeply unsettling play about the abduction of a girl in 1890 and her reappearance twenty-five years later. When Barrie came to write Mary Rose in the aftermath of WW1, his own awareness of a tragic tension between time and timelessness had become a nation's. The play examines a central nerve at the time of children not returning or missing presumed dead and touches on many of Barrie's obsessions; the loss of innocence, eternal youth and the tricks of time. Described as a play about the happy anguish of peace, this is a spiritual, deeply disturbing piece. The Great War is over. A soldier returns to his childhood home. It is derelict. As he sits in silence, Time dissolves and 'the crafty work begins'. Mary Rose has been described as a much darker companion to Peter Pan. Peter it will be remembered, would not grow up. Mary Rose cannot.
The story of how Glasgow Celtic became the first British team to win the European Cup with a victory over the mighty Inter Milan. Two fans look back over the victory playing everything from an angry Swiss football squad to the entire population of Lisbon.
People spoil things; there are so many of them and the last thing one wants is them traipsing through one's house. But with the park a jungle and a bath on the billiard table, what is one to do? Dorothy wonders if an attic sale could be a solution.