Friday 24 March 7:15pm, £10 Bar menu
Saturday 25 March 7:15pm, £25 including supper
Sunday 26 March 3:00pm, £10 Bar menu (1:30pm)
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David Keller returns to The Farnham Pottery in Robert Louis Stevenson’s ‘Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde’
He confronts the accepted view of this being an age old story of the struggle within a man’s soul. Keller delves into the nightmare that possesses us all, what is the unquestioned truth which invades our hearts?
No doubt the responsibility for multiple personality is largely our own. Habits of thinking that we have cherished or repressed, uncontrolled impulses which we have been too lazy to direct. These and other things help explain the dilemma.
‘The cruellest lies are often told in silence The more things are forbidden, the more popular they become’
Robert Louis Stevenson