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Nerve and Jekyll&Hyde are two original one act plays set within the same block of flats. Though distinct from one another the plays are companion pieces, designed to be seen back to back, in either order, and featuring the same cast of four actors.

Throughout September and October 2016, the plays will be touring the South East of England.



17th - 18th September 2016

The Pleasance, Islington


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30th September 2016

The Shelley Theatre, Bournemouth


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7th - 8th October 2016

The Underground Theatre, Eastbourne


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10th-11th October 2016

The Greenwich Theatre, London


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*Please note you have to book Jekyll & Hyde and Nerve separatley on the Greenwich site. Call for discount.

13th October 2016

The Fisher Theatre, Bungay


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21st October 2016

The Old Fire Station, Oxford


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Brilliant surgeon Ellie Jekyll is feeling the strain of caring for her terminally ill brother, Simon. Luckily, a newfound friendship with her neighbour, Abigail Hyde, proves to be just what the doctor ordered. However, when a young girl dies unexpectedly during surgery, Jekyll’s honourable name is tarnished, and her world begins to unravel around her.


Inspired by the Gothic novella by Robert Louis Stevenson, this fast paced drama blurs the lines between good and evil, insane imaginings and real life monsters.

Inspired by his bold, decisive approach to life, Sam edges closer to her magnetic new housemate, Danny. But after a violent dispute with their neighbour she is left struggling to locate her moral centre. Her best friend, Tess, is overwhelmed by anxiety as she approaches the twenty-fourth week of her pregnancy; and local policeman Greg is too lost trying to rekindle his relationship with his ex-wife to notice that their neighbour from Flat B is missing. 

'Mike Leigh meets the Coen Brothers'

Alan Williams, internationally renowned writer/actor

'An exciting reputation for bold, high quality new writing'

James Haddrell, The Greenwich Theatre

'Reverend are one to watch'

Melli Bond, The Park Theatre

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