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The Picture of Dorian Gray

A Horsham District Year of Culture Event

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Tilted Wig Productions, Malvern Theatres and Churchill Theatre presents 
OSCAR WILDE'S
THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY

In a society obsessed with youth and beauty, Dorian Gray is given the chance to keep his looks forever. But at what cost...?

“What does it profit a man if he gains the whole world and loses his soul?”

This bold new production based on the classic novel celebrates Wilde's wonderful language and will appeal to audiences old and new. Featuring Wilde’s famous wit and a stellar cast, The Picture of Dorian Gray is a fast-paced thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seats right up until the final scenes of the play.

The Picture of Dorian Gray is brought vividly to the stage in 2019 by Tilted Wig Productions.

Jonathan Wrather will take on the role of Lord Henry Wotton. With extensive stage credits he is most recently known to audiences for playing the controversial Pierce Harris in Emmerdale and Joe Carter in Coronation Street. (image below)

Praise for previous Tilted Wig productions:
"Pretty much perfect version..I loved the production...terrific...bravo" Libby Purves on Great Expectations
“A pacey and coherent display of nimble ensemble acting from an endlessly inventive cast” Olivier Award winning actor Julian Glover

Tilted Wig Productions: Twitter / Facebook / Website 

Co Producers:
Malvern Theatres
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The Churchill Theatre Bromley: Twitter / Facebook / Website


For Schools or Group Bookings please contact our Box Office (01403 750220) for special rates and availability. 


As part of the Horsham District Year of Culture, The Capitol will be hosting a small number of one-off events. These may be larger shows than we might usually accommodate, or simply special things that we think have a particularly interesting cultural appeal. Watch out for the Year of Culture logo throughout the year on our website. To find out more about the Year of Culture click here.

Tickets & Prices

  • Mon 29 Apr 7:30 PM £21.50 - £22.50 Capitol Theatre
  • Tue 30 Apr 7:30 PM £26.50 - £27.50 Capitol Theatre
  • Wed 1 May 2:30 PM £21.50 - £22.50 Capitol Theatre
  • Wed 1 May 7:30 PM £26.50 - £27.50 Capitol Theatre
  • Thu 2 May 7:30 PM £26.50 - £27.50 Capitol Theatre
  • Fri 3 May 7:30 PM £28.50 - £29.50 Capitol Theatre
  • Sat 4 May 2:30 PM £21.50 - £22.50 Capitol Theatre
  • Sat 4 May 7:30 PM £28.50 - £29.50 Capitol Theatre
PERFORMANCES:
Mon 29 Apr, Tue 30 Apr, Wed 1 May, Thu 2 May, Fri 3 May, Sat 4 May
PRICES:
£21.50 - £22.50, £26.50 - £27.50, £28.50 - £29.50


  • Atmospheric...stylish...supernatural thriller
    London Theatre


  • Imaginatively adpated, acted and directed
    London Theatre


  • I was really looking forward to seeing this production, and I wasn't disappointed!
    Southend Theatre Scene


  • a piece of haunting, horror-tinged, highly contemporary theatre
    Leigh-On-Sea.com


  • Sean Aydon has skillfully adapted Wilde's novel... and the seven strong cast produce a slick show with Gavin Fowler in the titular role proving a suitably nasty piece of work
    Sardines