The Tragedy of Dorian Gray - The Film
  • Brighton Fringe

Its 1965, the world has changed & London is swinging. In a studio in Chelsea, a young man is about to have his portrait painted. From there, Dorians story of fame, vanity, lust & corruption takes us on a twisted odyssey through heartbreak, betrayal & a touch of bloody murder.After their sold out shows at Brighton Fringe 2019, Blue Devil presents this visually striking, online version of their compelling & darkly humorous reimagining of Oscar Wildes classic tale.Reviews: 'dark, rich & multi layered " definitely one to savour.' Kiefer Williams, North West End 'Maximus Polling as Dorian is excellent.' Louise Penn, Lou Reviews 'breathe(s) a new life and dimension into the dangerously charismatic Gray.' Elaine Chapman, Theatre & Art Reviews'I am used to a high standard from Blue Devil & this is no exception.' Chris Nevill-Smith, Chris on TheatreOffFest Award Nominated

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