Meet the Cast
Updated: Jan 27
Want to know a little more about the character in Jekyll and Hyde? Well look no further, let us introduce you to our fabulously talented cast and who they portray!
Henry Jekyll / Edward Hyde
Jekyll is a doctor obsessed with discovering the true nature behind the good and evil in man and Emma's fiancée. After he uses an experimental formula on himself, his evil side - Edward Hyde - takes control. As Hyde, he is brutally violent, commanding, and a carnal deviant attracted to Lucy.
The daughter of Sir Danvers Carew and Jekyll's beloved fiancée who is refined and desired by all of the socialite men. Emma is a beautiful and charming, who is not afraid to defend herself and stand up for what she believes in.
The gorgeous 'main attraction' at a local gentleman's club The Red Rat.
At the bottom of her luck, Lucy befriends Jekyll but soon she becomes the object of Hyde's obsession. Lucy is feisty and wild, but also cautious and vulnerable.
John G Utterson
Serves as Jekyll's lawyer and helpful friend. He advises the troubled doctor on personal and professional affairs
Sir Danvers Carew
Emma's loving father and Chairman of the Board of Governors at St. Jude's Hospital. A charming and gentle man.
The secretary of the Board of Governors and Jekyll's rival for Emma's affections. He is a strong willed character, who lets his feelings out weigh his principals
Bishop Of Basingstoke
A hypocritical, sadistic man of the cloth, who easily gives in to temptations. He is member of the Board of Governors, and not afraid to command his authority as a man of god.
A well dressed ‘man about town’ and member of the Board of Governors. Lord savage is a dandy who considers his position on the board an irritation and spends most of his time drinking and revelling with his fellow Governors and making spiteful remarks with his confidant Lady Beaconsfield.
General Lord Glossop
Typical military man. He is pompous and pretentious, exacting and probably was a paper pusher rather than has actually seen any front line fighting in his time. Overbearing bully who is full of his own self- importance.
The Baroness is deemed by status to be amongst the elite of society and is quick to quash anything that may reflect badly against her reputation; She has a quick, yet methodical business like manner – a member of the Board of Governors.
A mature Lady who still see's herself as youthful. She takes great care in her appearance, fashionable and flirts with the men around her. She is outspoken to the point of rudeness. She has a great regard for her own self importance.
Jekyll’s butler. Faithful to his employer, Poole is the epitome of discretion. He would, without question, do anything asked of him of his master.
Nasty, sleazy and loathsome. As the proprietor/pimp of the Red Rat, the Spider uses and abuses the girls who work there as well as hustling the customers of the pub. Spider frequents the Red Rat but can be seen ‘lurking’ in the top end of town too. He is given to brutality and will make a point with his fists rather than words
Works at the Red Rat as a baiter, there to entice the so called gentlemen into the establishment, to drink, gamble or even buy a girl for the night.
She is hard and feisty but loyal and true to the girls at the red rat.
The Girls of The Red Rat
Standing from left to right:
Hayley King, Leanne Cooney, Alicia Allen, Alexandra Ashall, Suzanne Morris and Kayleigh Ginley.
Crouched left to right:
Sarah Fletcher, Phoebe Hill and Heather Gomersall.
Alice McKillop (Not pictured)
Matt Casson, Colin Dryden, Stephen Henshaw, Bob Cleverly and Dan McWaters
Audrey Russell, Gill Culshaw, Leanne Cooney, Sally Lane and Yasmin Cranny
(Other Ensemble members not pictured: Carol Kennedy, Ed McKillop, Phil Hutchinson)