Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde

  • Main Auditorium
  • Fri 9 Feb - Sat 17 Feb
  • Adapted by David Edgar | Directed by Kate Saxon | Starring Phil Daniels
    A Rose Theatre Kingston and Touring Consortium Theatre Company co-production

Catherine Jayes

Musical Director

Credits include: The Color Purple (Bernard Jacobs, Broadway and US tour 2017/18 – winner of The Tony Award for Best Revival of a Musical 2016 and The Grammy Award for Best Musical Theatre Album 2017); Merrily We Roll Along (Menier Chocolate Factory and Harold Pinter Theatre - winner of the Evening Standard Award for Best Musical Production 2013); She Loves Me, The Color Purple, Road Show and Torch Song Trilogy (Menier Chocolate Factory); Oklahoma! (Chichester Festival Theatre); Gypsy, High Society and Fiddler on the Roof (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Guys and Dolls, and Sweet Charity (Sheffield Crucible - TMA Best Musical Production) and many productions at the Open Air Theatre including: The Pirates of Penzance, Kiss Me Kate, High Society, The Boys From Syracuse (Olivier Award for Best Musical Production) and The Boy Friend. 

As MD/arranger for actor/musicians: Crazy For You (UK Tour 2017/18); The History Boys (2014/15 tour); Calamity Jane (Watermill and UK Tour); Animal Farm (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Merrily We Roll Along, Irma la Douce and Carmen (Watermill, Newbury); Amadeus (Wilton’s Music Hall); and Candide (Liverpool Everyman) 

As composerA Christmas Carol (RSC 2017/2018); An Ideal Husband (Chichester Festival Theatre); Jefferson’s Garden (Watford Palace Theatre), Far From The Madding Crowd (Watermill, Newbury); Sleeping Beauty, Notes to Future Self, The Cherry Orchard, His Dark Materials, Hapgood and Uncle Vanya (Birmingham Rep); The Mandate (National Theatre, Cottesloe); The Changeling, Macbeth, Cymbeline and The Duchess of Malfi (Cheek by Jowl); The Letter (Wyndham’s Theatre); Arcadia (Bristol Old Vic); Great Expectations (RSC) and A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Comedy of Errors, The Merry Wives of Windsor and many more productions at the Open Air Theatre. 

Films include: StokerCharlie and the Chocolate Factory and De-Lovely