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The two faces of good and evil; ARTS COMPLEX.

THEATRE-goers will be taken on a journey to the dark side at Solihull Arts Complex next week.

Solihull Operatic Society will be performing Robert Louis Stevenson's popular tale of Jekyll and Hyde from April 30 to May 5.

The group will perform the story of Dr Jekyll whose upper class world is turned upside down when his experiments with the human mind unleash his murderous alter-ego Edward Hyde.

Organisers say the audience will relish the battle between good and evil during the show which features hit songs such as This is the Moment, Facade and In His Eyes.

A spokesman for Solihull Operatic Society said: "Featuring a haunting musical score, Jekyll and Hyde is a battle between good and evil, a tragic love story set in the sinister side of Victorian London."

Tickets cost pounds 10-pounds 13 and from the box office on 0121 704 6962.

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CHILLING TALE.. Steven Pearce, Nicki Ginns, Don Thompson and Rebecca Noble rehearse Jekyll and Hyde.
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