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An interactive and immersive production of Oscar Wilde's The Picture of Dorian Gray, adapted by The Alchemic Order and directed by Samuel Orange, will return for a Gothic Christmas, from 2 to 20 December 2014.
This theatrical experience takes place in various rooms within 'Dorian Gray's Townhouse' - a secret venue only a couple of minutes walk from Greenwich Rail and DLR stations. The exact address will be revealed to each patron upon booking.
The production, which recently had a run from 27 August to 1 November 2014, will again feature Tommy Fitzer as 'Dorian Gray'.
"Welcome to Dorian Gray's Gothic Christmas. Mr. Gray is opening his beautiful home to the good people of London to enjoy a traditional Victorian Christmas. With gifts under the tree, candle-lit carols over homemade mulled wine and of course, what completes every household at this time of year: terror, intrigue and hedonistic decadence. The Alchemic Order present a new adaptation of Oscar Wilde's classic gothic fable and invite you to join the inner circle of Wilde's most infamous characters. The piece takes place in Mr. Gray's private townhouse, decked in glorious Christmas Victoriana in The Royal Borough of Greenwich. Guests will be immersed in a theatrical evening of art, intrigue and festive pleasures. "