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Fagin's last hour

Presented by Brother Wolf

Based on the novel 'Oliver Twist' by Charles Dickens

Adapted and performed by James Hyland

Directed by Phil Lowe

Music by Chris Warner

'Oliver Twist', Charles Dickens' dark tale of crime and punishment, is stunningly re-imagined in this award-winning stage adaptation, recognised by The Queen for its part in Dickensian scholarship. Told from the point of view of Fagin the Miser, one hour before his execution, this unique and powerful one-man show offers a fresh insight into literature's most controversial villain.


Praise for 'Fagin’s Last Hour':


"compelling throughout... see his performance. You won’t forget it" (Plays To See) ★★★★★

"incredibly powerful... a masterclass in character acting... this show is a must-see." (British Theatre Guide)

"breathtaking... powerful, thought provoking and faultless" (Redditch Standard)

"powerful and highly accomplished... will stay with me for a long time" (The Stage)

"amazing... truly astonishing... unforgettable theatre at its best" (The Leamington Spa Courier)

"Hyland is a brilliant storyteller... each characterisation was simply perfect" (Centre Stage)

"Hyland gives an incredible performance... Spellbinding." (Biggin Hill News)

"Just brilliant. Intense, moving, thought-provoking and memorable." (Hereford Times)

"Chilling and extraordinary... The audience didn't make a sound" (BBC Radio Essex)

"a very impressive performance... hugely engaging" (Remotegoat)

"a gripping adaptation... highly engaging... very powerful" (The Reliant)

"Hyland is an exquisitely skilful storyteller." (Behind the Footlights)

"a powerhouse performance... incredible to see" (Theatrical Eastbourne)

"masterful, a real achievement... Awesome!" (Penistone FM)

"a powerful one-man show... I would recommend this piece to anyone" (The Live Review)

"Hyland treats us to a tour-de-force... Recommended" (The Reviews Hub)

"a great talent... top quality acting... a memorable show from a skilful storyteller." (Llanelli Star)

"provocative and complex... one of the most haunting moments of theatre I have experienced" (Focus)

"Hyland's characterisation is absolutely flawless... The audience sat stunned into silence" (Ross Gazette)

"powerfully portrayed... Hyland succeeds in presenting Fagin as a complex human being" (The Dickensian)


TRAILER: http://youtu.be/4P51stoOchg

WEBSITE: www.brotherwolf.org.uk

FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/BrotherWolfProductions

TWITTER: https://twitter.com/BrotherWolfUK


RUNNING TIME: 60 minutes without an interval



ticket information

Performance times: December 19th, 21st and 22nd

Times: 7.30pm

Tickets prices : £14/£12 concessions


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