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Theatre

118 minutes too long: The Picture of Dorian Gray, at the Theatre Royal Haymarket, reviewed

2 March 2024

9:00 AM

2 March 2024

9:00 AM

The Picture of Dorian Gray

Theatre Royal Haymarket, until 11 May

Macbeth

Dock X, until 30 March

Sarah Snook, who appeared in Succession, takes centre stage in Kip Williams’s adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s only novel. The best thing about The Picture of Dorian Gray is the narrative premise: a young aristocrat commissions a portrait of himself and the image grows old while he retains his youthful good looks.

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