The Invisible Man


Ken Hill from H.G Wells

Published by Samuel French Ltd

4 Female

This gripping novel has been converted to a music hall romp that combines tongue in cheek humor with poignant tragedy and spectacular magic. In a performance supposedly taking place at the Empire in Bromley in 1904, the Company dramatizes the 'idious 'appenings that shook the bucolic village of Iping three years earlier with the Sinister Griffin arrived swathed in bandages and in a manner distinctly unsociable

The curious villagers search for his origin. When he takes off his bandages to reveal no hands and no head, the comic and malevolent pranks begin

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