"Fagin may very well disgust us, but he is,
ultimately, a complex and multi-faceted
member of the human race. This is the
genius of Dickens"
After a hugely successful tour with 'A Christmas Carol- As told by Jacob Marley (deceased), James Hyland is back at the MET studio with his brand new show 'Fagin's Last Hour'.
Charles Dickens’ classic tale of crime and punishment is stunningly re-imagined in this powerful new stage adaptation. Told from the point of view of Fagin the Miser, one hour before his execution, this unique one-man show offers a fresh insight into literature’s most controversial villain. The show is already receiving rave reviews so we had a chat with James Hyland to discuss the complex nature of Fagin's character and to catch up on James' incredible year.