Following its success at The Watermill Theatre, Frankenstein will transfer to Wilton's Music Hall from Tuesday 7 to Saturday 18 March.
“If I cannot inspire love, I will cause fear!”
Frankenstein, a young scientist, brings a gruesome body to life. Cast out into a hostile world, Frankenstein’s creature searches for his true identity. But the pain of rejection and a broken promise changes everything. Vengeful, dangerous and in bloodthirsty pursuit of his maker, the creature threatens to destroy Frankenstein and the lives of everyone he loves.
Tristan Bernays’ vision of Mary Shelley’s masterpiece explores the timeless relationship between parent and child.
Reimagined by: Tristan Bernays (Offie award winning Teddy; The Bread and the Beer, Soho Theatre)
Directed by: Eleanor Rhode (Teddy, Southwark Playhouse; When We Were Women, Orange Tree Theatre; Toast, National Tour)
Movement: Tom Jackson Greaves (Kneehigh; Matthew Bourne; Romeo + Juliet, Watermill Theatre and National Tour)
7 to 18 March
Wilton's Music Hall, Graces Alley, London E1 8JB
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Directed by Eleanor Rhode
Movement by Tom Jackson Greaves
Lighting by Lawrence T Doyle
Sound by David Gregory