An electrifying new production of Mary Shelley’s gothic tale
7th March to18th March .7:30pm plus selected 1:30pm, 2:30pm, 6:30pm & 9pm shows.
Tickets £10 - £20 £10 student tickets available with 1 free teacher ticket per 10 students - email email@example.com to book
"Perhaps the most honest, understated and utterly captivating version of Frankenstein to have ever graced the stage…Subtle, simple and emotionally charged" ★★★★★ West End Wilma
"an incredible theatrical journey" ★★★★★ London Theatre 1
"a must for anyone looking for a different take on an old classic" ★★★★ Theatre Weekly "Wilton’s Music Hall is in many ways the perfect setting for Frankenstein…a reminder that Frankenstein is at heart a story about the need for comfort." Exeunt
“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
between parent and child. Reimagined by:
Tristan Bernays (Offie award winning Teddy
the Musical; 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
and Juliet, Watermill Theatre and National Tour)
A transfer from the award winning, internationally renowned Watermill Theatre.
They like it
a show and performance that is riveting, raw and amazing…In the perfect venue that is Wilton’s Music Hall
The Gay UK
Explosive…fast-paced and intimate
A Younger Theatre
Wonderful lighting design (Lawrence T Doyle) in a splendid location combined with a delightfully energetic cast, makes this one to watch
Spy In The Stalls
School groups can get £10 student tickets with one free ticket per ten booked for teachers. To book, call the box office on 020 7702 2789.