A new story inspired by the classic novel by Mary Shelley. Written and directed by Séan Aydon.1943. Whilst Europe tears itself apart, two women hide from their past at what feels like the very end of the world. And one of them has a terrifying story to tell…“I created life. You don’t believe me but it’s true. I didn’t start from scratch of course but out of portions and odd ends I made something – alive. But what I created… it wasn’t a superhuman. It was a monster.”This new thriller inspired by the classic gothic novel and complete with a stunning original score explores the very fabric of what makes us human and the ultimate cost of chasing “perfection”.Frankenstein is an electrifying reimagining of the world’s favourite horror story that will set minds and spines tingling.
Running time: 120 minutes, including intervalAge guidance 12+BSL interpreted on Wed 27 Sept, 7.30pmAudio described on Sat 30 Sept, 2.30pm
From Exeter St Davids Station, take the 1km walk up the hill to the University Campus The H Bus links St David’s Station with the University Campus (see left)
View Restaurant is open daily from 10am. Lunch: Mon - Fri 12 noon - 2.30pm (non matinee days), Pre-Show Dining: Commences 2½ hours before curtain up
Exeter Northcott Theatre is Exeter’s flagship professional theatre. We are passionate about live performance and delight in presenting a varied programme of the highest quality drama, opera, music, dance, comedy and family theatre.
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