Mary Shelley's Frankenstein York Play

Open Air Play From The Flanagan Collective

From 3rd – 26th November, meet at York Theatre Royal at 8pm before going on a journey around the city.

From the people who brought us the wonderful Great Gatsby!

1818 and the 19-year-old Mary Shelley writes the most seminal horror and science-fiction novel of all time.

A tale of science, godless creation, eduction and death bourn from a nightmare on the edge of Lake Geneva.

The Flanagan Collective weave the horror of Frankenstein and the fascinating life of Mary Shelley in to an unpredictable promenade adventure. A tale of life and death, Mary Shelley’s creation plagues her life long after its inception. The daughter of a fierce feminist and born in to a life of huge socio-political change, Shelley grew up amongst romantic poets, philosophers and artists.

A weave of horror, love and tragedy, The Flanagan Collective’s production of Frankenstein is not for the feint-hearted.

Tickets available from York Theatre Royal.

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