A scientist sets out to create life but his experiment goes far beyond what anyone could have predicted. Frankenstein’s bewildered Creature, cursed with consciousness, is cast out into a hostile world by his horror-struck maker. Meeting with cruelty wherever he goes, the desperate Creature sets his sights on tracking down Frankenstein to strike a terrifying deal.
Peterborough Mask Theatre are back, live on stage at the Undercroft, Hampton. Celebrated in the city for versions of One Man, Two Guvnors and The Lady in the Van (Key Theatre) and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Bishop’s Palace Gardens), Mask Theatre return to the stage in Autumn 2021 with Nick Dear’s astonishing play Frankenstein, originally performed at the National Theatre.
Step into Frankenstein’s laboratory, be transported to the howling highlands of Scotland, and experience the Creature’s first breath, from the 10th-20th November in a transformed space at The Undercroft, Serpentine Green, Hampton.
Audience reviews from previous shows:
“The acting was beyond par, all involved were glorious”
“1st rate acting and staging, highly recommended for a great evening’s entertainment”