Frankenstein
  • Brighton

Slowly, painfully, out of the fusion of rabid light and impenetrable darkness, Angel emerges, alien and alienated.

Mary Shelleys Frankenstein is radically reimagined in a freeform modern interpretation to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the novels publication. The new play embraces the themes of the human ideal of perfection, psychosexual identity and the politics of gender and transgenderism.

Witness the civilian response to the untamed violence of Angel, the disaffected outlander, whose elemental presence is like a force of nature.

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