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Spring Bank Holiday Opening Times

Cornerstone Arts Centre will be closed on Thursday 2nd June for the bank holiday. 

We will be open on Friday 3rd between 6:30pm and 8:30pm for those attending the show on this evening.

Then we will resume normal opening hours on Saturday and closed on Sunday. 

 
Frankenstein at Cornerstone Arts Centre, Didcot

Ticket Information

Prices: £17.50, Conc £14.50, U16s £9.50

Members get 20% discount!

Recommended for age 11+

Running time: Approx 110 minutes (plus interval)

www.blackeyedtheatre.co.uk

 

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Frankenstein

Monday 28 Mar 2022 to Tuesday 29 Mar 2022

Tags: Theatre

Blackeyed Theatre, in association with South Hill Park, presents

Frankenstein

by Mary Shelley

Adapted for the stage by John Ginman

 

“Beware; for I am fearless, and therefore powerful”

Geneva. 1816. Victor Frankenstein obsesses in the pursuit of nature’s secret, the elixir of life itself. But nothing can prepare him for what he creates. So begins a gripping life or death adventure taking him to the ends of the earth and beyond.

Don't miss this thrilling adaptation of Mary Shelley’s Gothic horror masterpiece, fusing ensemble storytelling, live music, puppetry and stunning theatricality. A revival of Blackeyed Theatre’s "masterfully constructed" (The Stage) 2016 production,

Frankenstein promises a fresh, exciting take on what is widely considered to be a landmark work of romantic, gothic and science fiction literature.

Director: Eliot Giuralarocca

Composer: Ron McAllister

Dramaturg: Nick Lane

Puppets and Puppetry: Yvonne Stone

Set Design: Victoria Spearing

Costume design: Anne Thomson

Lighting design: Alan Valentine

Reviews

★★★★ “Mary Shelley would have loved it" Daily Express

“Masterfully constructed” The Stage

★★★★★ “a masterful retelling of the classic Gothic novel…unique and captivating” Broadsheet Boutique

★★★★★ “an excellent production with a fantastically talented and versatile cast” North West End

★★★★ "Guaranteed to send a chill up the spine” London City Nights