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Frankenstein's Monster Is Drunk

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Overview

Produced by:
Big Telly Theatre Company
Dates:
January 11 - January 28, 2023
Run Time:
1 Hour, 15 Minutes
Intermission:
No
Theater:
Showing in Theater
Tickets:
$30 (59E59 Member price: $25)

Show Info

FRANKENSTEIN'S MONSTER IS DRUNK AND THE SHEEP HAVE ALL JUMPED THE FENCES

Written and directed by Zoe Seaton 
Based on the original short story by Owen Booth

With Vicky Allen, Nicky Harley, Rhodri Lewis, Sinead Owens, and Chris Robinson

A match made in horror! The story begins in 1946, when villagers dig Frankenstein’s monster out of the glacier he’d crawled into after his Hollywood career gave up the ghost.

Fully defrosted, he meets “The One,” igniting a love story of monstrous proportions. A duet of undateables stand out and fit in to forge their own beautiful brand of domestic bliss with their 67 (Italian) blue sheep. The comedy is pitch black and horror gets a happily ever after in this wildly fresh look at the Frankenstein myth crafted by the critically acclaimed theater mavericks, Big Telly, known for their bold style of immersive and rollicking entertainment.

This play contains references to miscarriage. 

Vicky
Allen
Nicky
Harley
Rhodri
Lewis
Sinead
Owens
Chris
Robinson

Producing Company

Big Telly Theatre Company

We design professional theatre productions, site specific, immersive games and participatory community driven projects, throughout Northern Ireland and internationally. With work spanning over 30 years, the company has a reputation for innovation and accessibility. We work across sectors, using arts to deliver objectives for health, education, heritage, tourism, economic development, social development, rural development and town and city regeneration. As a company, we seek to innovate how and where culture is made and performed and how theatre can be used as a tool to regenerate and serve the community to create long term impact. Our work is multi-platform and cross sectoral, fuelled by a belief in the intrinsic value of arts practice and its potential to deliver a range of educational, economic and social outcomes. Influences in our work to date include, gaming and escape rooms, computer hacking, burner phones, AI, AR, emotional computing and binaural sound.

Read more at: www.big-telly.com


Reviews

“Magical…The stuff dreams are made on.” The Guardian


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