18 May 2016 at 10.47pm | 102 Comments
Such an incredible performance!!! Slightly nervous to go out into the dark! #ROHFrankenstein
— Emma B McGill (@EmzMcGill) May 18, 2016
Going to be the walking dead at work tomorrow but #ROHFrankenstein was completely worth it - everything I'd hoped for
— Georgina Wells (@Wells15G) May 18, 2016
— Ali (@vibrantxhearts) May 18, 2016
— ByeByeBlues7 (@ByeByeBlues7) May 18, 2016
#ROHFrankenstein you just made this Frankenstein nerd really happy. I'm going to remember this performance for the rest of my life. Bravo. ♥
— Bex Lecter (@greendogbex) May 18, 2016
What a shame. #ROHFrankenstein is such a missed opportunity. Liam Scarlett is a talented choreographer but such big structural issues here.
— Victoria Sadler (@VictoriaJSadler) May 18, 2016
— Hannah M Brown (@hmb950) May 18, 2016
#ROHFrankenstein an incredible performance that is now in my top five. Thank you to all involved for an evening I am honoured to have seen
— Logan (@LogieBrown) May 18, 2016
— Frauke Brouwer (@Frauke11) May 18, 2016
That was simply Sensational! Intense! An absolute triumph for Liam Scarlett and all cast and creatives! Overwhelming! #ROHFrankenstein
— Catherine Françoise (@CathFrancoise) May 18, 2016
First time watching live ballet in movie theater #ROHfrankenstein is amazing! Love everything about it, and Steven McRae is stunning!
— zeizei (@ZeyuYao) May 18, 2016
What did you think of Frankenstein live in cinemas and on BP Big Screens?
Add your thoughts via the comments below
The next live cinema relay of the 2016/17 Season is The Royal Opera's Werther on 27 June 2016. Find your nearest cinema and sign up to our mailing list.
The next BP Big Screen is The Royal Opera's Nabucco on 9 June 2016. Find your nearest BP Big Screen.
If you experienced technical issues during this live cinema relay, please email details to firstname.lastname@example.org