5 May 2016 at 11.41am | 45 Comments
— Adolfo Harrison (@AdolfoHarrison) May 5, 2016
— cecilia smart (@ceciliaissmart) May 5, 2016
#ROHfrankenstein beautifully bleak,gorgeously gothic depiction of grief & misunderstandings.Sometimes Scarlett makes it look too damn easy!
— Nijinska (@LaNijinska) May 4, 2016
General feeling on #ROHFrankenstein: good but could be much better. Doesn't delve into the reasons why the creature does what it does.
— Lee McLernon (@bangorballetboy) May 4, 2016
Ignoring the fact it is 70% filler, it managed to cut the most important scene in the entire novel #ROHFrankenstein
— Vampire Soup (@VampireSoup) May 4, 2016
#ROHfrankenstein made me want to read the book. It tells it's not just about blue coloured stitched up monster. It's a moving and sad story.
— Yosh M (@yoshkosh10) May 4, 2016
— Alex (@booshkla) May 4, 2016
Enjoyed the drama of #ROHFrankenstein this evening - a proper story-telling ballet - not perfect, but a big step in the right direction.
— Emily@italyheaven (@italyheaven) May 4, 2016
#ROHFrankenstein Some liked it. Some didn't. See it in the cinemas next week & make up your own mind (but personally I enjoyed it, bravo!)
— Alan Green (@al_green) May 4, 2016
Times (£) ★★★★
The Stage ★★★★
Time Out ★★★
Evening Standard ★★★
Financial Times ★★★
The Arts Desk ★★
Classical Source ★★
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Frankenstein runs until 27 May 2016. Tickets are still available.
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You can also watch Frankenstein, live and for free, in selected towns and cities across the UK on 18 May 2016 as part of the 2016 BP Big Screens performances.