Frankenstein’s Monster Is Drunk And The Sheep Have All Jumped The Fences – 1 to 5 Feb

The story begins in 1946, when they dig Frankenstein’s monster out of a glacier, where he’d crawled after his Hollywood career had given up the ghost. Fully defrosted, he meets his match, a spark which ignites a love story of monstrous proportions, a duet of undateables who stand out and fit in and forge their own brutiful brand of domestic bliss in a small holding with their 67 (italian) blue sheep.

Where comedy is pitch black and horror gets a happy ever after, this wildly fresh look at the Frankenstein myth is provocative, topical and tailor made for critically acclaimed theatre mavericks, Big Telly.

Adapted from the original short story by Owen Booth.

[CW// This production uses flashing lights that may potentially trigger seizures for people with photosensitive epilepsy. This production contains references to miscarriage]

More information and booking:

The Lyric Theatre
55 Ridgeway St, Belfast BT9 5FB
phone number 028 9038 1081

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