Staging Frankenstein: Nick Dear in conversation

Join us at the Surgeons' Hall Museums for conversation and questions chaired by playwright and scholar Dr Donna Soto-Morettini in conversation with playwright Nick Dear!

Staging Frankenstein: Nick Dear in conversation

About Staging Frankenstein: Nick Dear in conversation

Playwright Nick Dear discusses his 2011 Frankenstein adaptation for the National Theatre. This widely seen production starred Benedict Cumberbatch and Johnny Lee Miller in alternating roles as Victor and the Creature and was directed by Danny Boyle. Join us for conversation and questions chaired by playwright and scholar Dr Donna Soto-Morettini (Edinburgh Napier University) as the final event for The Age of Frankenstein project. Keep up with all the latest news from the project by following @200Frankenstein

Following the talk there will be museums access until 9pm.

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