Frankenstein: How To Make A Monster
Battersea Arts Centre, London
Running Time: 2 hours
Following the critically acclaimed, sell-out spring run, Frankenstein returns to headline an amped up monster evening of beatbox, singing, rapping, DJ's and jamming to celebrate a decade of BAC Beatbox Academy.
Inspired by Mary Shelley's original tale of power and persecution, Frankenstein explores the idea of what makes a modern monster.
The Frankenstein cast will be joined by an exciting mixed bill of special guests performing their own sets and session as well as the Baby Beatbox and Junior Academy groups to get the party started.
Join us for this one-off electrifying theatre-gig marking 10 years of nurturing the finest rising talent and pushing the boundaries of sound.
BAC Beatbox Academy is Battersea Arts Centre's home-grown young collective. They have performed all over the country from Latitude Festival to The Royal Festival Hall and have appeared on Gareth Malone's The Choir. Current members are ranked within the top 10 beat boxers in the UK.
'Brilliant. An old story made electrically alive' ★★★★★ The Stage
'You cannot look away for an instant... Quite extraordinary' ★★★★★ Miro Magazine
FRANKENSTEIN: HOW TO MAKE A MONSTER
Booking period: 24 October 2018
Running time: 2 hours
Age guidance: To be confirmed, there may be strong language