Frankenstein: How To Make A Monster Tickets

Musical

Battersea Arts Centre
Lavender Hill, London, SW11 5TN

Monday - 20:30
Tuesday - 20:30
Wednesday - 20:30
Thursday - 20:30
Friday - 20:30
Saturday 14:30 20:30
Sunday - -
  • Booking Until: Fri, 29 March 2019
Electrifying gig. Thrilling theatre. Tied together by tongue-twisting vocal gymnastics.
 
Mary Shelley's original, reimagined with songs, soundscapes and sonic trickery. Experience the power of the human voice breathing life into monsters all around us. 
 
Frankenstein will leave you asking: 
Who are the monsters we fear?
Who created them?
And how the hell did they just do that with their voices?!
 
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.
Battersea Arts Centre

Lavender Hill, London, SW11 5TN

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For a start there’s the building, a beautiful old town hall, whose 80 rooms have seen so much over the years. Now that we are an arts centre, people come here to be creative, see a show, explore local heritage, visit the Scratch Bar, play or relax.

We invite you in to watch early versions of shows, to hear your feedback. We call this Scratch. Finished shows can use any room in the building, from the attic to the artists’ bedrooms to the Council Chamber. We are open all day for anyone to explore. Children and adults can play together in our indoor playspace, The Bees Knees or enjoy our monthly fun-filled Family Saturdays. Young people come here after school to develop their creativity, confidence and enterprising ideas. We also celebrate the rich heritage of our building and the local area through events and discussions.

All of this helps us achieve our mission to inspire people to take creative risks to shape the future.

For those who can’t make it to Battersea, we take our shows across the UK and the world. Scratch has been adopted as far afield as Sydney and New York and Battersea Arts Centre has successfully sparked new approaches to creativity across the globe.
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