There are no bolts in sight; the monster in the new touring version of Frankenstein is made with pen and paper. Get a glimpse of its creation, and the action coming together, in these rehearsal images, then book your tickets.
Mary Shelley, who thought up Frankenstein when she was just 18 years old, will appear on stage alongside her famous creation in a new adaptation of her novel coming to the Belgrade Theatre this autumn as part of a UK tour. Time to book your tickets for what’s sure to be a monster hit.
“A plot worthy of Inside No. 9” – could there be a greater compliment to pay We Know Now Snowmen Exist? Take a look at what reviewers said about the all-female claustrophobic thriller, then rush to book tickets as there are only a couple of days left to see it!
Infrasound frequency, unsolved mysteries, paranoia and raising the profile of Cumbrian theatre – director Lexie Ward tells us why she’s so excited about bringing acclaimed all-female thriller We Know Now Snowmen Exist to The Space this week. Read her interview, then book your tickets!
Prepare yourself to be spooked as the new trailer for Cumbrian thriller We Know Now Snowmen Exist gives away some of the facts that make true story behind this play such a shocking mystery. Have a watch, then book your tickets… if you dare!
While there’s nothing inherently terrifying about sleeping bags and bobble hats – unless the thought of a camping holiday gives you heart palpitations – you can sense the horror, and also some fun, in these production images of We Know Now Snowmen Exist.
Inspired by a horrifying true story, five-star thriller We Know Now Snowmen Exist brings its tale of icy terror to London later this month, playing from 19 to 23 March at The Space. Book your tickets now… if you’re brave enough!
Beautiful singing from Lil Rice and the compositions of Ollie Clark, which warm us with percussion-conjured cicadas, bullfrogs and buried tribal memories, are as enveloping as I remember. The shapes that appear between bodies and metal bands are as lushly developed, precisely positioned and technically impressive as I’d hoped.
It’s no wonder that we females may seem a little crazy at times when, as shown by the three ladies of Norwegian company Tanter, the identity of 21st century womanhood is framed by the preceding hordes of cultural demands and expectations as well as our present needs.