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Chilling Frankenstein tale to be told in the Harris

Posted on - 7th March, 2018 - 7:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Arts, City Centre, Preston City Centre, Preston News, Things to Do in and around Preston, What's On in Preston
The drama is intense and brooding
The drama is intense and brooding

The classic tale of Frankenstein is to be told in a thoroughly modern way in Preston.

Audiences will wear headphones and hear the voices of the story’s haunting characters while exploring the Harris Museum and Art Gallery.

Pure Expression bring the live show to the city and it follows the ghost of Victor Frankenstein.

Performed by Toby Osmond it sees the audience do plenty of walking up and down stairs!

A soundscape is created by award-winning musician Taz Modi to go with the intimate show.

There's a soundtrack as you may your way around with the actor
There’s a soundtrack as you may your way around with the actor

Read more: Guide book about the Harris launches

It’s suitable for over-12s and there’s three performances.

Showings are Wednesday (21 March) at 5.30pm, 6.30pm and 7pm.

Read more: French impressionist masterpiece goes on display

Tickets are £8 for the Design My Night website.

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