In our third Theatre in Education video, we explore how Victor Frankenstein's Creation looks and feels when he is brought to life.

In this week’s educational video, we’re exploring what Victor Frankenstein’s Creation looks like, how he feels when he is brought to life, and what other people make of him.

While the theatre remains closed, we’re working hard to find ways of connecting with teachers, parents and educators remotely. We know that education is a challenge for many at the moment – whether you’re a teacher faced with social distancing restrictions in the classroom or delivering virtual lessons, or if you’re a parent home-schooling your own children.

Theatre in Education is one of the many vital services we provide to our community, so we’re delighted to be taking it online with a series of videos using Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein as a basis for discussion. If you missed our previous videos, you can watch on our Weducation page.

The ongoing pandemic has put theatres across the country under huge financial strain, losing almost all of their income overnight. If you enjoy this video, please consider making a donation to us.

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