Tue 1 - Sat 5 , Tue 8 - Thu 10 October
When someone kills, when their crime is so terrible, so incomprehensible, can we still call them human? Who is to blame? Who and/or what creates monsters?
Taking Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein as inspiration, The Creature takes place in the mind and the prison cell of a young boy in a secure unit as he attempts to avoid taking responsibility for what he has done whilst also trying to understand it.
Developed through work with young offenders, this specially commissioned play explores the origins of criminal behaviour and asks what it is that makes us monsters.
From Lucy Gough, the author of acclaimed production The Wolf Tattoo (2018).
‘…gripping story…extraordinary performances…amazing and satisfying theatre experience’
Theatre in Wales review of The Wolf Tattoo
BSL (British Sign Language) interpreted performance: Fri 04 Oct, 8pm
Warning: contains flashing lights
British Sign Language
For patrons using sign language, this service usually involves one interpreter standing on or in front of the stage to sign the dialogue.