One of three extraordinary walking tours revealing amazing secrets: most of FRANKENSTEIN - the book that invented science fiction – was written in Bath. And Mary Shelley’s life, as she wrote it, was at least as gothic as the story she created.
FRANKENSTEIN IN BATH is a real life tale of secrets and lies, suicides, concealed births, ruined reputations and false identities.
Walk in Mary Shelley’s footsteps as she created her gothic masterpiece.
See where she lived and wrote – now marked by a plaque after 200 years. Discover where – and why - she hid her dark secrets.
FRANKENSTEIN IN BATH Best Live Performance at 2017’s Creative Bath Awards; all 5* reviews Trip Advisor.
7pm every Friday from 12 April to 8 November
Starts: outside Sally Lunn’s, North Parade Passage BA1 1NX; ends close by.
Cost: £10, advance booking recommended (some tickets available each night, cash only). Lasts approx 90 mins. Mainly on the flat with stops along the way.
“more genuine Gothic horror than her novel… enthralling” - Theatre Bath
“Bigamy, illegitimate children and suicides galore… Tragedy and triumph, romance and despair” – Bath Newseum
“Eastenders with posh people and poetry” (not much poetry) – audience member
See ‘Select Showings’ to choose your tour.
Not recommended for under 12s. Private tours by arrangement.
Simplified 1 hour tour for students studying English, contact [email protected]
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In 2018 our Bristol shows got ‘Best of Bristol Theatre’ from Bristol 247.
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North Parade Passage
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