You are invited to the Year 10 Production of Frankenstein. Please join us in the Drama Studio!

Frankenstein’s bewildered Creature is born into a hostile, friendless world. Rejected and despised wherever he goes, his desperation twists into hatred and ultimately the desire for vengeance. Nick Dear’s adaptation of Mary Shelley’s famous gothic tale invites us all to question our own treatment of outsiders. At a time when the number of displaced people in the world is at a historical high, it is a timely reminder of the dangers of vilifying others.

Tickets are $10 and to book tickets for Frankenstein please click here.

Frankenstein will be held in the Drama Studio, Creative and Performing Arts Centre (CPAC), 34 Scott Street, Canterbury.

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