It’s 1816 and Mary Shelley is about to start work on Frankenstein. Lord Byron has been banished to Europe and the who’s who of Romantic literature is holed up in a villa on the banks of Lake Geneva. The weather is terrible, the wine is flowing, and the worst is yet to come.
Join Spring-Heeled Theatre Co as they show a selection of songs and an extract or two of the revamped 'A Year Without Summer' by Rachael Gavin Stott.
PLEASE NOTE: This is a free work in progress performance with limited availability as part of the production's research & development process. If you belong to a school or arts organisation and would like to organise a group booking then please contact firstname.lastname@example.org