Tickets are still available for a “unique immersive experience” at Middlesbrough’s Central Library based on the story of Frankenstein.
The public are invited to rediscover the iconic novel through the voices of Mary Shelley’s haunting characters while journeying through the library’s hidden corners.
The experience includes a soundscape created by award winning musician Taz Modi.
The production involves a large amount of walking around the historic building including walking up and down stairs. As a result the library is unable to accommodate wheelchairs.
Tickets are available for the Tuesday, December 11 production, however the following night Wednesday, December 12 has sold out.
It will run from 5.30pm-7pm and is suitable for those aged 12 and over. Tickets are £8 and available from www.middlesbroughtownhall.co.uk or 01642 729729.