Young Frankenstein

Young Frankenstein

3.8 (36) · Contemporary, Musicals

Mel Brooks’ quirky musical Young Frankenstein receives its West End premiere at London’s Garrick Theatre!

Overview

Based on the 1974 Oscar-nominated film co-written with Thomas Meehan and starring Gene Wilder, the brand new production follows a Broadway run that closed in 2009.

Young Frankenstein is the wickedly inspired re-imagining of Mary Shelley’s classic novel, which sees the creation of a creature that cannot be controlled. When Frederick Frankenstein, a New York brain surgeon and professor, inherits a Transylvanian castle and laboratory from his genius, but deranged grandfather, Victor Von Frankenstein, he quickly has some decisions to make.

Facing a scary dilemma, young Frankenstein must choose whether to run from his grandfather’s frightening legacy or to continue to crazily experiment with reanimating the dead. And, in the process, will he fall in love with his sultry lab assistant, Inga?

Critic reviews

Silly and shameless from start to finish. Mel Brooks’s new musical version of his 1974 comedy horror movie has no agenda – except to make you laugh

Independant

It’s stupendously silly and shameless all the way through... I just couldn't stop laughing

London Theatre

Old-fashioned entertainment full of bawdy delight

Evening Standard

Glorious gags as Mel Brooks bolts together a monster hit

Guardian

Middling musical version of Mel Brooks’ classic comedy

The Stage

A show that wears it thoroughly upbeat heart of musical whimsy on its sleeve.

London Box Office

Date & time

Show ended
Until Sat 25 Aug, 7.30pm & 3pm

Venue

Charing Cross Road WC2H 0HH London, UK · Get Directions

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