You can see ‘Frankenstein’ live in an old Brighton church this Halloween!

Looking for a spooky and dramatic night out this Halloween?

Following their smash hit production of Dracula, the folks at TrueStory are back with another haunting tale.

The theatre company will return to The Spire in Brighton, England later this month with a chilling adaptation of Frankenstein.

The Spire is an old deconsecrated church on Eastern Road that’s now used as an arts and community space – the perfect setting to bring to life Mary Shelley’s classic Gothic horror novel!

Audiences will be “immersed in the story from the moment you arrive” as the adaptation explores “obsession, creation, and compassion … While asking what is to be human in an ever-confusing world.”

Gary Sefton, who wrote the script and plays The Creature in the production, commented: “We had so much pleasure making and sharing our shows at The Spire. Working in the disused church allows us to tell a story, placing you, the audience, right at it’s heart.

“Theatre should be something that transports you beyond the normal day-to-day, something that excites, and occasionally scares you – Frankenstein is a chilling thriller with plenty of frights but at its core it’s a story of the creation and compassion.”

Running twice a night from 23rd October to 9th November, the hour-long show is suitable for “brave 8 year olds and up,” with tickets priced between £10-£15.

You can buy tickets now here!