Mel Brooks’ Young Frankenstein Theatre Breaks
Mel Brooks’ Young Frankenstein Theatre Breaks are now available to book. Be the first to see it when it opens at the Garrick Theatre in September.
The London run for Young Frankenstein Theatre Breaks has been announced in the same week that Brooks is awarded the BAFTA Fellowship, the highest honour that the Academy bestow and a lifetime achievement recognising his remarkable career across the arts.
Young Frankenstein, the wickedly inspired re-imagining of the Mary Shelley classic, see’s Frederick Frankenstein, an esteemed New York brain surgeon and professor, inherit a castle and laboratory in Transylvania from his deranged genius grandfather, Victor Von Frankenstein. He now faces a dilemma – does he continue to run from his family’s tortured past or does he stay in Transylvania to carry on his grandfather’s mad experiments reanimating the dead and, in the process, fall in love with his sexy lab assistant Inga?
Based on the hilarious 1974 film which Brooks co-wrote with the late great Gene Wilder, who also played the part of Frederick; this time he collaborates once more with Thomas Meehan, with whom he worked on The Producers, and it will directed by Broadway choreographer Susan Stroman.
Young Frankenstein Theatre Breaks Information File
Theatre : Garrick theatre, Charing Cross Road, London WC2H 0HH
Genre : Musical Comedy
Nearest underground : Leicester Square on the Northern & Piccadilly lines
Previews : 28th September 2017
Opens : 10th October 2017
Booking to : 10th February 2018
Performance times : Monday to Saturday at 1930; Wednesday & Saturday at 1500