Young Frankenstein Tickets
Booking until: Thursday, 15 March 2018
Parental guidence recommended.
Sunday, 1 October 2017
Thursday, 15 March 2018
It's a laugh a minute. Some of the jokes from the original 1974 smash hit film are really, really bad... but in a good way. The characters are hilarious, and the plot is ridiculous. Mel Brooks’ marvellous Young Frankenstein opens for its pre-West End season at the Newcastle Theatre Royal in late summer 2017, in preparation for its grand theatreland opening later the same year.
Young Frankenstein – The story
This fabulous stage show is inspired by the Oscar-nominated film, co-written with Thomas Meehan, who actually wrote the book for the musical stage adaptation in 2007.
When the famous medical lecturer Dr. Frederick Frankenstein, played by Gene Wilder in the film, finds out he's due to inherit his eccentric grandad's Transylvanian estate, he can't resist trying to reproduce the evil man's hideous experiments. His ancestor's servant Igor, brilliantly played by Marty Feldman in the movie, is still in residence. So is the lovely assistant Inga and the terrifying Frau Blücher. Once he's made a monster of his own, new complications arise thanks to his fiancee, who arrives in Transylvania out of the blue...
The show is produced by Mel Brooks, Michael Harrison, Fiery Angel and Hani Farsi, and the brilliant Broadway director and choreographer Susan Stroman is also involved. The all-singing, all-dancing new production is already being eagerly awaited. Watch this space to find out more about the cast when it's announced.
Young Frankenstein tickets – Laugh yourself silly
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An evening of gloriously impure fun The Guardian
Bodice-bustingly bawdy Daily Mail
This is a wonderful night out, frequently reaching that all too rare comic plateau where it becomes literally impossible to stop laughing What's On Stage
A comic tour-de-force for the entire cast London Theatre
Hadley Fraser is wild-eyed and tirelessly exuberant as Frankenstein Evening Standard
Monster of a show that promises howls of laughter The Times
What to expect:Acting:
based on 8 reviews
I don't think I have ever laughed so much at a theatre production. Great performances from all the cast. I especially enjoyed Ross Noble's 'Igor', comedic timing at it's best.
Donna London Box Office customer
Really funny great evening standing ovation
Chris London Box Office customer
Not to be missed.
GUIDO London Box Office customer
Andrew London Box Office customer
I cannot imagine time better spent! What a fabulous fun evening in every respect.
Duncan London Box Office customer
a great adaptation of the film. the casting was excellent and the songs were brilliant.the show was very funny from start to finish and at times my laughter lasted minutes. i would see it again and i have recommended the show to friends and some have actually bought tickets on my recommendation
melanie London Box Office customer
The musical only slightly differs in parts from the film, so the die-hard fans of the film might wonder why, but take no notice of that. You're watching a Mel Brooks production, so be honoured and feast on it. The sets, the props, the pyrotechnics all make up the atmosphere for the Frankenstein's monster story. The acting and singing is faultless and you'll be sniggering throughout the show. Thank you Mel for bringing the musical back to life!
Vivienne London Box Office customer
09 Feb 2017 in New Shows
I'm very excited! It’s just been announced that Mel Brooks’ YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN - described today as “the new comedy musical based on the Oscar-nominated smash hit movie” - will open in the West End on Thursday 28 September at the Garrick Theatre.Read more
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