98 reviews of Frankenstein & Bier Keller "I absolutely loved this place when working at the Fringe as it was over the road from our venue. Originally devised for the stage, the live show Frankenstein: How to Make a Monster was a huge hit at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Edinburgh Fringe 2015 Frankenstein. 5.0. 3 days left … Review. Plain electrifying. The atmosphere is fab and… Old Deerfield Productions Genre: Drama. Frankenstein: How to Make a Monster. Venue: Greenside at Infirmary Street. One of the most influential books in English literature’s history is due a birthday soon. Low Down. Note: This review is from the 2016 Fringe . Frankenstein: How to Make a Monster – Edinburgh Fringe. Advertisement. It is located in a huge old church and made to look like Frankenstein's lair. Frankenstein at the Fringe. Summary . Show less. Edinburgh Fringe Theatre Everything; Edinburgh Fringe Theatre; Edinburgh Fringe Comedy; Fest Magazine; Frankenstein: How To Make a Monster @ Traverse The Battersea Arts Centre's Beatbox Academy present a stunning adaptation of Frankenstein ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Review by Chris Dobson | 19 Aug 2019. This adaptation does manage to keep the essence of Victor and the Creature’s stories, but it also loses a lot of the nuances, and somehow fails to quite mirror the intensity of the novel and various past productions. Mary Shelley’s classic tale of identity, social alienation, and the determined patching together of the impossible is brought to life by the Battersea Arts Centre and BAC Beatbox Academy. Meanwhile, in the Frankenstein's monster we know as the Edinburgh Fringe, you can learn about the story's creation in Genesis: The Mary Shelley Play (C Venues), imagine a post-apocalyptic attempt to revive the human race in Quintessence (Sweet Novotel) and witness a faithful retelling of the novel in Frankenstein (theSpace on North Bridge). Festival: Edinburgh Fringe. Posted on 10th August 2019 by Zoe Robertson. 200 years after the book was first imagined, we walk you through some of the adaptations of Frankenstein coming to the Fringe.