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“It’s Alive!” – The First Two Hundred Years of Frankenstein

18th October at 7:00 pm

Join the eminent cultural historian and award-winning broadcaster, Professor Sir Christopher Frayling, to celebrate Frankenstein’s 200th birthday in style and discover how the novel, originally thought to be too radical in its implication, continues to hold relevance for modern society and why, besides Dracula and Sherlock Holmes, Frankenstein is the most-filmed fictional character. Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein began life as a short story, told at Villa Diodati on the shores of Lake Geneva, in June 1816. In Bath later that year, the story was developed into a full-length novel and it…

The Bath Shakespeare Society open day

4th December at 2:15 pm

The Bath Shakespeare Society is a friendly play reading group and would like to welcome a few new members. The group meets on alternate Tuesday afternoons and will be reading The Winter's Tale, Henry VI Part3 and Macbeth in the winter term. Meet the group at an open day on Tuesday 4 December at 2.15pm in the Southgate Room at Manvers Street Baptist Church. Or tel: 01225 858630 for more information.   Image: William Shakespeare by John Taylor, National Portrait…

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