Blood and Ice

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21 Jan
  • Blood and Ice
  • Blood and Ice

Chesil Theatre

Chesil Street, Winchester

SO23 0HU

Switzerland, one stormy night in 1816.

​Four young romantics compete to write a spine-chilling tale. Two of them are England's greatest poets, the third a rebellious runaway, and the fourth, free-thinker, Mary Shelley.
When events are overtaken by tragedy, the shadows consume Mary and give birth to the most famous Gothic horror of them all.
"I didn't invent you, you came unbidden and I wrote you down."

Evening performance 7.45pm, matinée Saturday 28th January 2.30pm

Tickets £11 or £13 depending upon performance

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