Genesis: The Mary Shelley Play
by Mary Humphrey Baldridge

Lake Geneva, early summer, 1816. Genesis takes place in the living room of Diodati, Lord Byron's villa, and the bedroom of Mary and Percy Bysshe Shelley's villa. It stunningly portrays the nights of intrigue and titillation that inspired Mary Shelley to produce Frankenstein, exploring social stigmas that maintain a chokehold over human desires, even amongst the libertine upper classes. Genesis has a dark intensity that builds to a hair-raising finale, and has received critical acclaim across Canada. The Edinburgh Fringe is its UK debut.

a proper piece of solid, traditional theatre that stands out
EdinburghGuide.com
Rating 40/50
C cubed
C cubed (main space) venue 50 Brodie's Close, Lawnmarket, EH1 2PS
1-26 Aug at 17:05 (1hr10)
Tickets £10.50-£12.50 / concessions £8.50-£10.50 / under 18s £6.50-£8.50
Recommended 14+

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