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Legendary filmmaker and comedian Mel Brooks brings his classic monster musical comedy Young Frankenstein to life on stage in an all-singing, all-dancing musical collaboration with Tony-award winning Broadway director and choreographer Susan Stroman.
Age restrictionChildren under 4 will not be admitted.
Running time2hr 20min (inc. interval)
Performance datesBooking until 25 August 2018.
ContentRecommended for ages 10 and above.
Please note that this production contains mild adult themes and humour.
Venue InformationGarrick TheatreCharing Cross Road, London, WC2H 0HH
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Special OfferYoung Frankenstein Ticket Offer Details
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Valid ALL Monday - Thursday performances until the end of the run.
Ticket from £20
Young Frankenstein "silly, witty, fun and clever"
Do you like Vaudeville? Do you like all-round entertainment; singing, dancing and comedy routines? Then Young Frankenstein is right up your Tin Pan Alley. I think I’ll leave the puns to Mel Brooks, whose tremendous gift for writing sharp, silly, satirical, scripts and songs is perfectly matched by the performances of the talented cast of Young Frankenstein. Mel Brooks is joyfully irreverent, Young Frankenstein doesn’t take itself too seriously, it makes fun of itself as well as the various genres it mocks. It was like watching a series of musical comedy acts, doing their turns in a variety or Vaudeville show.
25 Jul, 2018 | By Sandra Howell
5 Reasons to see Young Frankenstein
It’s currently been 12 hours since I left the Garrick theatre and my sides still hurt from laughing. I warn you now, Young Frankenstein is beyond hilarious and you’ll probably leave the theatre with considerably stronger abdominal strength than you entered with. So, if you’re sore the day after, you can’t say you weren’t warned. It’s clear what I think the main reason you should see this wonderful musical is, but the reasons don’t stop there.
11 May, 2018 | By Jade Ali
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7 Mar, 2018 | By Nicholas Ephram Ryan Daniels
Cory English is now starring as Igor in Mel Brooks’ cult classic Young Frankenstein
Cory English is now playing in the West End as Igor in Mel Brooks’ musical comedy, Young Frankenstein. He joined the cast as Dr. Frederick Frankenstein’s trusty assistant on 12 February 2018, replacing Ross Noble, who recently won Best Supporting Actor in a Musical at the 18th Annual WhatsOnStage Awards. Ross Noble finished his award-winning run as Igor on 10 February to prepare for his El Hablador stand-up comedy tour.
27 Feb, 2018 | By Nicholas Ephram Ryan Daniels
From the ripe, vibrant brains behind The Producers, Blazing Saddles and Spaceballs, Mel Brooks’ Young Frankenstein comes to life at the Garrick Theatre. Young Frankenstein ticks all the boxes for a hit and zaps life into every audience member with glitz, charm and an enormous amount of humour.
3 Jan, 2018 | By Lucy Beirne
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20 Dec, 2017 | By Molly Richardson
5 Reasons to go see Young Frankenstein
Ever since the casting was announced for this exciting new show that has transferred from Broadway (10 years later), I knew I had to get tickets to Young Frankenstein; and it didn’t disappoint. Here are 5 reasons why you should get yourself down to the Garrick:
18 Oct, 2017 | By Molly Richardson
Reviews / Features
REVIEW: Mel Brooks' Young Frankenstein at the Garrick Theatre
Mel Brooks' musical Young Frankenstein, based on the film of the same name, has opened at the Garrick Theatre. Anyone familiar with Brooks' work will enter the theatre with a level of expectation and, boy, you won't be disappointed.
11 Oct, 2017 | By Harrison Fuller