Film director Danny Boyle and Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch will take part in a special late night Q&A about their new stage production in aid of creative arts charity Dramatic Need on April 20.

For just £10, you can join the Oscar-winning director Danny Boyle and the play’s stars, Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller, for a spine-chilling late night Q&A as they lift the curtain on their radical, role-swapping reinterpretation of Mary Shelley’s classic novel. This is the only time all three will be discussing the project together.

Dramatic Need is a UK-registered charity that hosts creative arts workshops in underprivileged and rural communities in South Africa and Rwanda. The charity promotes creative expression as a tool for conflict resolution, social development, gender empowerment and the assimilation of health messages in underprivileged communities. Dramatic Need also provides art, music and film-making equipment to African schools. The charity has been particularly effective in encouraging young people to discuss and challenge the stigma surrounding HIV/AIDS.
Danny Boyle is a Trustee of Dramatic Need.

Tickets to the Q&A cost just £10 and include a handcrafted Frankenstein mask made by Dramatic Need women’s sewing collective at the Dramatic Need arts centre in Viljoenskroon, South Africa. All proceeds go to the charity.

For tickets to the event, click here.

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