Afternoon Poems: 'It's Alive!' - Byron,The Shelleys And Frankenstein at Keats House Free

About

In 1816 a ghost story challenge between Lord Byron, Percy Shelley and his wife Mary gave birth to Frankenstein and the modern vampire novel. Join the Keats House Poetry Ambassadors for a selection of poetry and prose exploring the darker side of Romanticism and its fascination with the Gothic and the macabre. Free, booking recommended

Prices

Adult Ticket: Free

Venue Details & Map

Keats House

Address
10 Keats Grove
Hampstead
London
NW3 2RR
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 7332 3868
Public transport:
Hampstead Heath: turn right on South End Green and then left to Keats Grove. Belsize Park: Turn right on Haverstock Hill, then right on Pond St, left on South End Green.

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