At the villa Diodati on the banks of Lake Geneva in the summer of 1816, the tale of Frankenstein took its ghostly shape. Anne Rowe will discuss why the novel sustains its unique fascination and speaks powerfully to the twenty-first century.
Anne Rowe is Visiting Professor at the University of Chichester and Emeritus Research Fellow at Kingston University
Ticket price includes a light lunch.
This event is sponsored by Webbs of Crickhowell