Frankenstein Adaptations: Jane Webb Loudon’s The Mummy! – Professor Lisa Hopkins

Artwork Slide

Sun 21st October 2:00pm - 3:00pm

Tickets for this event have gone off sale at SIV but are available on the door on the day (subject to availability)

The Mummy! (1827) is one of the earliest, most interesting responses to Frankenstein. It explores the idea of atheism in Mary Shelley’s novel, in which a man gives life to a new creature. Lisa Hopkins discusses Loudon’s entertaining novel which includes the reanimation of an Egyptian mummy and is a principled comment on Frankenstein.

Tickets (In Advance)

Free

Venue

Samuel Worth Chapel, Sheffield General Cemetery, Cemetery Avenue, S11 8NT

Age

16+

Disabled Access?

Yes

Family Event?

No

Festival theme
Frankenstein 200
Book tickets