Invulnerable presents Howard Brenton’s Bloody Poetry + the (un)Staged Reading Series in Bath, UK

After sold out residencies at The Brooklyn Art Library (Brooklyn, NY) and The Sekrit Theatre (Austin,TX) as well as a recent run at AvignonLeOff2017 (Avignon, France), international performance collective Invulnerable Nothings brings its rep production of Howard Brenton’s Bloody Poetry and (un)staged readings from the Romantics to Bath for a strictly limited engagement August 3-6th. This production explores the living mythologies and complex menage a quatre of P.B. Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley, Claire Clairmont, and Lord Byron from the summer of 1816 until Shelley’s death in the summer of 1822. The company will stage this site responsive work in Walcot Chapel at the bicentennial of the Shelleys’ time in Bath, when Walcot Cemetery served as a significant inspiration for Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein.


When: August 3-6, 8pm

Where: Walcot Chapel Arts

Tickets: 12 pound regular, 8 pound concession, please visit for advance purchase!


About the Company: INVULNERABLE NOTHINGS is an international theatre collective and producing partnership committed to poetic language in performance, radically flat collaborative structures, and the theatrical activation of research and library centres.