Devised and created by NTC and Stewart Howson from the novel by Bram Stoker.
Light, funny and daft but with strong storytelling and some genuinely scary moments, this is Gothic storytelling at its best: imaginative, atmospheric and physically exciting.
Appealing to family audiences it features all the anticipated elements of the story: wolves, bats and the Brides of Dracula with plenty of audience participation, humour and music.
Suitable for ages 13+.
|2 Mar 17||7:30 pm||Robinson Institute, Esk Valley Theatre, Glaisdale, Yorkshire|
|3 Mar 17||7:30 pm||Glanton Memorial Hall, Northumberland|
|4 Mar 17||7:30 pm||Bamburgh Village Hall, The Pavilion, Bamburgh|
|5 Mar 17||7:30 pm||Longhorsley Village Hall, Longhorsley|
|8 Mar 17||7:30 pm||Bishop Auckland Town Hall, Co Durham|
|9 Mar 17||7:30 pm||Longformacus Village Hall, Borders|
|10 Mar 17||7:30 pm||Whitburn Parish Hall|
|12 Mar 17||7:30 pm||Old Fire Station, Carlisle|
|15 Mar 17||7:30 pm||Lillesleaf Village Hall, Melrose|
|16 Mar 17||7:30 pm||Alnwick Playhouse Studio, Bondgate Without|
|17 Mar 17||8:00 pm||Bowhill Little Theatre, The Borders|
|18 Mar 17||7:30 pm||St George's Church Hall, Northumberland|
|19 Mar 17||7:30 pm||Etal Village Hall, Northumberland|