Thursday, 29 November 2012

Dracula (theatre)

Bram Stoker's gothic tale of terror, Dracula, is being played out at Eastbourne College next week, performed by students from every year group. The new and faithful script adaptation has been written by the college's own playwright, Paul Turner, with Tim Marriott who was one of the driving forces behind the powerful environmental drama Snared earlier this year. The Dracula set has been partly designed and created by Laura who also worked on Snared.

It is 1897. A new century approaches. High in the Carpathian mountains an ancient legend is buried. But the dark is rising. Across Europe, the shadows lengthen. The Count is coming …
“I am the monster that breathing men would kill.
I am Dracula… and my revenge has just begun”

There are two seating options being offered for Dracula. £10 per person will get you a cafe-style seat with goulash and blood red wine served by candlelight. Formal dining attire is optional and encouraged. Dining numbers are limited and I am not sure if this option will still available for all performances.
£5 per person buys a gallery seat only.

Eastbourne College Theatre, Tue 4th - Sat 8th Dec, 19:30.
Tickets £10, £5, available by calling 01323 452255 or emailing boxoffice@eastbourne-college.co.uk





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