Vampires | Blood | Garlic | Death | Plums | Scrabble
A comedy adaptation, written and directed by Richard Bull
1893 England: a young solicitor is sent on a business trip to Castle Dracula in Transylvania. It should be very straightforward, but he meets some locals (they’re a bit weird) who warn him of vampires. He then meets Count Dracula and his flat mate Vlad (they’re a bit weird, too) and things turns sinister as he’s threatened with pain, torture and family board games.
Then strange happenings start back in London. Someone is trying to make vampires and causing havoc at the annual Jam Festival. Can our band of heroes overcome a fear of death and a fear of badgers, and cope with more double entendres than you can shake a stick at?
Find out in March – if you dare…
Tickets $25 general | $20 concession from www.ArtworksTheatre.org.nz: booking fees apply for online sales (but NOT for Theatre members–and you’re most welcome to join before you book!).