Dracula - a Play by the Soup Troupe and Thespians Anonymous
Come and join other InterNations members in a cozy, little, subterranean theatre that seats 30 people.
Do vampires exist? In the 21st century? What would Dracula do if he had access to modern technology? How are vampires defeated in the digital age? Garlic? An anti-virus software? In her adaptation of the classic novel 'Dracula', Bryony Lavery revisits the story of Count Dracula. Letters, diary entries, and newspaper clippings from the original novel are replaced by e-mails, text messages, and televised news. Join us, if you dare, and see if good prevails in the end.
From 29 March to 1 April at 19.00 and 2 April at 16.00.
The doors will open 30 minutes before the start. Please arrive in good time; due to the setup of the stage, latecomers cannot be admitted. There will be a 15-minute break halfway through the performance to buy light snacks and refreshments.
While we welcome guests of all ages to our shows, we recommend parents or guardians of children under the age of 13 to consider their comfort level with the content of this production.
'Dracula' includes blood, violence, death, needles, and depictions of mental illness.
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