Blood and bats. Garlic and gore. Lunatics and flies. Sexy lady vampires. Coffins, crypts and the Count himself. They’re all here in this brand-new one-man performance of Bram Stoker’s Dracula, coming to the Market House on Saturday 16 April at 7.45pm. Definitely not for the faint-hearted, this show by writer Andrew McPherson, director Simon Harvey and “outrageously versatile” actor David Mynne, is suitable for adults and older children (12+).
‘It’s a terrific show, charming, funny, beautifully told, and suitably scary. Stoker’s gothic novel has been perfectly pared down by writer Andrew McPherson, sharply directed by Simon Harvey, and Mynne’s performance is exquisite: a masterclass in the telling of tales, it needs to be seen.’ (Ciaran Clarke: Arts End of Nowhere)
Be warned: this monstrous, disturbing (and completely batty) tale of dark deeds and the Un-dead, will thrill and seduce you!
Tickets are £10 each and available from Market Stores. Proceeds from this event go to Minchinhampton Market House.