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Tuesday 9 October - Saturday 13 October Drama
Book Now Tickets £14.00 to £31.50

A Touring Consortium Theatre Company Production in association with Everyman Theatre Cheltenham

The European Première of a brand-new stage adaptation of the classic thriller.

Dracula is one of the most universally iconic novels ever written. A monumental, genre defining classic that is known the world over. Dracula remains the father of all gothic thrillers.

This brand-new stage adaptation of Bram Stoker’s book is brought to opulent and irresistible life in a contemporary interpretation that includes all the definitive characters and spine-chilling fear.

Completely re-imagined by a world-class creative team from London’s West End and Broadway, discover the story that started them all. In Transylvania, enter the castle of Count Dracula and his three brides. The Count, who feeds on the elixir of young blood to look youthful, will take you on a deliciously evil ride as he pursues his victims and encounters Jonathan Harker, Professor Van Helsing and Dr. Seward along the way.

Emotionally fulfilling, utterly terrifying, spellbindingly addictive, will this Dracula ever die?

Bram Stoker’s Dracula was first published in 1897 and has since been made into countless radio, TV and Hollywood films. Inspiring the recent resurgence in vampire mania and the Twilight movie series, Dracula on stage will be a must-see. This is Dracula as you have never seen him – be sure to book now.

“There was a deliberate voluptuousness that was both thrilling and repulsive. And as she arched her neck she actually licked her lips like an animal till I could see in the moonlight the moisture then lapped the white, sharp teeth. Lower and lower went her head. I closed my eyes in a languorous ecstasy and waited.” Bram Stoker, Dracula

Age Guidance: 16+

Venue: Theatre Royal

Important Information

Age Guidance: 16+

Access Performances

Captioned: 10/10/2018 19:30
Audio Described: 13/10/2018 14:30


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Royal Members
Save £10 on Tuesday 7.30pm performance, excluding Balcony seats & all Stalls & Upper Circle seats £23 for Wednesday 2pm & 7.30pm & Thursday 7.30pm performances.

Go Card Holders
Stalls & Upper Circle seats £20, available Tuesday to Thursday 7.30pm & Wednesday 2pm performances.

School Groups
Stalls & Upper Circle seats £12 Tuesday to Thursday 7.30pm & Wednesday 2pm performances, on bookings of 20 or ore tickets with 1 free ticket per 20 booked.

Groups 10+
Stalls & Upper Circle seats £23 Tuesday to Thursday 7.30pm & Wednesday 2pm performances, on bookings of 10 or more with 1 free ticket per 20 booked.

Dracula – Page to Stage Workshop: Wednesday 10 October, 10.30 – 11.30am
Theatre Royal Stalls Auditorium
Available for school groups only

Delve into the dark and dramatic world of Dracula and explore how Stoker’s gothic classic has been realised for the stage in this new production. Join members of the acting company as they discuss and demonstrate how significant moments in the story appear onstage.

Free, booking required, please visit our Box Office, call 0115 989 555 or click here to book your place.

Enjoyed Dracula in the Theatre Royal?  Then stay behind afterwards on Friday 12 October for a further feast of suspense as professional storyteller Nicky Rafferty, along with guest tellers, guides you into the unknown with a late-night gothic concoction of horror.

Booking required, please visit our Box Office, call 0115 989 555 or click here to book your place.

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9 October


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10 October


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10 October




English text displayed on auditorium screens for people who are hard of hearing. Captions also include sound effects, offstage noises and character names. Display screens are usually discreetly positioned at the side(s) of the stage.

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11 October


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