Stoking the legend

Dracula is a monumental, genre-defining classic of gothic fiction and remains the father of all vampire tales, known the world over. This winter, an all-new production sees the bloodthirsty tale resurrected to receive its most terrifying staging ever.

Sensual, dark and thrilling, this brand-new stage adaptation of Bram Stoker’s classic tale of obsession and horror visits Wolverhampton Grand Theatre from Tuesday 20 to Saturday 24 November, bringing to life the opulent and irresistible villain in a contemporary interpretation. Ben Hart’s incredible design will create an atmosphere of spine-chilling fear as audiences are shaken to their very core. The mysterious Count, who feeds on young blood to maintain his youthful appearance, whisks the audience off on a deliciously evil ride through his Transylvanian castle as he pursues his victims and encounters Jonathan Harker, Professor Van Helsing and Dr Seward along the way.

The show is recommended for those aged over 16 and tickets are priced from £15 – call 01902 429212 or go to for details.


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