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Set in 1899, Dracula is a brilliant blood-curdling outdoor site-specific show that will surround you in an epic adventure of gothic horror
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Dracula - The Blood Count of Heaton at Heaton Park, Manchester

24 July 2019 to 11 August 2019Visit websiteBook tickets

Last year, this award-winning Manchester company brought Romeo and Juliet to Heaton and now, as they celebrate their 25th anniversary, they challenge you to walk amidst abandoned coffins and witness vampires rising from their graves!

Set in 1899, Dracula is a brilliant blood-curdling outdoor site-specific show that will surround you in an epic adventure of gothic horror and heart stopping love that transcends time the elements and event death. Van Helsing leads this ancient struggle against a sinister evil and uses his indominable will to rid the land of Dracula forever. Will he succeed?

Specially written for Heaton, it is fused with a hypnotic world of magic and illusion, vibrant music and dance as you journey deep into the woods after dark. 

Come if you dare - but it is not for the faint hearted. Age 10+

Prize for the best dressed each night!

"Feelgood is a jewel in Manchester's theatrical crown" Manchester Evening News.

"…this is just as good as it gets…"  The Guardian ***** 

Wheelchair accessible (strong pusher). Bring a portable chair or rug to sit on, garlic and torch! Rain does not stop play.
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