Dracula coming to Bristol - win tickets

Dracula coming to Bristol - win tickets

Posted on: 29 Aug 2017

Bram Stoker's classic novel is being retold at The Redgrave Theatre in the form of a brand-new hilarious theatre show called 'Dracula: The Bloody Truth' and we are giving away a pair of tickets.

Dracula comes to Redgrave Theatre - Win Tickets

Le Navet Bete, in association with Exeter Northcott Theatre, are behind 'Dracula: The Bloody Truth', and it comes to Bristol's Clifton from the 20th to the 23rd of September. This production promises to take audiences on a journey across Europe from the creepy Transylvanian mountains to the the seaside town of Whitby; you will also get to experience the supernatural world.

This engaging and creative piece of theatre is set shortly after 1897 and you will be introduced to Professor Abraham Van Helsing as he educates everyone about the actual events of Dracula through his first ever theatre tour. Forget everything you thought you knew about this so called fictional tale as Professor Van Helsing and three actors (who he has commissioned to help him) tell this true story through song, dance, soliloquy, shadow puppets and even some Victorian parlour tricks.

This event is directed by one of the UK's most exciting comedy directors, John Nicholson (Peepolykus), and is fun for children (over 8 years old) and adults.

We have a pair of tickets to give away to one lucky winner! To be in with a chance, click on our Contact Us section, fill in the details and in the 'Your Message' section write "Dracula Competition" and be sure to have liked the post on Facebook. The winner will be announced soon. Good luck!

Not a lucky winner? You can still buy tickets! They are £15 or £13 for concessions and are available here.


Article by:

Kelly Jobanputra

Kelly worked as a journalist for the BBC for 12 years before she changed careers and went into the field of marketing. Having worked at 6 Music for several years, she is passionate about many different genres of sound. Her other interests include theatre, comedy, books, food and days out with the family (she has a young daughter who is described as a "whirlwind of fun.") Kelly is married to Vik who is a true Bristolian to the core! She is also looking at starting a professional nutritional therapy course soon.