If you’re thinking of seeing a show in Bristol this weekend, why not start off your October with a traditional Halloween tale? Jonathon Goddard stars in a retelling of the traditional tale of Dracula, performed at the Old Vic in Central Bristol. The performance starts at 7:30pm with a running time of 2 hours including an interval between the two acts.
With a team of ten dancers and a backing track from Bach, Mozart, Ligeti and Fred Frith, the company mixes up a huge variety of different dance styles and techniques to bring the classic tale of Dracula into a new light.
Presented by the Mark Bruce Company and produced by Tobacco Factory, the performance follows the devilish Vampire Count as his dark past and questionable motives challenge Victorian Society.
We see the struggles of the characters as they fight to face up against Dracula while at the same time having to confront their own ruthless and feral natures.
It promises to be a fantastic performance, blending talented storytelling with dance numbers in order to reinvent Bram Stoker’s traditional tale. Located just off Queen Square the old Vic is easy to get to by renting a coach or hiring a coach with our help.