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The Empire Theatres, shake & stir theatre co and Queensland Performing Arts Centre present


by Bram Stoker
created and adapted by shake & stir theatre co


Another bloody classic.

The Gothic horror story swoops the country in a gripping, critically-acclaimed production created by shake & stir.

When young Lawyer Jonathan Harker visits Castle Dracula deep within the Carpathian mountains, he's not expecting the strange hospitality he receives from his mysterious host. Alone and trapped within the castle walls, Jonathan discovers that Dracula wants more than his presence at the dinner table - he might also be the main course. Leaving Jonathan for dead and his castle behind, Dracula travels to London on a quest for seduction, true love and above all - blood.

From the company behind the multi-award winning, national touring productions of 1984 and Animal Farm comes this new adaptation of Stoker's twisted tale.

This project is supported by The Playing Queensland Fund and arTour, initiatives of the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland, part of the Department of the Premier and Cabinet


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Fri, 11 Aug 2017 08:00 PM 11 Aug 08:00PM Buy Tickets
Empire Theatre

Empire Cardholder               $37.00

Adult                                       $45.00

Concession                            $41.00

Youth U25yrs                         $25.00

Groups 6+                              $41.00

School Groups 10+ $20 each with 11th free for supervising teacher

Adaptors Nelle Lee & Nick Skubij

Director Michael Futcher

Set Designer Josh McIntosh

Costume Designer Leigh Buchanan

Lighting Designer Jason Glenwright

Sound Designer / Composer Guy Webster

Fight Director / Movement Coach Nigel Poulton

Dramaturg Michael Futcher

Photo by Dylan Evans


Simulated violence, sexual and supernatural themes, haze and strobe lighting. 


100 minutes, no interval 

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