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In the spring of 1893 Jonathan Harker, a young English solicitor, visits Castle Dracula in Transylvania for what he believes to be a routine deal with the nobleman Count Dracula. Harker soon realises that he is not a visitor at all, instead a prisoner to the deadly Dracula, who sets off to find Mina, HarkerPerformers Antony Bunsee (Dracula), Kenneth Gilbert (Van Helsing), Mark Healy (Arthur Seward), Linda Jane Holmes (Nurse Grice), Katherine Manners (Lucy Westeman), Dominc Marsh (Jonathan Harker), Matthew Sim (Renfield), Sarah Stanley (Florrie Hathersage), Poppy Tierney (Mina Westerman).
Book by Bram Stoker. Producer Derby Playhouse. Director Stephen Edwards. Director Uzma Hameed. Design Simon Holdsworth. Lighting Tina MacHugh. Director Kelvin Towse (music). Choreographer Caimin Collins. Sound Matt McKenzie. Other Kit Lane (video).
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