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Overview

Dracula: The Bloody Truth is the smash hit hilarious comedy, revealing the true story of the famous Count.

Taking you on a journey across Europe from the sinister Transylvanian mountains to the awkwardly charming seaside town of Whitby and into the world of the supernatural, educating us all on the perils of dealing with vampires. Book your tickets today… Your life may depend on it. And now a message from your narrator...


STOP! It is of vital importance that you stop what you’re doing and read this very carefully. Your life may depend on it…

You must have all heard by now of the recent novel, ‘Dracula’ that was released three years ago in 1897 by that dreadful man Bram Stoker, yes? I gave that money grabber, Mr Stoker, all of my research notes, letters, diary entries to write up to warn you...It wasn’t a fictional story at all, no! It was fact, true, real, I was there! I saw the madness, the supernatural. I saw the vampire.

Excuse me, allow me to introduce myself. My name is Professor Abraham Van Helsing, MD, D.Ph., D.Litt., etc, etc, of Amsterdam. I have put together a theatrical performance, along with three other actors I have hired, to warn you all of the dangers of vampires and how to deal with one if the situation arises. Now what are you waiting for?

It is imperative that you book your tickets right this instant! It’s a matter of life and death.

Ticket Information

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