Paul Levy talks to Gary Sefton from TrueStory Theatre about Bram Stoker’s Dracula whihc premieres at the Spire in Brighton, UK. Writer, director and performer brings new work after the perennial sell-out success of A Christmas Carol. There are some parallels of forgiveness and redemption in both Dickens’ tale and Stoker’s. Performed in the traverse, be prepared to be scared and also to be immersed in a gripping tale, performed in a unique and very apt venue. (Tickets and show details are here).
“He appears like a fog, but only at night, lusting for blood… and fearing daylight This Halloween, join TRUESTORY for an evocative, thrilling and haunting tale of a cursed man’s eternal search for true love and world domination Set in the atmospheric Spire, this new adaptation of Bram Stoker’s chilling classic by Gary Sefton combines physical, fast-paced storytelling with the company’s bold and exciting style…”