Dracula Production Shots
by Bram Stoker in a new adaptation by Ross McGregor produced by Arrows & Traps Theatre
“Listen to the children of the night. What sweet music they make.”
Immortal only as long as he is able to drink the blood of the living, Count Dracula has come to London. Setting his sights on Mina Murray, he embarks on a blood-fuelled path of seduction and devastation. As Mina begins to hear the music of the night, her fiancé Jonathan Harker and Professor Van Helsing must race to defeat Dracula, before it is too late.
This brand-new stage adaptation based on Bram Stoker’s monumental, genre-defining Gothic horror classic is brought to irresistible life as a spine-chilling masterpiece of fear.
Eight-time Off West End Award Nominated Arrows & Traps Theatre return to the Jack this Halloween after their sold-out run of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein last year, and their critically-acclaimed recent production of The White Rose.
Press for this production
this is theatrical storytelling of the highest calibre… Arrows & Traps have, once again, breathed wonderful new life into a classic with a production full of surprises, thrills and chills. Get a ticket while you can. ★★★★★ Fairy Powered Productions
The acting throughout the company is top notch… All in all a wonderful night in the theatre. I urge you to see this production. ★★★★★ London Pub Theatres
As Halloween approaches, I can think of no finer way to start the season than a trip out to the Jack Studio Theatre and watch this excellent show. ★★★★★ Last Minute Theatre Tickets
hugely ambitious and wildly engaging… Arrows & Traps Dracula is blood-curdling good. ★★★★ Stage Review
A quirky interpretation of a classic, with curiously comedic nuances and gory details aplenty ★★★★ Everything Theatre
a brilliant piece of storytelling. Devilishly good entertainment from Arrows & Traps – don’t miss it. Theatre Things
Fearlessly inventive… marvellously vivid Ought to be Clowns
Perfect Halloween fare The Upcoming
Nominated for THREE Off West End Awards:
MALE PERFORMANCE IN A SUPPORTING ROLE: Alex Stevens FEMALE PERFORMANCE IN A SUPPORTING ROLE: Cornelia Baumann SET DESIGNER: Francine Huin-Wah