Following government, council and sector advice, we have taken the decision to cancel all upcoming talks, events, children’s activities and guided tours until 31st May. If you have already booked a place we will be in touch shortly to discuss a refund.
Thursday 26 March 2020
Doors open 7pm, Performance starts at 7.30pm, interval with cash bar.
Henry Irving is dead.
In life, he was the greatest actor of the Victorian age. Queen Victoria knighted him. Oscar Wilde applauded him. Shakespeare lived through him. And Bram Stoker was inspired by him – to write the horror classic Dracula.
But Henry Irving is dead and Dracula is very much alive. A state of affairs that Irving will not accept.
Follow Irving’s restless spirit as he relates his story of obsessive artistic devotion, Gothic transformation, and doomed love. The story of a man who could never escape his monsters – even in death.
Join award-winning actor James Swanton in this thrilling one-man play, dedicated to his long-term passion Sir Henry Irving.
To purchase a ticket call 01202 451820, visit the Welcome Desk or buy online here.
Seats are unallocated, please let us know if you have any access or seating requirements.
26th March 20 - 26th March 20