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Dracula at the Dublin Writers Museum

A dramatized reading in costume of excerpts from Bram Stoker’s vampire horror story, Dracula. Based closely on Irish author Stoker’s original text, this solo piece is devised and performed by experienced performer Paul O’Hanrahan. Included are scenes of sensational drama such as Dracula’s encounters at his Transylvanian castle with Jonathan Harker and vampiric assaults in England on Lucy Westenra and Mina Harker. Gothic horror prevails: the climax, based on the pursuit and hunting down of Dracula, involves the destruction by Dr Van Helsing of the graves of the undead.

Date: Friday 20th April at 1:10pm (60 minutes duration)

Admission fee: €8/€6 for performance only or €13/€11 for combined museum entry and show

 
 

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