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New Vic Theatre Will Premiere A New Adaptation Of Angela Carter’s THE COMPANY OF WOLVES and New Play MARVELLOUS – Broadway World

A rare staging of an iconic fantasy horror, an uplifting new play about the life of an everyday hero, a dark comedy classic and a revival of one of their most Popular Productions make for an exciting spring season at the New Vic, announced today by the theatre. New Vic Artistic Director Theresa Heskins will follow up her critically acclaimed production of Dracula from 2015 with a rare, fully staged production of Angela Carter's iconic fantasy The Company of Wolves this spring Continue reading


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A fangtastic musical for kids on the Costa Blanca – Euro Weekly News

MOST children like to be scared a little bit and if you want somewhere to take them early in the New Year then the Grand Theatre of Elche is presenting the musical comedy Draculina on January 2 at 5pm. It evolves around Draculina, the sixtieth descendant of the Dracula family and her clumsy hunchbacked servant Igor. At first, the apparently evil Draculina wants to follow the family tradition and make a horror movie just like her ancestors, but Igors clumsiness makes her fail over and over again. Continue reading


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NC State lands commitments from kicker Ian Williams, wide receiver Chris Scott – Backing The Pack

With the December early signing period just around the corner, NC State has made two more additions to its 2020 class. Continue reading


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Drac & Jill review a supercharged helping of festive filth – The Guardian

A generalised power cut delayed curtain up(metaphorically speaking; there was no curtain between the two raised banks of seats and Ruby Spencer Pughs intriguing set, seemingly constructed from wooden pallets). Continue reading


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"Dracula": Get Thee to a Nunnery, Count! BBC One Releases Preview Images – Bleeding Cool News

With Steven Moffat (Doctor Who) and Mark Gatiss (Sherlock) highly-anticipated Dracula set to premiere as part of the BBCs New Years Day programming schedule, the network has released new preview images for theClaes Bang(The Girl in the Spiders Web, Borgen)-starrer. In the three-part drama, Bangs bloodthirsty count travels from 1897 Transylvania to wreak havoc against Victorian London with Draculas travels taking him through a nunnery Continue reading


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Some Things Of Interest To Gary Oldman Fans (2019-12-07) – Biology Reporter

Hey everyone! I have found some fun facts on Gary Oldman, current as of 2019-12-07. I personally am a big fan of Gary Oldman, so was eager to do some deep research into them. Lets get started! First how popular is Gary Oldman right now? Continue reading


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What Kind of Dracula Can We Expect From the Sherlock Creators? – Den of Geek US

Bram Stokers Draculawas not an instant hit in 1897 when it was first published, despite positive reviews. But the figure of the vampire himself has since become a cultural figure with a status few others have achieved Continue reading


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BBC One’s Dracula: Blood curdling new images reveal showdown with nuns – RadioTimes

The BBC has released bloody curdling brand new pictures from the upcoming three-part Dracula series, created by Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss and starring Claes Bang as the eponymous vampire. From the new cache of images, we learn that in the series Dracula visits a creepy-looking nunnery, but whether he goes there willingly or not is left to the imagination, particularly in this picture (above) where the blood-splattered vampire appears to be behind bars. However, in the below picture hes looking out over the assembled nuns is the stage set for a massacre? Continue reading


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Highlighters out: this is the TV to watch over Christmas and the New Year – Prospect

Claes Bang plays the Count in BBC Ones Dracula. Continue reading


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GIFFORD-JONES: Popcorn Disease: A new way to injure the lungs – Toronto Sun

Whats your secret for good health and longevity? I have been asked repeatedly on radio, TV, and in interviews. Continue reading


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