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Mark Bruce Company
in association with Tobacco Factory Theatre,
Pavilion Dance and Wilton’s Music Hall present
"The Count has been resurrected in many forms but rarely as effectively as Bruce's dance/theatre version... Give blood for a ticket”
Directed and Choreographed
by Mark Bruce
The Express ★★★★★
"... of all the vampire dances I've seen, his goes most deeply and most terrifyingly into the bodies and souls of the undead... Bruce and his extraordinarily gifted dancers and design team navigate the material with near-hallucinatory dexterity. The smoky, candlelit atmosphere of Wilton's Music Hall is clearly the ideal venue for this show" The Guardian ★★★★
far the best thing that Bruce has ever done – a real breakthrough
work... I'd be surprised if I saw a more entertaining piece of dance
theatre this year. Kill for a ticket.” The Observer ★★★★
"Welcome to my house. Come freely. Go safely; and leave something of the happiness you bring.”
In the run up to Halloween this year, Jonathan Goddard will play the infamous Vampire Count, whose sinister and ruthless ambitions challenge the very fabric of Victorian society. Join him at Wilton's, the last surviving Victorian Grand Music Hall, as his victims and opponents rally against him forced to face the darkness and savagery within themselves.
Bruce's company of ten exceptional dancers bring Bram Stoker's haunting, erotic tale to life in a heart wrenching and magical dance theatre production. Featuring an eclectic mix of music from Bach and Mozart to Ligeti and Fred Frith, Bruce explores choreographic styles ranging from the subtlety of classical etiquette to visceral contemporary dance.
Last year, the Mark Bruce Company brought Made in Heaven
to Wilton's. Since then our relationship with Tobacco Factory Theatre and Mark Bruce Company has grown exponentially and we are delighted to be co-producing this unique production of Dracula
is lit by Guy Hoare, designed by Phil Eddolls with costumes by Dorothee Brodrueck, puppets and masks by Pickled Image and make-up by Jyn San.
"There’s no other British choreographer producing work quite like it.”
The Guardian (on Made in Heaven
★★★★ Independent (on Made in Heaven
Age guidance: 14+
Running time: 1 hour 50mins (incl. 20 min interval)