“. . . Jonathan Goddard’s interpretation of the title role is entirely free of cliché. No swirling cape, no Christopher Lee, no Hammer horror. Instead, in a performance that skillfully conveys both muscularity and vulnerability, he portrays a creature trapped and tortured by the very powers that make him so dangerous. . . Dracula is dance theatre at its very best, full of memorable images. The first night played to a packed house, and I suspect that tickets for the few remaining days will be scarce, but do get to see it if you can.
3rd -12th October. We will be covering many of the theatre related events including Sheila Hancock (10 Oct), Michael Frayn (7…Read more →