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Indoor Theatre - 'Charles Dickens A Feast of Festive Frighteners'
Tel: +44(0)115 9895555
Nottingham Castle has introduced a series of Indoor Theatre productions to its event calendar this year - with the first show taking place on Friday 2 November.
Following on from the success of the summer's Outdoor Theatre, a series of fantastic Indoor Theatre shows, from classic chills to Christmas joy, will take place in the stunning Long Gallery at the Nottingham Castle.
On Saturday 1 December, Don't Go Into The Cellar Theatre company give their own take on a Charles Dickens classic. 'Charles Dickens A Feast of Festive Frighteners' is a splendidly spooky collection of ghost stories, vengeful skeletons and macabre frights. It's the night before Christmas Eve, and Bob Cratchit makes one final effort to make Ebenezer Scrooge mend his ways....
Performances start at 7pm and tickets are £10 for adults and £8 for concessions. To book contact the Theatre Royal Box Office on 0115 989 5555.
The first production takes place on Friday 2 November and is titled 'Dracula Walks The Night'. Don't Go Into The Cellar Theatre company base the show in London, 1988, where a spate of bloody crimes in the East End has terrified the kingdom. But the murders mask an even greater threat to the British Empire, for the infamous Lord of the Undead, Count Dracula, has returned to exact a dreadful vengeance on his nemesis, Van Helsing! Will the vampire succeed in transforming the entire nation into bloodsucking creatures of the night, or can the world's greatest detective help Van Helsing to thwart his horrifying schemes.
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