Dracula

” There have been numerous productions of Dracula over the years, creatively conceived and generally well staged, but few have drawn so effectively from the timing of Bram Stoker’s novel and the Victorian era of change…Paul Kevin-Taylor plays the Count with a frighteningly credible supernatural aura “

The Stage

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” with great clarity and theatrical ingenuity, its cast of five doubling and trebling to strong effect, as the production’s atmosphere by turn grips and begins to taut…a production that really should be seen “

What’s On Stage

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” a show with plenty to enjoy. Ingeniously presented…some genuinely chilling moments, including one particularly spectacular theatrical illusion that brought first gasps of disbelief, then a spontaneous burst of applause “

The Good Review

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” a wickedly innovative version of Dracula…Over the last nine years Blackeyed Theatre has been building a reputation for quality story-telling laced with originality, and their latest production is no exception. Sticking faithfully to Bram Stoker’s original Gothic horror novel, but playing with performance style Blackeyed Theatre has created a show which is entertaining for both its story-telling and theatrics in equal measure “

Reading Post

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“ To say the five cast members were multi-talented is a huge understatement. Singing, playing instruments and all taking on more than one role, this quintet was awesome to behold. Their interaction with the climbing frame-esque set and one another was flawless. Their energy was infectious ”

North Devon Journal

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” one of the most innovative and gripping theatre performances I’ve seen “

The Thread

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” unique, immersive and totally mesmerising…a thrilling, fast- moving show 

The Public Reviews

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” Bloody marvellous “

Yorkshire Times

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“ a perfect pre-Halloween spectacle…as I did when I caught Blackeyed’s ‘Teechers’ I left the theatre mightily impressed…Dracula’ saw Blackeyed on top form once again…Spinechillingly spooktacular 

Berwick Advertiser

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” a remarkable evening that gradually won over a restless audience, and ended with a standing ovation that included what may be the only two Goths in Northumberland “

The Supernatural Tales

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” Dracula finds fresh blood “

Stephen Oliver

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“ A mesmerising piece of theatre ”

Newark Advertiser

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” Dracula had me on the edge of my seat and I’m sure the nightmares are to follow “

Northern Lights

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” Intensely thrilling 

Daily Echo

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” A faithful and compelling adaptation that flows from beginning to end “

The Revolve

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” charged with eroticism, profound terror, pathos and humour “

The Latest

“ Chillingly good 

Greenwich Mums

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