Abbey Theatre, Monday 30th November - Saturday 23rd January

The Abbey Theatre’s winter offering will see Irish playwright Sarah Hanly adapt Bram Stoker’s timeless and terrifying classic Dracula for the Abbey stage – but not as you know it.

A world premiere conceived and directed by Graham McLaren, the immersive production will be performed live by an actor, whose voice will be underscored and accompanied by a complete, binaural sound design.

A socially distanced audience will embark on a frightening journey into one of the world’s most compelling horror stories – seated alone, wearing headphones and a blindfold, immerse yourself in this intimate sensational experience for the ears and the imagination.

We’re busy preparing to safely welcome back our artists, staff and audiences to the building. This includes:

• Mandatory face masks
• Implementing 2m distancing from each seat in place
• Operating general admission – you’ll be directed to your allocated seat by our front of house team
• Using e-tickets where possible, which should be displayed on your phone
• Tickets cannot be sold at the box office
• Floor markings to aid social distancing
• Contactless payments are preferred, with the spending limit increasing to €50
• Providing table service only in our bars
• Reducing our bathroom capacity, with maximum signage displayed

Monday 30th November - Saturday 23rd January
€20-€30 / Conc. €15-€25
Abbey Theatre, Abbey Street Lower, Northside, Dublin 1, Ireland

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