Dracula wings his way to Crich

Beware. He is coming. Keep your windows locked and gather in the garlic.

Beware. He is coming. Keep your windows locked and gather in the garlic.

Dracula, the blood-sucking vampire created by Bram Stoker, is heading for the Glebe Field Centre, Crich, on Saturday, March 14.

Blood and bats. Garlic and gore. Lunatics and flies. Sexy lady vampires. Coffins, crypts and Count Dracula himself, played by actor David Mynne. All these ingredients are simmering in a new adaptation of this gothic pot-boiler, written by Andrew McPherson and directed by Simon Harvey.

This monstrous, disturbing and completely batty tale of dark deeds and the Undead will thrill and seduce you with a blend of mesmerising acting and delightfully daft drama.

The production is suitable for adults and young people, aged 12 years and above.

Tickets £10 in advance and £12 on the night for over 16s or £7.50 in advance and £8.50 on the night for 12s to 16s. To book, contact 01773 853260.