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Dracula – Dental dangers in the dark

Published on 16. Juli 2015, 10:47 h
From July 20 until July 25 always at 8 pm at lecture hall 7

The English Drama Group of Bielefeld University presents William McNulty’s adaptation of the horror classic Dracula, produced by Angie Starczyk. Performances will take place every night from Monday, July 20 to Saturday, July 25, at 8 p.m. at lecture hall 7. The performances will be in English. Admission is free.


The setting: Bedlam-by-the-sea, England, around 1890. Strange things are happening in the small remote village. Live people disappear, dead people return and the dogs howling the whole day. The nameless evil makes no exception for Dr Thomas Seward, head of the local asylum.  His fiancée dies of inexplicable blood loss, his assistant appears to be possessed and his patients have developed a disturbing liking for living food. Desperate to bring light into the darkness, he asks Professor van Helsing, an expert for exotic illnesses and occult outlandishness, for assistance. Together they try to solve the deadly mystery. But whom can they trust? And what’s it all got to do with that enigmatic count who recently moved into the old Carfax Abbey? What was his name again? Dracula…?

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