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(2h 20m)

Dracula (1931): In Concert

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Experience an evening of supernatural horror: an event screening of Dracula (1931) with live accompaniment by the Bristol Symphony Orchestra.

In this iconic adaptation of Bram Stoker’s classic gothic novel, the urbane and mysterious Count Dracula leaves his home deep in the Carpathian Mountains and travels to London to prey on the blood of living victims – chief among them Mina Seward, the daughter of a prominent doctor.

Dracula was an immediate sensation on its release, with Bela Lugosi’s captivating performance establishing the character of Count Dracula as a cultural phenomenon.

The screening will debut an original score by Sam Foster, performed live by the Bristol Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Robert Weaver.

Performed by the Bristol Symphony Orchestra
Conducted by Robert Weaver
Music by Sam Foster
Director Tod Browning 
Bela Lugosi
Helen Chandler
Edward Van Sloan
Dwight Frye
David Manners
Herbert Bunston


© 1931 Universal Studios. Renewed 1959 Universal Studios. All Rights Reserved.

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Pre-event Food & Drink

Enjoy delicious drinks and light bites from our Café Bar ahead of the event.

Available to pre-order when booking your tickets, you can choose from a selection of house drinks on arrival, accompanied by a board of bread, olives and dips (all Vegetarian). Just select which option – for one or two people – you would like, before checkout.

Your pre-ordered food and drink will be available to collect from the Café Bar from 60 minutes before the event. It’s the perfect way to begin your event experience at St George’s!