Dracula in Space
28th – 30th July 2021.
Forget everything you think you know about string quartets; Bowjangles is an irreverent, anarchic group of genre spanners, bringing music, theatre and comedy together in a way you’ve never seen before.
In this brand new show for 2021, the intrepid foursome are blasting off into outer space to meet a mysterious benefactor, whose proposition seems a little too good to be true. But what happens when their lead violinist starts to act a little strangely?
The award winning, internationally acclaimed quartet – who seem to have taken ‘hands, face, space’ a little too literally – proudly present their new sci-fi horror musical comedy “Dracula in Space” (WARNING: Contains scenes of graphic violins).
To ensure the health and safety of all audience members, performers and theatre staff and reduce the risk of Covid-19 cross-contamination we regret that any latecomers will not be permitted into the Theatre.
The rules keep changing but we are now able to allow you to remain in the building after last orders, which is nomally just before 10pm, until the Bar closes its doors. The theatre will normally shut its doors by 10pm, but you are welcome to remain in the Bar to chat until closing time, which is normally around 10.30pm.
Please ensure you bring and wear a mask in the theatre or purchase one from the box office. Please be advised that if anyone attending shows signs of being unwell or receives a temperature test that indicates they may be affected by Covid19, the venue reserves the right to refuse admission in the interests of health and safety of all patrons in the theatre.
Temperature checks are being taken at point of entry and you are also required to either provide your contact details for track and trace or scan the QR code linked to the NHS tracking app.
Please note all seating purchases are final and refunds in part or in whole cannot be made if you or a member of your party is unable to attend or is refused entry due to late arrival or as a result of a high temperature check or showing symptoms associated with Covid-19. Thank you for your patience and understanding.