Written by John and James Kielty and directed by Tony Cownie, this year’s Oran Mor Summer Panto is Dracula Revamped, and features BAA’s Angela Darcy as Dame Igorette.
DRACULA IS PAN-BREID! Or IS he? For MINA is turning into a VAMPIRE and JONATHAN is worried. Returning to Transylvania, they find DAME IGORETTE in a wretched state: with no VAMPIRE to terrorise the village, tourism has dwindled. There’s only one thing for it: resurrect DRACULA… just long enough to break the spell over MINA and bring back the tourists. But the Calculating Count has other ideas: once re-incarnate, he kidnaps MINA and flees to Weegieland – where the sun never shines! JONATHAN and IGORETTE must unite and defeat DRACULA before MINA becomes his vampire bride forever…
Cast: Darren Brownlie, Angela Darcy, George Drennan & Ashley Smith.
Performances| 2nd – 20th July | Mondays – Saturdays
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