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Halloween screening of Dracula by Northern Ballet comes to cinemas in Kent

He’s one of literature’s most sinister creatures - and he’s coming to cinemas on Halloween.

Northern Ballet’s Dracula is based on the iconic Bram Stoker novel and sees the famous vampire travel to England after becoming transfixed on a vision of the innocent Mina.

Dracula will be broadcast live
Dracula will be broadcast live

Unable to curb his dangerous desires, Dracula terrorises a town, and as Mina realises she is powerless to resist Dracula’s lure, the pair succumb to their mysterious lust, before the hunter becomes the hunted.

The ballet, which was at the Marlowe Theatre in Canterbury earlier this month, will be Northern Ballet’s first live cinema broadcast, and will be screened on Thursday, October 31.

Principal dancer Javier Torres, who plays Dracula, said: “This one for Dracula is going to be special - it’s live and it’s on Halloween.”

The screening by CinemaLive will be at 7.15pm. Book and find a screening at draculalivecinema.com

Northern Ballet will present Dracula Picture: Justin Slee
Northern Ballet will present Dracula Picture: Justin Slee

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