Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Monday, 2 December 2019 at 9am
A tale of forbidden passion
Thrilling and seducing countless generations, Bram Stoker’s classic gothic tale lives on in this dramatic neo-classical ballet. Premiered in 2018 by West Australian Ballet, acclaimed Polish choreographer Krzysztof Pastor brings to life the dark and sensuous story of Dracula as he tries to reunite with his one true love, Mina. Driven by unbridled passion, Dracula unleashes a reign of terror in his pursuit of love.
Featuring a dramatic musical score composed by Wojciech Kilar, composer for the 1992 film, Bram Stoker’s Dracula, and sets and costumes by acclaimed international designers, Dracula will take you on a spellbinding journey across centuries and into a dark world where true love never dies.
Choreographer Krzysztof PastorComposer Wojciech KilarMusical Arrangement Michael BrettConductor Nigel GaynorMusic performed by Camerata – Queensland’s Chamber OrchestraCostume and Set Designer Phil R. Daniels and Charles Cusick SmithLighting Designer Jon Buswell
$100 - $115**a transaction fee of $7.20 applies per transaction. Selected ticket delivery methods may incur an additional charge.
^Full Pensioners, QLD Government Seniors Card, Industry (MEAA) Members, Full-time students over 30, Unemployed. National Seniors Card not applicable.^^Aged 30 years old or under at the time of booking, ID required^^^13 years or under at time of booking – children aged 18 months and over must hold a ticket^^^^2 adults and 2 children(*a transaction fee of $7.20 applies per transaction. Selected ticket delivery methods may incur an additional charge. The minimum price listed may be available for selected performances only. Please see Pricing Guide for further details.)
Great discounts available for groups of 8+1 free ticket with every 8 tickets purchased
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Great discounts available for School groups of 10+1 teacher free of charge per 10 students
A schools only performance will take place on Wednesday, 20 May 2020 at 12:30pm. Recommended for students in secondary school.
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2 hours and 5 min(includes two intervals, subject to change without notice)
Parental guidance is recommended.