The Scary Little Girls theatre company is taking what promises to be a wildly entertaining romp on the road, including a visit to the Lichfield Garrick theatre in February, following a sell-out run at the Edinburgh Festival last year.
The artist-led theatre company aims to actively promote the artistic work of women in all aspects of theatrical story-telling, and also seeks to tell stories and promote characters which are usually portrayed from one perspective only.
So it is that Dracula: The Kisses breaks completely new ground with an all-female cast of nine.
Packed with a wealth of vividly drawn and larger-than-life characters, the classic gothic story of Dracula takes off in unexpected and unimaginable directions.
Expect Dracula: The Kisses to be enriched with a wealth of new material, making the story both hauntingly familiar yet utterly unpredictable as it sets out to explore sexuality, religious values, politics and feminism.