The fellowship’s run at the Exeter Northcott received multiple five-star reviews and critical acclaim from both press and audiences. If you missed it at the Northcott now’s your prospect, with the production taking place on Saturday, June 3, at 7pm. Dracula: the Bloody Truth, will take audiences on a cruise across Europe from the dark and sinister Transylvanian mountains to the... Formed in 2007, the award-winning Le Navet Bete are artists in sojourn at the Exeter Phoenix and last year became associate artists at the Exeter Northcott Theatre. This will be the third show they have brought to The Beehive Honiton, eventually year delighting audiences with The Wonderful Wizard of Oz and in 2015 the hilarious Dick Tracy. Directed by one of the UK’s most charming comedy directors, John Nicholson (Peepolykus) and designed by Phil Eddolls (Mark Bruce Company, Improbable Place) Dracula: The Bloody Truth promises to have the vampires back in the ground and leave... Source: www.midweekherald.co.uk
Directed by one of the UK's most alluring comedy directors, John Nicholson (Peepolykus) and designed by Phil Eddolls (Mark Bruce Company, Ridiculous Theatre) Dracula: The Bloody Truth promises to have the vampires back in the ground and leave
Phil Eddolls doesn't like labels. “I just industry in theatre,” he says. Having designed sets for theatre, ballet, site-specific performances and at least one daze gig, he is a man of many parts. Now working on the Crime and Punishment musical at the Scoop
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