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Interview: Biting into Dracula: The Untold Story

Andrew Quick of Imitating The Dog on bringing a grapic novel to the stage

Episode 4 in our podcast interview series sees us moving outside of London for the first time, to chat to Andrew Quick, Artistic Director of Imitating The Dog. The company whose stated aims are:

we are most interested in telling stories. We create beautiful, memorable images for audiences, and the work fuses live performance with digital technology, in order to serve the story in the best possible way. The work is always fresh and often surprising. We take risks.

The podcast features the full version of the interview. An edited version was originally broadcast on our Runn Radio show on 15 September 2021.

You can follow us on Spotify or Itunes (plus many other other podcast providers) for future editions of our interview series. Further information can be found on our Podcast here

Dracula: The Untold Story tours to the following venues. Further dates are possible though, so do check Imitating The Dog’s website for updates.

Leeds Playhouse

25 Sept – 9 Oct at 7.45pm

(Mat: 30 Sept & 7 Oct at 2pm and 2 & 9 Oct at 2.30pm)

Box office: 0113 213 7700   www.leedsplayhouse.org.uk

Tickets on sale: NOW

Liverpool Playhouse

12-16 Oct at 7.30pm

(Mat: 14 at 1.30pm & 16 at 2pm)


Tickets on sale: NOW

Derby Theatre

19-23 Oct at 7.30pm

(Evenings at 7.30pm & Wed 20th & Sat 23rd at 2.30pm)


Box Office: 01332 593939

Tickets on sale: 6 Aug

Dukes Lancaster

29 & 30 Oct at 7.30pm

(Mat: 30 at 2.30pm)

Box office: 01524 598500 (From 21 May)    www.dukeslancaster.org

Tickets on sale: NOW

Watford Palace Theatre

2-6 Nov at 7.30pm

(Mat: 4 & 6 at 2.30pm)


Tickets on sale: NOW

Mercury Theatre, Colchester

9 & 10 Nov at 7.30pm

(Mat: 10 at 2.30pm)

Box office: 01206 573948   www.mercurytheatre.co.uk

Tickets on sale: NOW

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