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Fang-tastic theatre dinner now booking for Halloween!

Countess Dracula dines out...

Fancy a bite out this Halloween?

Fearful favourites Victorian specialist theatre company “Don’t Go into the Cellar!” are bringing a Halloween horror show that’s good enough to eat to The Old Joint Stock Theatre in Birmingham this October 31st.

Fright Bites will be hosted by Countess Dracula, and is a theatre-dinner event where audiences can enjoy some frighteningly good theatre in-between a three-course meal.

The intimate venue is purportedly haunted too, but company director Rachel Green hopes the pub’s resident ghost won’t be putting in an appearance. “Although if he does,” Rachel says, “I’m sure we could make him a plate of ghoul-ash, and they serve spirits downstairs in the bar!”

Tickets for this frightfully unique evening cabaret and dinner evening are available now by contacting The Old Joint Stock Theatre on 0121 200 0946 or online: www.oldjointstocktheatre.co.uk

Don’t miss this truly fang-tastic event!

The acclaimed theatre troupe will return to the Old Joint Stock in time for Christmas on December 17th with an Edwardian music hall variety show entitled A Very Marie Xmas! The evening will be hosted by the “Queen of the Music Halls”, Marie Lloyd, and she will be joined by a glittering array of some of the era’s best-known singers and comedians – or at least, performers playing them!

Don’t Go Into The Cellar specializes in Victorian and Edwardian chillers, Sherlock Holmes adventures and music hall variety shows. As Halloween approaches, the company is set to perform a slew of different shows across the Midlands region.

Further details of all other shows around Halloween and beyond can be found on the theatre company’s website, www.dontgointothecellar.com or by contacting Company Director Rachel Green on 0777 2 572 060. Alternatively, please email thebestcellar@gmail.com

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