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Doric Dracula to descend upon Glenlivet Hall this weekend

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Moray’s Glenlivet Hall will be host to a spookily spectacular vampire themed show with a Doric spin this Halloween weekend.

For its only Moray date, Doricula will be performed indoors in the Cairngorms venue this Saturday.

This date follows a succession of highly-rated outdoor performances at Slains Castle, near Cruden Bay in September.

The show is suitable for all little ghouls and goblins aged eight and over, with the show commencing at 7.30pm but tasty Halloween treats being available from 6.30pm.

Doricula revisits Bram Stoker’s classic gothic horror tale of the mysterious vampire, Count Dracula but with a Doric twist.

In the novel, Dracula resides in a grandiose Romanian castle, which was inspired by Slains Castle after Bram Stoker visited Cruden Bay in 1894.

The show is brought to life by the award-winning circus company Modo, based in Peterhead.

In just under an hour, they put on a fun-filled show that weaves elements of circus acts, fluorescent swinging clubs with a UV Cannon and street theatre to the sound of electrifying music.

Doug Nisbet, chairman of the Tomintoul and Glenlivet Development Trust, said: “We are delighted to bring this exciting live show to Moray. It’s not that often that circus skills can be seen amongst the hills of Glenlivet. It should be a great way for young and old to capture some excitement this Halloween.”

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