Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat have said any children staying up to watch their new adaptation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula will be “properly frightened” as it returns to the story’s Gothic traditions.
The BBC has released the first trailer for the new adaptation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula.
Moray's Glenlivet Hall will be host to a spookily spectacular vampire themed show with a Doric spin this Halloween weekend.
Sir Christopher Lee’s photographic archive has been donated to the British Film Institute (BFI), the organisation has announced.
Aberdeenshire villages will be treated to a fang-tastic stage show next month as the Northumberland Theatre Company presents Dracula, the Travesty.
An author who detailed Bram Stoker’s links with the north-east has been honoured with a lifetime membership of a group named after the Irishman’s greatest creation.
The great-grand nephew of Dracula author Bram Stoker has visited a number of locations made famous by his relative.
Mark Gatiss has contemplated writing a ghost story for the stage – which could be read by candlelight inside a church.
For a while at least, the north-east resort of Cruden Bay was almost as famous as Baden Baden, Bordeaux or Cannes.
A plaque has been installed at the north-east hotel where Bram Stoker began writing his most famous work.
Danish actor Claes Bang has landed the role of Dracula in a forthcoming BBC drama.
The hotel where Bram Stoker began writing Dracula is to be recognised with a special plaque celebrating the link.
An iconic north-east castle with links to author Bram Stoker is to keep its B-listed status.
A new book will offer a fresh insight into the links between Dracula author Bram Stoker and a north-east village.
The creators of Sherlock have confirmed their new BBC One drama will be called Dracula.
A decision on listed building status for the north-east castle that inspired Bram Stoker’s Dracula has been delayed.
A historic north-east castle which famously inspired Bram Stoker's novel Dracula could have its listed status revoked.
It was the inspiration for one of literature’s most famous creations.
A descendant of 19th century novelist Bram Stoker will visit the village which gave his ancestor the inspiration for his most famous work.
An exhibition which aims to uncover the hidden connections between the author of Dracula and the north-east has been backed by one of his surviving relatives.
A new exhibition will unveil Dracula's hidden connections with the north-east and Doric.
Developers behind a long-dormant bid to revive Count Dracula's north-east home are under fresh pressure to make progress with the development.
"Second visit to Port Errol. Delighted with everything and everybody. Hope to come again soon to The Kilmarnock Arms."