Manchester City Council

Dracula - The Blood Count of Heaton  

Feelgood celebrate their 25th anniversary in style!  Formed in 1994 they began their trademark outdoor promenade productions in 1996 and this year Heaton Park is set for a terrifying treat!

Heaton Park and Hall 24 July – 11 Aug 7.30pm. Matinee 8 Aug 2.30pm (no shows 28/29 July and 5 August).

Dracula is a brilliant, blood-curdling spectacle, which will surround audiences in an epic adventure of gothic horror and heart-stopping love that transcends time, the elements and even death.   Last year saw the tragic love story of Romeo and Juliet in the park and now Feelgood challenge you to walk amidst abandoned coffins and witness flying vampires and creatures of the night rising from their graves deep in the dark woods!  A contemporary re-imagining of Bram Stoker’s classic tale written especially for Heaton Park fused with hypnotic music, magic, dance and adventure and a surprising Manchester reveal. This is not for the faint hearted!

Suitable for ages 10+. Wheelchair accessible with strong pusher.

Adults £18 Concessions £15

Early Bird Family Ticket discount (online only - 2 adult 2 conc) until 1 June £55 then £60.

You can buy tickets online at: or in person from the Stables Café, Heaton Park.

For full information see

Please wear suitable shoes and clothing (rain does not stop play), bring something portable to sit on (blanket, fold up chair) and a torch for going home. 

No babies or dogs.

You will walk approx. ½ mile; end time approx. 10.15 pm.

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