'Unholy Trinity' - A Bram Stoker Commemoration at the Viking Theatre
Henry Irving managed and starred in many plays, especially Shakespeare, until 1902, at the Lyceum Theatre in London's West End, often engaging co-star Ellen Terry for that entire period of 24 years. Stoker worked there for nearly twenty years as business manager of the theatre, and Irving was Stoker's real-life inspiration for the character 'Count Dracula' in his now famous novel. Show starts at 8pm, doors open at 7:45. Tickets can be purchased at the door on the night or by calling 087-1129970. Tickets cost €10. Organised by the Stoker Dracula Organisation, this event is one in a series of events to commemorate the first half of his centenary year 2012.