Five hundred years ago, founding fathers built a log church in a small village deep in the heart of Transylvania where, 400 years on, the villagers still worship. When Eveline, the lop-faced daughter of a leading family, elopes with Vadim, the crippled son of a Roma dancing clan, the little village is sent into a frenzy. Only the priest, Father Nandru, is aware that just around the corner a far more dangerous threat is lurking, and that this community must put their differences aside if anything is to survive into the future.
Welcome to my house. Come freely. Go safely; and leave something of the happiness you bring.
Jonathan Goddard plays the infamous Vampire Count, whose sinister and ruthless ambitions challenge the very fabric of Victorian society. As his victims and opponents rally against him they must face the darkness and savagery within themselves.
The award winning song cycle Ten Plagues arrives at Wilton’s following it's hugely successful premiere at Edinburgh’s Festival Fringe in August 2011.
Based on eye-witness accounts of the 1665 London Plague, Ten Plagues depicts an incredible journey through London in the midst the most deadly Plague imaginable. A one-man solo sung performance by Marc Almond, Ten Plagues brings together the worlds of music, theatre and opera in a deeply moving and profoundly relevant piece of theatre.