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Beech Walk,Crayford, Kent DA1 4NP. Phone: 01322 526390
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The Geoffrey Whitworth is a public theatre with over 1700 members, founded in 1948. The theatre has a raked auditorium seating 150, a large proscenium stage, a fully licensed bar, two foyers, a rehearsal studio, large dressing rooms and plentiful on-site parking. We produce ten or eleven productions annually, each usually lasting for 8 nights, including a Youth Group Production. We at the Geoffrey Whitworth are proud of our reputation for presenting high quality drama.

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GWT Youth Group Play

Dracula

by David Calcutt from Bram Stoker

2nd to 4th April 2015

This haunting interpretation of Bram Stoker’s gothic masterpiece retains all the myth, intrigue and suspense of when it was originally written yet is replayed directly to you on the stage. Told through a mixture of narration and action, “Dracula” tells the tale of the Transylvanian Count who travels to Victorian England thirsting for blood and supreme power. Captivated by the beautiful Mina Murray, Dracula is drawn to feed on a group of men and women, who desperately seek the help of the vampire hunter Professor Van Helsing. Using vivid characterisation, mask, shadow puppetry and haunting a cappella singing, the performers will breathe new life into the terrifying world of the elusive Count Dracula.


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From the Archive
10 Years Ago
26th March to 2nd April 2005
The Birthday Party
The Birthday Party
by Harold Pinter
20 Years Ago
30th March to 1st April 1995
Henrys Back
Henrys Back
by Ben Cooper
30 Years Ago
13th to 20th April 1985
Educating Rita
Educating Rita
by Willy Russell
40 Years Ago
19th to 26th April 1975
Say Goodnight To Grandma
Say Goodnight To Grandma
by Colin Welland
50 Years Ago
8th to 15th May 1965
Love For Love
Love For Love
by William Congreve
60 Years Ago
24th to 26th March and 29th March to 2nd April 1955
A Pound On Demand
A Pound On Demand
by Sean O'Casey
Some other Past Productions