Enjoy our indoor craft and Christmas stalls in the Joseph Wright Hall from 12pm until 4pm, and in the Museum there’ll be mulled wine and mince pies and Barton’s only Victorian Father Christmas, with refreshments in the Old School Canteen.
This year we will stay open for hot drinks from 4pm to 7pm if you’re watching the lantern parade or joining in the carol singing.
PLEASE NOTE THERE WAS AN ERROR IN OUR 2019 EVENTS LEAFLET – which wrongly listed the date of the festival fair as 23 November. It should have said Saturday 30 November.
A haunting, paranormal force has gripped the town. The young Lucy Westenra is taken ill and psychiatrist Dr. Seward calls on his mentor Professor Van Helsing to advise. The Professor has a perplexing diagnosis – Lucy carries all the symptoms of a vampire’s latest victim.
So begins a frenzied stab at trying to uncloak Count Dracula as the vampire in their midst. Sadly, it gets quite “midsty” in Whitby at times…
Bram Stoker’s immortal horror story is given an affectionate lampooning in this physical, riotous comedy. Now, it is truly horrific.
Joseph Wright Hall – The Trust is currently seeking funding to upgrade access in the Hall. This performance is on the first floor – access is by stairs and stair lift only. Ground floor toilets with wheelchair access.
£8 / £28 (group of 4). To book – telephone Hambledon Productions (01472 870935) or call in / telephone the museum on 01652 63517