I'll post a review in the next day or so, but if you see one show this autumn, see this one. Mark Bruce's "Dracula" is the most claustrophobic, atmospheric work I've seen in years. The staging and imagery is remarkable. It's full of excellent performances, including by Jonathan Goddard as the Count.
Plus, it's on at Wilton's, the oldest surviving music hall in the country, dating from 1850, when the theatre was attached to three terrace houses and a pub. It's the perfect venue.
Do go! Wilton's Music Hall: Dracula