Wednesday, 3 October 2018

In Search of Dracula At The Lyceum Theatre

DC Editor Adam writes…


Under the columns at the front of the The Lyceum Theatre gazing at a full moon


Back in summer 2017 I spent a lovely afternoon spooking the London cast of the Lion King on a tour of the hidden corners of their MOST haunted theatre…



What we do in the shadows… that's me on the right regaling the Lion King cast in the royal box with tales of severed heads 


The Lyceum Theatre – home to the Lion King since 1999 – was once managed by Bram Stoker, the author of the Dracula.

He is remembered, along with actors Ellen Terry and Henry Irving with an ominous-looking, appropriately tomb-like dedication at the rear of the theatre…



Given that it's Halloween Season, this post hansels a month's worth of spooky goings on here at The Daily Constitutional. Those of you who know me know how much I love leading my Ghost Walks. Those of you who don't know me will probably want to take a little sabbatical from this blog until the 1st November!



Here's what we got up to at the Lyceum…







Join me on a Ghosts of the Old City Tour this October. I'm leading the tour on Tuesdays 9th, 23rd & 30th October & Saturdays 6th, 13th & 27th October. Book here…






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