The Station Theatre is run by Hayling Island Amateur Dramatic Society (HIADS)
If you would like to get involved and appear on a real stage, then why not attend HIADS next Reading or Casting.
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The Hayling Island Station Theatre is run by HIADS (Hayling Island Amateur Dramatic Society). The Station Theatre puts on HIADS productions (plays and pantomimes) and also has productions by outside groups and performers as well as showing blockbuster films every month.
Next Station Theatre Event
NOTE: 7:30pm, £7
by Bram Stoker.
Dramatised for the stage by Hamilton Deane and John L Balderston.
Lucy Seward has been attacked by some mysterious illness. Dr Van Hesling, a specialist, believes that the girl is the victim of a vampire. The vampire is discovered to be a certain Count Dracula, whose ghost is at last laid to rest in a striking and novel manner.
This version of Dracula is generally considered among the best of its kind. Set wholly in 1920s England, this play has been cleverly re-crafted as a thrilling theatre experience and therefore varies in some details from the novel. When this play first opened in 1927 a uniformed nurse was ready to administer smelling salts to fainthearted patrons.
The Station Theatre,
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