Sherlock Holmes and the Vampyres of London
 London 1887. When the mortal remains of a young aristocrat vanish in the dead of night from Brompton Necropolis, Sherlock Holmes is no sooner asked to investigate than a second mystery presents itself – a beautiful heiress afflicted by unaccountable night terrors; her vitality slipping away.
As these two strange cases resolve into one, Holmes and his steadfast companion, Dr. John Watson, are plunged into a hidden London of grave-robbing grotesques, murderous Szgany gypsies, and demonic possession that obscures a diabolical conspiracy to overthrow the Crown itself.
Theatre Workshop Coulsdon’s ripping homage to late Victorian gothic pits two of fiction’s most enduring characters against each other. Sherlock Holmes: arch-rationalist and dogged embodiment of British pluck and all-round brilliance, versus Dracula: carnal epitome of untrammelled lust – evil, hypersexualized, and downright foreign.
But in the fog-shrouded metropolis where nothing is what it seems, which colossus of literary legend will triumph in this savage, epochal battle of wits?
Tickets: Adults £10:00
....Concessions £ 7:00 (Concessions are Children, Students in Full Time Education & Seniors (60+)) 
Coulsdon Community Centre
Coulsdon Community Centre is located on Barrie Close, just off Chipstead Valley Road. For Sat Nav purposes, the post code is CR5 3BE.

From Coulsdon: it is on your right approximately 300 yards after St Aidan's Church.

From Chipstead/Banstead: it is to your left 100 yards after the BP Petrol Station.

The 166 bus stops close by (Coniston Road stop) and the nearest railway station is Woodmansterne on the Tattenham Corner line.

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