Gold Coasters dying to sink their teeth into some live entertainment will be able to once again enjoy a fang-tastic time at Dracula’s from next month.
The dinner theatre attraction will be reopen to the public on Friday 10 July, with an approved Covid-safe plan in place.
Shows will recommence on Friday and Saturday nights initially, with more shows to be added as demand increases.
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Performer Amber Dawn Finch told myGC said she is eager to get back on stage.
“We have been in rehearsals and training hard – we can’t wait to unleash ourselves onto the public again,” she said.
“It’s been tough couple of months, not for just for us as performers, but everyone at this amazing organisation.”
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As part of their Covid safe plan, Dracula’s will operate at a reduced capacity, with tables spread out inside the theatre to ensure appropriate social distancing.
Patrons will still be able to ride the ghost train upon arrival, with “Vaccine Vampires” on hand to clean it between rides, and dinner and drinks will be served via table service.
The giant medical mask covering the skull on the castle will also be “ripped from the building” ahead of the reopening.
For bookings and more information go to draculas.com.au