Fun, fangs and other fab treats - a delight.


If you wanted to experience pure pantomime, with all the traditional audience participation, then you should have been here! We had noises off, slapstick and a bewildering series of costume changes, all involving only two performers. With slick interchanging of characters by Pat Abernethy, complete with classic stand-up gags, and Dave Marsden who played all the music and still managed to direct Pat's repartee, this was a real treat.


A remarkable example of high professional skills, witty writing and easy rapport between stage and audience when actors understand thier craft. Pat Abernethy and Dave Marsden expertly played this spoof version of the celebrated horror story as though it was the easiest and most natural thing to do. Pace, comic timing, and total commitment to the business in hand combined with a sense of humour enable them in effect to say, 'This is very silly of course, but it's really great fun, isn't it?'... It was all done in a style that could not have been bettered.



Bram Stoker's chilling gothic masterpiece has been transformed into a fast, furious and funny show. Dracula makes perfect pantomime fare...  A warm, funny show with spooky classics such as Bat Out Of Hell, Bad Moon Rising and In The Midnight Hour etc.


This is an hilarious pantomime style show on the Bram Stoker novel. The players kept the audience in stitches for an hour and twenty minutes. At the end, an enthusiastic curtain call brought the players onto the floor again. The evening was a wonderful pre Christmas treat - such a brilliant idea.

Andy Cookson, Minima Yacht Club


"Thank you so much for a wonderful evening. I first saw this show a number of years ago but it was even better this time round. You both make it look so effortless."

"I absolutely loved the show, it was a tonic."

"My ribs are aching from all the laughter."

"I love everything you do but I think this maybe the best - it was original, clever and great fun."

"The whole family had a whale of a time. We've seen lots of pantos and this one is the best."

This 'ISOSCELES' production opened at the Yvonne Arnaud Mill Studio in Guildford in June 2004; it has proved to be a highly energetic success and is hugely popular with all ages. Being a spoof on the Dracula story, done in panto style, there is definitely something for everyone. With just a cast of two playing all the parts, that gives a clue as to how light-hearted the show is; and there are some great songs too!


The show has already been seen at:

The Brewhouse Theatre, Taunton

Wilde Theatre, Bracknell (2007, 2007)

Yvonne Arnaud Mill Studio, Guildford (2004, 2007, 2019)

Belfast Opera House Baby Grand

The Riverside Theatre, Coleraine (2005, 2006,2009)

Market Place Theatre, Armagh

Island Arts Centre, Lisburn

Dragon Theatre, Barmouth

Queens Theatre, Hornchurch

Neeld Theatre Chippenham

The Space Arts Centre, London

The Square Chapel, Halifax

Ifield Barn,Crawley

Underground Theatre, Eastbourne

Sleaford Playhouse

Wimbledon Studio Theatre (2012, 2013)

Eden Court Theatre, Inverness

Eastgate Theatre, Peebles

Maltings Theatre, Berwick

Arts Guild, Greenock

Regal Theatre, Bathgate

East Kilbride Arts Centre

Birnam Arts Centre, Dunkeld

North Edinburgh Arts Centre

Haddington Festival

Ardhowen Theatre, Enniskillen

Crescent Arts Centre, Belfast

The Old Courthouse, Antrim

Motherwell Civic Centre

Courtyard Theatre, Newtownabbey (2006, 2009, 2014)

Newry Arts Centre, N. Ireland

Roe Valley Arts Centrs, Limavady, N. Ireland

The Theatre, Newcastle, N. Ireland (2009, 2014)

Adam Smith Theatre, Kirkcaldy

Palace Theatre, Kilmarnock

Derry Playhouse

Rosehill Theatre, Whitehaven

The Stables, Hastings

Norden Farm Arts Centre, Maidenhead

Epsom Playhouse Studio

Limelight Arts Centre, Aylesbury

Sarah Thorne Theatre, Broadstairs (2009,2013)

Palace Theatre, Halstead

Eccleshall School, Norfolk

The Well Theatre, Moffat

Lochgelly Arts Centre

Alloa Town Hall

Colour House Theatre, Merton Abbey Mills, London

Coombe Wood Tennis Club, Kingston upon Thames

Kingston Boat Club, Kingston Upon Thames

Windlesham School Theatre, Sussex

Golf Club, Cushendall, N. Ireland

Sheskburn Centre, Ballycastle, N. Ireland

Carlops Village Hall

Coldingham Theatre

Scottish Highlands Tour

Steppingley Village Hall

Bromham Village Hall