Dracula 125 at the Illuminated Abbey
21st - 31st October, 2022
Time Will Theatre return to Whitby Abbey this October to celebrate 125 years since the publication of Bram Stoker's Dracula in 1897. Simon Kirk's new promenade show will run twice a night between
6-9pm in the grounds of the Abbey. Prepare to encounter a few familiar characters from the novel and, as any good traveler knows, pack the right shoes for an Autumn evening on the cliffs above the North Sea!
Dracula! at Whitby Abbey
Time Will Tell Theatre continued to delight audiences at Whitby Abbey this Summer 2022 with Simon Kirk's ingenious promenade adaptation of Bram Stoker's Dracula. Click below to read an article about the production .
1,369 people dressed as 'vampires' gather at Whitby Abbey
On Thursday 26 May 2022, English Heritage marked the 125th anniversary of Bram Stoker's iconic novel, Dracula, by breaking the record for the Largest Gathering of People Dressed as Vampires with 1,369 vampires!
Time Will Tell Theatre were there on the night to perform extracts from their long-running family friendly Dracula, ahead of their summer run of the full promenade show; back at the Abbey weekends from 23rd July - 21st August.
A selection of Gloria's audiobook narration reviews
(just the good ones, obviously)
'The narrator was perfectly chosen for this story. She has such way with tone, pitch, timing, you name it.'
'..the narrator is outstanding'
'Exceptional narration from the moment I started! Couldn't put it down. Can easily get lost in the characters.'
'...the narrator did an excellent job!'
'...superb narration! The narrator absolutely brings this story and every single emotion in it to life!'
'Beautifully narrated and so easy to listen to!'
'...Gloria Sanders' performance is fantastic...'
'I think the way that it was performed enhanced it a great deal. You felt like you were in the room and listening in to a real situation more so than just a reading.'
A co-creation by Crowded Room and 9 Latin American migrant cleaners as they fight for justice and understanding in the face of workplace exploitation.
Using a combination of documentary storytelling & scenes devised & edited by the group, the film invites audiences to walk in the shoes of ‘las luchadoras’ and to be inspired by the change that comes from collective action.
Gloria's work on the project included transcribing and translating over 100,000 words of English and Spanish.
'Yo pienso que cada día, nosotras anotamos algo en nuestra, en nuestra libro de la vida, porque cada uno de nosotras somos una parte importante porque tenemos tantas cosas maravillosas guardadas'
‘I think that every day, we make notes in our… in our book of life. We all have so many wonderful things saved away, and kept close, to offer. These are moments that we’ve not been able to portray, but we’ve kept them close’
- Guadalupe Norizt