NINE PINTS FULL

BRASH, BALLSY AND ‘BLOOD’-Y BRIL­LIANT – THERE’S SIM­PLY NO OTHER WAY TO DE­SCRIBE DRAC­ULA’S LAT­EST PRO­DUC­TION.

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No one does a night out like Drac­ula’s. From the mo­ment you board the Ghost Train right through to the fi­nal bow, you’re taken on an af­ter-worldly ad­ven­ture where any­thing can hap­pen. ‘Nine Pints’, the brand-new show by the vam­piric the­atre troupe, is no dif­fer­ent.

Less vaudeville and more ‘Ve­gas un­der­world’, Nine Pints de­liv­ers a dy­namic dis­play of aerial artistry, saucy en­ter­tain­ment and smutty – al­beit in­cred­i­bly witty – com­edy. With a dash of brash­ness, a pinch of cheek­i­ness and a gen­er­ous serv­ing of #WTF make for one un­for­get­table night.

The jokes are ballsy (al­most lit­er­ally - one act in­cludes a gi­ant pe­nis) and the per­for­mances per­fectly ex­e­cuted. Au­di­ences even wit­ness the re­turn of the tra­di­tional pup­petry that Drac­ula’s found­ing fam­ily, the New­mans, are known for. Nine Pints ticks all boxes.

Com­bin­ing old favourites (food and cock­tails, and the ghost train reel that never fails to bring the au­di­ence to­gether in em­bar­rass­ment) and new ad­di­tions – a bloody, provoca­tive film clip kicks off the show, which fea­tures plenty of fresh tal­ent – Nine Pints will leave your heart beat­ing wildly and your face drained of blood… in the best way pos­si­ble.

WWW.DRACULAS.COM.AU/GOLD-COAST/ NINE-PINTS

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