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Journeys : Feb March 2010
Lucy Seward is mysteriously ill, and the three men who love her must struggle against the diabolical genius of Dracula before death -- or an even worse fate -- befalls her. Will Professor Van Helsing beat his nemesis or will Dracula make the beautiful Lucy his bride...forever? This stylish and sexy adaptation of this classic melodrama is based on the original novel by Bram Stoker. The play for med the basis for the classic 1931 film version of Drac ula, starring Bela Lugosi. Director Robert Jar man has brought together a stellar cast to bring this deadly drama to life, including Nick Falk as the charming but deadly Count Dracula and featuring Ivano Del Pio, Eli Halliwell, Mike Edwards, Jess Lewis-Shaw, Matt Wilson, Anica Boulanger- Mashberg, Steven Jones and Jessica Davies. Forget the imposters – come and get your teeth stuck into the ‘real’ Dracula'! And remember....The Blood Is The Life! Bram Stoker's Dracula Adapted for the stage by Hamilton Deane and John L. Balderston Directed by Robert Jar man 12 to 27 February 2010 Presented by Hobart Repertory Theatre Society The Playhouse, Bathurst Street, Hobart WIN Hobart Rep is delighted to offer RACT readers the chance to win three double passes to see the show on Wednesday 24 February. To enter, write your contact details on the back of an envelope and mail to Dracula, RACT Marketing, GPO Box 2271 Hobart 7001. Entries close 19 February. WIN The prize includes two nights' accommodation for two people in a Split Level King Spa room at Cradle Mountain Chateau, including two full buffet breakfasts each day and two tickets to the Wilderness Gallery. Total prize value is $790. Valid for six months from the date of issue and subject to availability. To enter, write your contact details on the back of an envelope and mail to Cradle Mountain Chateau, RACT Marketing, GPO Box 2271 Hobart 7001. Entries close 3 March. Here's your chance to escape from the everyday and explore the ice-car ved mountain scenery of Tasmania's wilder ness World Heritage Area. Set in serene alpine woodland, Cradle Mountain Chateau sits on the fringe of Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park -- it's a warm and welcoming base for your explorations of these wild and wonderful landscapes. After a day exploring the wilderness, sit back in front of a cosy log fire with a glass of Tasmanian wine in Br ushtails Bar or be pampered at Calm Day Spa, which offers a variety of health and beauty treatments. Enjoy the outdoor hot-tub, the soothing steam room or a rejuvenating massage. Enjoy fine local wines and fresh local produce at the Chateau's signature à la carte restaurant, The Grey Gum or relax with the casual bistro-style dining at Quoll's. The Chateau is also home to The Wilder ness Gallery, Australia's largest privately owned photographic gallery. The gallery features ten rooms showcasing the work of the world's finest nature photographers. You can take a number of walks around Cradle Mountain, including the famous Dove Lake Circuit walk, or challenging day trek to the Cradle Mountain Summit. Win a wilderness escape Observe the abundant wildlife on an evening tour at dusk, paddle across Dove Lake on a guided tour, or join a guided walk available from the Chateau. For further information or bookings please call 1300 368 111 or contact your nearest RACT Travelworld Branch. For general information please visit www.puretasmania.com.au In Tasmania today February / March 10 46
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