Hammer Halloween: The Blood of Dracula
The sequel to the 2015 sell out show, sees Van Helsing return to Sudbury Hall, to clean up the remaining mess from last year, The audience is (sometimes) willing fellow monster hunters. Together they tracked the werewolf unaware that they were mere pawns in another creatures game, featuring all of your Hammer favourites and this time including Frankenstein’s monster too.
5* Went to see the lost boys performing at Sudbury Hall on Saturday not knowing what to expect………….Well guys you exceeded all expectations it was one of the best events I’ve ever been too. You were amazing ….well…….apart from de-bagging the mummy part lol. Seriously looking forward to the next event guys.
Ellie Vernon Smith 2016
5 * Fab night at Hammer Halloween, thanks for a great night boys xxx
Debbie Mosinski-Hull 2016
5 * Brilliant Night at Hammer Halloween. Cant wait for next year. Thank You Lost Boys x
Jackie Walters 2016
In 2015, The Lost Boys co-produced with The National Trust – Sudbury hall to create a new and unique event for Halloween. The Lost Boys produced another immersive interactive promenade performance that saw Victor Frankenstein control the Hammer Monsters with a plan to take over the world. Only Professor Van Helsing and the plucky audience stood in his way. This event will see a sequel return to Sudbury Hall in 2016.
The British Film Institute Project
Dead of Night and The Innocents
The Lost Boys were awarded funding by the BFI to create two bespoke film and theatre events focusing on Classic British Horror with the aim of developing new audiences. The Lost Boys produced two interactive promenade productions that book-ended each film. The resulting multi art events took place at Derby Guildhall and Sudbury Hall National Trust Property to sold out audiences. Many guests had not seen the films before and thoroughly enjoyed the combined experience of going behind the scenes at old listed buildings for live entertainment and cinematic viewing.