Neoclassical Ballet
6 – 22 September
His Majesty’s Theatre live with West Australian Symphony
Run time 2 hours and 15 minutes including a 20 minute interval.



Presenting yet another World Premiere, we are proud to bring to His Majesty’s stage, a dramatic neo-classical ballet, telling the most famous story of when darkness meets love – Dracula. Performed to a specially created “libretto” (a storyline), our adaptation of Bram Stoker’s classic vampire novel invites you to follow Dracula, whose lonely soul is determined to reunite with his lost love, Mina – and in doing so begins a reign of terror and seduction, draining the life from those around her to get what he so desires. Be transfixed by this tale of forbidden passion.


In a major coup, we are excited to be working in close collaboration with one of the world’s most highly awarded and exciting choreographers. With more than 50 ballet works to his name, Krzysztof Pastor is a major force in the ballet world today. Don’t miss the opportunity to experience his work.


Choreographer: Krzysztof Pastor Sets & Costumes: Phil R. Daniels & Charles Cusick Smith Lighting: Jon Buswell Music: Wojciech Kilar Libretto: Pawel Chynowski Arranger: Michael Brett Conductor: Judith Yan


Tickets: $22 – $120


Dracula Young Professionals Tickets available here


Please note for Group Bookings call: (08) 6212 9291

A co-production of West Australian Ballet and Queensland Ballet.

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Enhance your experience at Dracula


Pre-show Dinner at Ascua  – InterContinental Perth City Centre | Dracula’s Unearthly Feast | $65 per person


Prepare for the drama of Dracula with a pre-show meal in fiery Ascua at InterContinental Perth City Centre for just $65 per person. Their chefs will assuage your hunger with a delicious set menu, paired with a themed cocktail inspired by the ballet’s characters to quench your thirst.


The dinners will be open for seating at 5:00pm and commence sharply at 5:30pm. This exceptional set dinner menu is available prior to select performances of Dracula: 


  • Saturday 8 September
  • Thursday 13 September
  • Saturday 15 September – prior to the 7.30pm performance only
  • Thursday 20 September
  • Saturday 22 September – prior to the 7.30pm performance only


Bookings are essential. Secure your place through the Ascua website under the events section.