Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror PG
Experience F.W. Murnau’s iconic 1922 vampire film brought to life by a live orchestra, coming exclusively to Ulumbarra Theatre for one night only.
Following award-winning, sell-out shows at the Adelaide Fringe Festival as well as seasons at Edinburgh Fringe (UK) and Art, Not Apart (Canberra), Rasa Daukus (piano) and Will Larsen (percussion) – the duo behind Tess Said So – have teamed up with Orchestra Victoria to expand their original score for Murnau’s magnificently eerie, Gothic silent film.
In this unmissable event presented by MIFF, Orchestra Victoria, and Bendigo Venues and Events, a full orchestra, keyboard, electronics, and a massive labyrinth of drums, shakers, bells, cymbals, gongs and percussion come together to create an electrifying atmosphere to accompany this German expressionist adaption of Bram Stoker’s Dracula. An influential work of early filmmaking and the horror genre that followed, Nosferatu is considered a masterpiece of cinema; 101 years after its release, you’re now invited to witness this thrilling silent film as it was meant to be heard.