by Theo McCabe

The twisted single-act plot follows a horrific car crash which finds handsome billionaire Arty Baldwin trapped, wheelchair-bound and comatose in Dr. Bloom's waiting room with his sharp-witted but distraught secretary Liz. Unfortunately, the good doctor is distracted. Convinced that Arty is the Vampire Lord on the verge of his prophesied return to power, he sets about awakening his new master so that he might too join the ranks of the immortals. 

A comedy “B-movie” for the stage, the show features live scoring and eight original songs including 'Love is Like a Car Crash' and 'Let's Put the Fun in Funeral'. 

After an initially successful workshop developed and staged in just two weeks, the past two and a half years have seen the show, cast and crew move from strength to strength including a preview run at London’s Hen and Chicken’s theatre, a critically-acclaimed Free Fringe run at Edinburgh Fringe 2013 with the Laughing Horse with three late night extra shows at the Bedlam Theatre. After a run in Sin Club the Edinburgh Fringe 2015, the show transferred to London for a two week run at Above The Arts.

★★★★★ “A whirlwind musical comedy" - Three Weeks

★★★★★ “Effortless” - Stage Review

★★★★★ “Genuinely original” - PlaysToSee

★★★★★ “A musical sensation” – RemoteGoat

Supported by Mercury Musical Developments

Supported by the PRS for Music Foundation

Supported by the Noel Coward Foundation

supported by the Binks Trust


© 2018 BOOK Music & Lyrics


Registered Charity Number ​1149333

  • Instagram
  • Facebook Social Icon
  • Twitter Social Icon