I agree with the other reviews - Harry who takes it is amusing - audience participation required, you see parts of Whitby's backstreets you might not travel otherwise, and its fun. It is not scary, nor is it a lecture-style walking talk about Dracula, although it does tell you some things about Stoker that the passing traveller might not know. It doesn't go near the Abbey (which is closed at night anyway) - its for fun and amusement and on a really quite cold night still kept all our attention. Our group was about 30, which was just small enough to hear and he does try and get everyone close enough (but that also puts you in the firing line for audience involvement!) It lasts just over an hour, but do turn up on time, he doesn't like latecomers (perhaps he has something else to do after it?). Pushchairs could be accommodated but would not be ideal given the terrain, and obviously its an hour standing and walking up and down cobbles and steps in the dark, so not ideal for the infirm either. You need to pay in cash.
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