Kenilworth's Talisman Theatre is planning a pretty adventurous venture.
The Forty-Eight Hour Company makes a point of producing its offerings within 48 hours of the distribution of the scripts.
It sounds like a sort of do-it-yourself hell - but its adaptation of Bram Stoker's Dracula will be its third such self-inflicted enterprise.
In the two days preceding the one-night-only production on Sunday, July 31, lines are learned, the set is built, costumes and props are found and lighting and sound are assembled.
The group, consisting of Talisman members, produced Robin Hood in 2003 and Midsummer Magic last year - but this time its founder, Sam Harris, says it is a production for adults. The object is to raise money for the Breast Care Unit at Warwick Hospital.