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Various Locations, Friday 25th October - Monday 28th October

Bram Stoker Festival 2019 – Whether you're a resident vampire or visiting from further afield,  there's something for everyone in this inspired programme of events. Get ready for four days and nights of deadly adventures as Dublin gets gloriously Gothic this October Bank Holiday Weekend.

The Bram Stoker Festival playfully celebrates the Gothic, the mysterious, the after-dark and the supernatural, and delves into the legacy of one of Ireland's most treasured authors. The packed programme of events devilishly mixes family-friendly adventures with late-night antics for mates, dates and everything in between. From unforgettable spectacles on water, to séances in complete darkness, dress-up screenings in the dead of night to daring theatre in evocative churches, pop-up Victorian fun parks to foodie tours with a devilish twist, there's intimate performances in unusual spaces, live music, instagram horrors, literary and one-off events – Bram Stoker Festival is full of surprises. Fill your October Bank Holiday Weekend with spooktacular fun!

Bram Stoker Festival is brought to life by Dublin City Council and Fáilte Ireland.


Date:
Friday 25th October - Monday 28th October
Time:
Varies
Price:
Free
Address:
Dublin, Ireland

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