Bram Stoker‘s week is coming!!!
From 23rd to 26th of October, Dublin will celebrate the Bram Stoker week.
So, autumn has arrived bringing us many events to enjoy and discover Dublin.
Bram Stoker was born in Dublin in 1847. His most famous novel Dracula, published in 1897, still reminds us of dark nights, marks on the neck and vampires. The global importance of Stoker’s novel is one reason why Dublin is internationally recognised as a Unesco City of Literature.
And, as a tribute to one of her most talented sons, Dublin Project Arts Centre has organized Bram Stoker week.
The festival will take place all over Dublin: it will include artistic events, projections, readings, exhibitions and much more throughout the city. By day, the festival programme will present gothic intrigue at family-friendly events, talks and interactive experiences. At night, the city will embrace the darkness, as a host of venues deliver deadly adventures for festival goers in search of macabre thrills and late-night parties.
Here you can find the whole list of events:
So, are you ready for creepy days and deadly nights?
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