Bram Stoker Festival takes place across Dublin this October Bank Holiday Weekend from Friday 28th through Monday 31st October 2016.
Events this year range from large-scale outdoor spectacles to intimate performances in unusual spaces, film and literary events, family friendly activities, high-octane parties and a plethora of off-beat experiences to whet the appetites of all.
Here is our pick of just some of the best Bram Stoker events taking place this weekend.
All Weekend - Monsters Season at Light House Cinema – A celebration of the most iconic monsters in film from the 1930s. The spooky film fest will feature The Mummy, Frankenstein, The Wolf Man and more.
Saturday October 29th at 8pm - Dracula Live at the National Concert Hall – The iconic Dracula is screened alongside the performance of a live score.
Sunday October 30th at 2pm - Horror Expo 2016 takes place at Freemason’s Hall, Dublin 2. Panel experts discuss famous horror films, comic books, literature and art, as well as paranormal investigations. The day will finish with a candle lit midnight screening of 1920s silent film The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari set to live music.
Monday October 31st at 5.30pm – Macnas: Sleep No More – Get into the spirit with a fun family friendly Halloween parade along Moore Street and Henry Street.
Join us at the centrally located Trinity City Hotel as we will be turning the hotel red for Halloween this weekend. Before taking part in a fantastic Bram Stoker event come along and enjoy a taste of our Devil’s Blood Cocktail on special offer for €8 at the newly rebranded Brunswick Bar. We will also be hosting a range of Halloween games and activities.
The Trinity City Hotel is haunted with stories of a great history dating back to World War One and our Georgian Buildings house the birthplace of Padraig Pearse. Our lavish lobby is adorned with old school candelabras, chandeliers, statues and our hallways are decorated in deep purple hues, perfect for a Halloween vibe.
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