If you haven’t been informed via the Fairytale Traveler’s 2013 coverage of the Bram Stoker Festival and our recent Bram Stoker Trail article, then you will be delighted to find out about Dublin’s huge vamptastic gathering to ring in Halloween. Of course, Ireland is to thank for Halloween and Dublin is a UNESCO City of Literature, so it seems only fitting to host one of the coolest Halloween events I’ve ever seen. Home to the famed vampire novelist, Bram Stoker, Dublin is going Gothic for this year’s festival theme. Seriously, what more can a fairytale traveler ask for? Bram Stoker and Halloween in Ireland! Dublin you are so winning!
About Bram Stoker in Dublin
Born in Dublin and having spent half his life there, Bram Stoker has grown into a world-wide sensation as the creator of the vampire myth and famed vamp, Count Dracula. His descendants are actively providing historic accounts of Bram Stoker’s life and playing a large part in the fantastic celebration of his footprint in literature and a pop culture of vampire enthusiasts. Find out more about the Bram Stoker Estate here.
About the Bram Stoker Festival
The 2014 Bram Stoker Festival will be held in Dublin, Ireland from October 24th-27th. Get ready for Dublin to go vampire with a huge program of events in perfect Gothic fashion. If Dublin is a destination for you, check out the Bram Stoker website for up to date travel information to make your trip a breeze.
A Dublin City Council initiative, the festival takes the legacy of Dublin horror novelist Bram Stoker and his Gothic novel Dracula as inspiration. The festival incorporates a range of events from large-scale spectacles including a gothic ball, to intimate performances in unusual spaces and a whole range of film and literary events to whet the appetites of all. This year the festival intends to infiltrate the very crevices of the city, awakening the dormant gothic that sleeps in the heart of Dublin.” -Bram Stoker Festival website
Check out the events guide here!
For complete event information please visit the Bram Stoker Website here
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