The first Bram Stoker Festival was launched by Dublin City Council on the centenary of Bram Stoker’s death in 2012.
Following the success of the 2012 festival Dublin City Council has announced its 2nd Bram Stoker Festival which will take place from 26th – 28th October 2013.
Bram Stoker was a native-born Dubliner responsible for the creation of one of the most influential cultural phenomena of the modern era, Dracula (1897). The Bram Stoker Festival aspires to honour the memory and achievements of the creator of one of literature’s most famous characters.
For three days between 26th & 28th of October 2013 Dublin City will celebrate the life and legacy of Bram Stoker and his most famous novel ‘Dracula’. The Festival will comprise of a collaborative programme of literary, cultural and family events, staged across the October Bank Holiday weekend that will engage with a broad audience, promoting Dublin as the premier destination for a Bram Stoker/Gothic/Halloween break.
For a full list of events taking place as part of the three-day Festival visit the Bram Stoker Festival Website: www.bramstokerfestival.com