The Bram Stoker Festival returns this Hallowe’en weekend 28th to 31st October 2022. Bram Stoker Festival celebrates the legacy of one of Ireland’s most beloved and iconic writers. Now entering its tenth year, the festival draws inspiration from Stoker, his life, his work, the Dublin of his time and celebrates the Gothic, the supernatural, the after-dark and the Victorian, and not forgetting! his most memorable creation, Count Dracula.
There’s a packed four days and nights of events across the city, including Stokerland, a family festival in St Patrick’s Park, and a look in from some of our local sights such as Marsh’s Library.
And the Northern Lights are coming to Dublin this Hallowe’en for #BramStokerFestival! BOREALIS is a mesmerising, immersive light and sound experience which you’ll never forget! This free spectacle, coming to Dublin for the first time ever, will create a spectacular vision of the Northern Lights in Dublin Castle’s Upper Courtyard. This free event will take place each night of the festival from 6.30pm to 10.30pm.
You wil find full details of the programme at www.bramstokerfestival.com
Bram Stoker Festival is brought to life by Dublin City Council, supported by The Office of Public Works which manages Dublin Castle.