5 of The Best Things To See and Do at Bram Stoker Festival 2019


Posted 1 month ago in Festival Features

We’re looking forward to four days of spine-chilling adventure, inspired by Dublin’s Gothic past and the fanciful imaginings of creative genius Bram Stoker. Here are our pick of five fang-tastic treats to sink your teeth into at the Bram Stoker Festival 2019.

 

Sounds of Wood on Muscle: A Modern Radio Dracula

Playful, contemporary theatre from some of Ireland’s funniest makers, inspired by Orson Welles’ radio production of Dracula, broadcast live in 1938 and his mission to perfectly create the soundFX of a wooden stake impaling a human heart…

Further Info here

Fri 25 Oct, 9.00pm; Sat 26 Oct, 6.00pm & 8.30pm
ST. ANN’S CHURCH, DAWSON ST, DUBLIN 2

 

Night Watch

Set in the ancient modern of Dublin’s Grand Canal Dock, Night Watch is a darkly theatrical manifestation that explores nocturnal wakefulness, fuelled by a sense of foreboding.

The water borne installation reflects age-old anxieties of predator and prey, watcher and watched, with tales of the strange and sinister from the high seas. Night Watch is a free event that comes alive in Dublin’s Grand Canal Dock every evening at dusk.
Further Info here

Fri 25 – Mon 28 October
GRAND CANAL DOCK, DUBLIN 2
All Day | Free Event (best viewed from dusk)

 

SÉANCE

An intense, immersive experience inside a shipping container, SÉANCE explores the psychology of a group bombarded with suggestible material in an intimate sonic performance lasting for twenty terrifying minutes.

Are you brave enough to join us at the SÉANCE table?

Further info here

Fri 25 – Mon 28th October, 1pm-10pm daily
WolfeTone Square, Jervis St, Dublin 1

 

The Craft Screening at Meeting House Horrors

A coven of outcast teenage girls start practising magic in an attempt to exert power using supernatural means. As far as 90s teen movies go, The Craft is unapologetically and deliciously dark, with this ultimate girl gang paving the way for a slew of witch-themed TV shows and movies in the late 1990s and beyond.

Get your best goth threads and chokers ready and come dressed up… after all, we are the weirdos, Mister!

Further Info here

The Craft is part of a series of screenings called Meeting House Horrors, including American Werewolf in London on Saturday night, and The Lost Boys on Sunday night.

Meeting House Sq, Temple Bar, Dublin 2
Friday 25th October 8pm

 

Insta Terror

Ireland’s first online horror story – watch it unfold live over Instagram! Follow @marniedark now – the story kicks off on October 21st and runs for seven days with the gripping conclusion set to unfold on Mon October 28th.

 

Anyone with a smartphone and a sense of humour can follow this terrifying and haunting story as it unfolds over the course of a week. As tension builds and the body count rises, this macabre, made-for-millenials adventure will culminate in a shocking climax during the Festival.

Prepare yourself for this groundbreaking online event which harnesses modern technology to tell an ancient tale of horror.

Suitable for ages 12+. Will contain unsettling images and video footage. Presented by Bram Stoker Festival and MORB

 

And finally…

As an added bonus, here’s a taster of some of the gory gems you can look forward to over the Bank Holiday weekend….

Gepostet von Bram Stoker Festival, Dublin am Dienstag, 25. Juni 2019

The Bram Stoker Festival is on across the city from Friday October 25 to Monday October 28

bramstokerfestival.com

Feature Image: Realscape Productions

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