Whitby, 22nd – 25th October 2015.
The Bram Stoker International Film Festival will celebrate its 6th anniversary this year, with over 40 movies and four days of events to honour all things dark.
Whitby’s library is where Bram Stoker read the name “Dracula” for the first time in 1890, and to be true to this legacy, the organisers of BSIFF are essentially continuing this gothic tradition through art, music, literature and of course films.
Although the four-day pass is now sold out, cinema tickets can be purchased on the day of screening. Tickets for the Vampire Ball on the Saturday evening and for The Fields of the Nephilim concert are still available.
Don’t forget your elegant evening wear and your fangs!