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Buy tickets from Eventbrite A week-long party with real bite is coming to London this summer as the world’s biggest vampire festival arrives from Transylvania.

IVFAF brings together industry professionals from Film, TV and Literature along with specialist Academics for an intensive programme of seminars, workshops, talks and Q&As with leading authors and film makers. Selected new films will be screened alongside author readings from shortlisted vampire literature published during the year. The prestigious Golden Stake Awards recognise the best films and books from the genre. This year both the Vampire Creative Congress and the Vampire Academic Conference will be hosted in the magnificent Georgian splendor of Lauderdale House, Highgate Village.

Speakers at IVFAF 2019 include legendary author Kim Newman, the ‘Prof of Goth’ Nick Groom, ‘Dolly Biter’ Paul Voodini and writer, actor director & Hammer expert Bruce G Hallenbeck.

At the Phoenix Cinema film producer Stephen Woolley will be taking part in a Q&A discussing Interview with a Vampire and Mark Kermode will be introducing his favourite vampire movie of all time.

But as we all know, vampires like to party at night. The VAMPFEST programme includes three nights of Vampiric theatre in Highgate’s Upstairs at the Gatehouse; the legendary Phoenix Cinema will be screening a season of late night Hammer vampire films and the Birdcage nightclub in Camden hosts the Burlesque Vampfire Ball.    

Welcome to our festival. Come freely. Go safely, and leave something of the happiness you bring.’



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