Bram Stoker Estate

Bram Stoker Centennial Events



The Authoritative Resource for Information about Bram Stoker’s Life and Work


Dublin Events

To Honor the Centenary of Bram Stoker’s Death

Page updated 4 October 2012

Stoker on Stoker
Dracula-Bram Stoker 2012
Stoker, Dublin 2012
15 Marino Crescent, Bram Stoker's Birthplace, Dacre Stoker, Louise Keegan, Paddy Drac

On April 9th the Keegan family, current residents of 15 Marino Crescent, welcomed Stoker family, friends & aficionados to a Soiree organized by the Raheny Historical Society & catered by Bram's Cafe.

Dacre Stoker, the Keegans, Paddy Drac

Beatrice Stewart, Collette Gill, Bram Stoker

Sculptor Beatrice Stewart unveiled her bust of her relative, much to the surprise & the delight of the group attending the party at Bram's birthplace.

With Collette Gill of the Raheny Heritage Society

Paul Murray, biographer of Bram Stoker

Paul Murray, author of

From the Shadow of Dracula-A Life a Bram Stoker (2004)

Paddy Drac in Clontarf- 2012-with Bram Stoker

Paddy Drac with Bram Stoker

Aidan Hickey, Dublin Painting & Sketching Club, Tom Scott, Dacre & Jenne Stoker

On April 10th, The Dublin Painting & Sketching Club unveiled Aidan Hickey's portrait of one of the Club's founding members, Bram Stoker,

at the Dublin Writers Center.

Pictured, left to right- Aidan Hickey, Tom Scott, Jenne & Dacre Stoker

Lord Mayor Andrew Montague prepares to unveil the portrait of Bram, and expresses his desire to honor Bram & the arts in Dublin with an annual festival.

Dublin's Lord Mayor 2012
Douglas Appleyard, Brendan Flynn, Jenne & Dacre Stoker, The Church, Dublin

Dacre & Jenne Stoker & cousin Douglas Appleyard toured The Church Restaurant in Dublin with owner, Brendan Flynn