You might be interested in a temporary exhibition and display at Whitby Museum.
It shows some of the findings of some detailed research into Bram Stoker’s holiday in Whitby in 1890 and shows the influence of the topography, the literary connections and the people he met while here and how he has wrapped them all up in the three chapters of Dracula set in Whitby.
Sounds like this could be great for anybody with an interest in how Stoker created his masterpiece and the part that Whitby played in helping to shape the plot.
‘Bram Stoker’s Holiday: A Special Exhibition‘, runs from April 2nd to May 8th (9.30 – 3.30) at Whitby Museum.
Telephone 01947 602908 or visit whitbymuseum.org.uk for more details.
You can have a look at a PDF poster for the event here: http://www.dracula-in-whitby.com/Bram_Stokers_Holiday.pdf
See you there!