Discover how Whitby inspired Stoker’s Gothic novel ‘Dracula.’ Against the back-drop of Whitby Museum, Royal Crescent and the Abbey you'll explore literary history and take part in a Gothic creative-writing session which will let your imagination run wild! For year 10 pupils from North Yorkshire Coast
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Discover how Whitby inspired Stoker’s novel ‘Dracula’ and it let it fire your imagination!
Against the back-drop of Whitby Museum, Royal Crescent and the Abbey you will explore literary history and take part in a Gothic creative-writing session which will let your imagination run wild!
You’ll experience special guided tours by top experts from the University of Hull; following in the footsteps of characters from Stoker’s world-famous novel. You’ll have a delicious lunch too!
You will have a chance to read out your own Gothic Literature creations on film as we create our chilling movie memento of this ghoulish day.
Come and be inspired – if you dare!
The activity is run by The North Yorkshire Coast Higher Education Collaboration and is designed for pupils in year 10 from schools on the North Yorkshire Coast
(P.S. before the trip, you’ll get a FREE copy of Bram Stoker’s Dracula; give it a read – it will help you on the day and you will love it!)
Bookings by Teachers for Key Stage 4 (Students aged 14-16)
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