Tomorrow’s Ghosts Festival is a celebration of all things Gothic whilst embracing a wide range of alternative culture. The Festival aims to host both established and up and coming bands to reflect the diversity of the goth and alternative music scene as well as including film, art and spoken word.
The music line-up for this October see’s the Friday night headlined by Goth metal legends Paradise Lost along with support from collaborative project The Eden House and The Society. Saturday night is headlined by Fields of the Nephilim, one of the original pioneers of the scene along with Salvation and Sometime the Wolf.
The Dark Days Alternative Market is free entry and runs 10:00 – 16:00 each day Friday to Sunday where you can browse amongst curiosities and interesting finds.
There will also be films and Q&A events across the weekend which includes a screening of Borley Rectory along with Q&A with Director Ashley Thorpe and Jonathan Rigby, Sir Christopher Lee’s official biographer presenting EURO GOTHIC – a journey into his unique insight on the history of horror. The full film programme can be found here www.tomorrowsghostsfestival.co.uk