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Bond Girl and Horror Film Star Caroline Munro to Appear at Tomorrows Ghosts Festival

Caroline Munro

Caroline Munro who is known by many for her role in the James Bond classic ‘The Spy Who Loved Me’ will be appearing at Tomorrows Ghosts Festival at Whitby Pavilion this Sunday (28th April).

Caroline will be talking about her work on classic Hammer Horror Films such as Captain Kronos – Vampire Hunter, Dracula AD 17972 and will be joined by fellow stars Valerie Leon, Martine Beswick and Pauline Peart.

Caroline, Valerie, Martine and Pauline, who brought a unique gothic glamour to the horror film genre, will be showing clips from their classic horror films and providing fans with anecdotes and a behind the scenes view of what it was like working on some of the best-known horror films of the era.

As part of this event which is billed as ‘Hammer Glamour – Women of Horror & The Secrets of Dracula’, Dacre Stoker, the great grandnephew of Bram Stoker and best-selling author, will also be presenting his unique insight into the legend of Dracula.

The event will be at 1pm-4pm on the Sunday with a meet and greet and opportunity for signings before and after, as well as an additional signings session in the Pavilion Foyer on Saturday 27th from 11am-1pm.

April’s Tomorrow’s Ghosts Festival also hosts a weekend of bands with alternative rockers Pop Will Eat Itself headline the Friday whilst New Model Army will headline the Saturday night. Other bands playing including Chameleons Vox, Christine Plays Viola, Terminal Gods, Mercury’s Antennae, Saigon Blue Rain and Sweet Ermengarde.

There will be film screenings of horror classics in the Pavilion Theatre across the weekend along with 3 days of alternative markets with free entry.

Further details and a full weekend programme can be found at www.tomorrowsghostsfestival.co.uk and tickets are available at www.buy.sivtickets.com

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