20 April. Rome's oldest Irish pub The Fiddler's Elbow celebrates the centenary of the death of Bram Stoker - the Dublin-born writer best-known for his Gothic classic "Dracula" - on Friday 20 April.

The Italian translation of Stoker's The Mystery of the Sea" will be presented at a conference with Carlo Bigazzi, Enrico Terrinoni and Mirko Zilahi de' Gyurgyokai, with readings by Giovanni Greco and Maria Teresa Zerbino.

There will also be Transylvanian food and traditional Irish music.

General Info

Address (19.00) Fiddler's Elbow, Via dell' Olmata 43, tel. 064872110.

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Bram Stoker celebrated in Rome

(19.00) Fiddler's Elbow, Via dell' Olmata 43, tel. 064872110.