2013's event is set to be bigger and better than last years
with more authors and a special viewing!
This year’s Autumn, Horror in the East is bigger and better! With more guests and the showing of Ghostwatch, which I’d like to thank the BBC for giving us permission to show. We have a stall run by the chaps from ‘Kulture Shock’ selling collectables and merchandise, and Jenny Jackson of ‘Jackson’s Murderous Make-up’ giving demonstrations and even making you up too! We will be having panels and Q & A sessions as well. There are event t-shirts for sale with all profits going towards making this convention free. Doors open at 10am.
On the Friday night Ivan Bunn (author of ‘Haunted Lowestoft and a ‘Trial Sixteenth Century Witches’) is giving a talk on the Friday night at The Heritage Workshop Centre, Wildes Score, High street, Lowestoft, on local Myths and Legends. Doors open at 7pm and a donation of £2 would be good to also go towards making the next day free.
We are pleased to announce that Lesley Manning, the director of Ghostwatch is attending our convention to do a Q&A session after it has been shown along with Rich Lawden. This is not to be missed!
Emma and Jo (organisers)
After which there will be a Q&A
'Ghostwatch Behind the curtains' writer and director
Tickets for the showing of 'Ghostwatch' are now available for booking.
Tickets are free, but strictly limited to 40 so book fast.
(only 2 tickets per person and strictly no under 15's)
Please request your tickets either by using the contact form on this site or contact Emma, Jo or Paul directly through
Attendees and Visitors to the 2012 convention.
forces of horror fiction were drawn to the small town of Lowestoft of
the Autumn festevil this November. With the crown prince of British
Horror David Moody on the throne, I suspect this event will become a
mecca for horror readers, collectors and authors. A true pilgrimage for
all those zombie and horror fans out there, in an informal setting which
means you actually talks to both the newcomers and established players
in Horror GB."
Sean T Page
was a great event for any horror fan, and a chance to meet
some of the best writers in the genre."
perfect mix of readers and writers - an excellent new
convention all horror fans should add to their calendars."
in the East was the most civilized convention I've ever
new dawn for British horror cons rises in the East."
best new horror con of this year."
Michael Wilson, THIS IS HORROR