Volunteering with Dublin City Council Bram Stoker Festival

Why Volunteer?

The Dublin City Council Bram Stoker Festival volunteer team can become involved in all aspects of the festival; behind the scenes, ushering at our venues or acting as ambassadors at our events. There’s something for everyone keen to get involved, or see what it takes to bring a festival of this size to life.

How to Volunteer

You can contact our volunteer manager directly at volunteer@bramstokerfestival.com

Read This First!

Volunteer Confirmation & Briefing
To confirm your place on the team, all volunteers are required to attend an online briefing. At this briefing you will receive information about the festival, health & safety procedures and have the opportunity to ask any questions you may have about volunteering at the festival.

This will happen closer to the event – the exact date, time and meeting link will be sent in advance,

Equal Opportunities & Code of Conduct 
Dublin City Council Bram Stoker Festival operates an equal opportunities policy. The festival does not tolerate any form of discrimination, bullying or abuse and will protect it’s volunteers from any such forms of behaviour.

All initial correspondence with volunteers happens via e-mail.
Please ensure volunteer@bramstokerfestival.com is added to your email contacts folder so our emails don’t end up in your spam!
Terms & Conditions

It is festival policy that each applicant is available for a minimum of three volunteering periods.

Please be aware that the festival cannot provide any living, travel or accommodation expenses to volunteers.

Submission of this application form is not a guarantee of receiving a volunteer placement.
Due to the over-whelming responses to our volunteer calls, it may be unavoidable that some applicants do not receive a volunteer placement. Please don’t let this dissuade you from completing this form – we will do our utmost to ensure that each applicant receives a placement.

Application Form