Horror Con Scotland

Bonar Hall, Dundee - 19/10/2024

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Welcome back to Horror Con Scotland in Dundee, celebrating its thrilling second year! Dive into a chilling world of horror with an expanded array of activities for all enthusiasts. Explore our horror and alternative marketplace, brimming with eerie finds. Meet horror authors sharing their most haunting tales, and encounter creepy characters at every turn. Capture the terror at our photo booth for a memorable keepsake, and immerse yourself in various experiences that are sure to both thrill and chill. Join us again as we continue to shape Dundee's premier horror event year after year!

Check out the activities we have planned so far. Click on each one to find out more.

More to be added throughout the year. 

Everything is included in the cost of your ticket - apart from anything you wish to buy at the stalls or fundraising activities.

Authors

Browse through a diverse selection of horror books available for purchase directly from the authors. This is a perfect opportunity to expand your horror library with signed copies. Whether you're a fan of classic horror settings or contemporary frights, you're sure to find new favorites to take home.

Meet the traders

Step into the shadowy corridors of Horror Con Inverness and discover a bustling traders' market, where the darkly imaginative and the delightfully dreadful come together. Our carefully selected vendors offer a wide variety of horror and alternative themed merchandise that caters to all types of enthusiasts. Whether you're a collector of rare horror memorabilia, in search of bespoke gothic jewelry, or looking to enhance your costume with unique props, our traders' market has something special for you.

More Information/FAQ's

The venue is centrally located and easily accessed by train / bus. There is no parking on the University campus, but there are carparks nearby and on street parking.

Bonar Hall is wheelchair accessible through different routes in the building.

Our event is intended for adults, and while children are welcome to attend, parents or guardians should be aware that there may be horror items on display that could be unsuitable or graphic.Anyone under the age of 15 must be accompanied by an adult, and we recommend that parents or guardians use their discretion when deciding whether or not to bring children to the event.

If you have any questions that aren't answered above, please get in touch using the below form