As December began, Portsmouth DarkFest 17 drew to a close. This year’s festival saw more than 30 events take place across Portsmouth and Southsea, from public talks to zombie encounters, and from dark storytelling to creative workshops.
Thank you to the everyone who has helped make Portsmouth Darkfest such a success with their enthusiasm for hidden histories and sinister delights. We hope our programme gave you an insight into the wealth of creativity in the local area – from the talents of the Portsmouth Writers’ Hub and the fantastic events produced by The Front Room, to the immersive experiences created by The Theatre of Dark Encounters, and beyond.
If you attended any of the DarkFest 17 events, we hope you enjoyed them as much as we did. And while the memories are still fresh, we would love to get your feedback so that we can continue to improve DarkFest in 2018.
It would be wonderful if you could complete this quick survey and let us know your thoughts. Your answers will be anonymous, and you don’t need to register or provide any personal details.
And thanks again for all your support and enthusiasm!
To learn more about the research at the University of Portsmouth that inspired DarkFest, and to stay up to date with future events, you can ‘like’ the Supernatural Cities page on Facebook or follow us on Twitter at @imaginetheurban. And thanks again, all you dark denizens of Portsmouth and beyond!