Fangs for the invitation

January 31, 2003

There are ways and means of attracting high-profile figures to speak at an event. The Whitby Conference, which aims to raise the profiles of the arts in the Northeast, has just bagged Sir Christopher Frayling, rector of the Royal College of Art, after appealing to his interest in horror films and promising that he can stay in the room Bram Stoker occupied while he wrote Dracula .

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