Our Manifesto

We want, and aspire for, our events to be inclusive, where all are welcome

We will bring less well known, hard to see artists and performers to Whitby to be part of our gathering, alongside established performers to celebrate the diversity of the gothic and alternative cultures so many of us love

The festival will, when and where possible, diversify into film, art, spoken word with guest appearances, as well as theatre

We are committed to supporting our nominated charities and partners through our events as well as supporting other events across the town through a spirit of cooperation

We belief our approach will enhance the shared experience which contributes to make visiting Whitby for the biannual festivals something not to be missed

A very brief history

Tomorrow’s Ghosts Festival was established in 2018 by Absinthe Promotions and is held at The Pavilion in Whitby twice a year

Tomorrow’s Ghosts Festival has been curated, directed and produced by Ghostwriter Consultancy & Events since November 1st 2021

Previous events have seen the following acts grace our stage Wayne Hussey & The Divine, Peter Hook & The Light, New Model Army, Paradise Lost, Fields of the Nephilim, Pop Will Eat Itself, The Chameleons, Pink Turns Blue, Salvation, Evi Vine, The Membranes, The Eden House, Sometime The Wolf, The Society, Terminal Gods, Sweet Ermengarde Saigon Blue Rain, Christine Plays Viola, Mercury’s Antennae and Clan of Xymox