Halloween in Ireland
Some of the highlights include:
Vampire Hunt – you have to beat other teams and be the fastest one to complete the challenge. Or, just have the best costume to win cool prizes 🙂
le cool Experience (Bram Stoker special) – .A twist on contemporary psycho-geography of the city, le cool switch their emphasis to the psycho and replace their ‘of the moment’ living culture experiences with the possibilities of some dead ones
Town will be painted red – check out the chilling sights of Christchurch Cathedral, Bank of Ireland College Green, Dublin Castle and other landmarks!
Bram’s Banquet – Deep in the belly of the city, beneath the footpaths and gutters something is rumbling, something is stirring … the oldest structure in Dublin, the 12th century Christ Church Crypt, will be transformed in to a magical and otherworldly dining location.
The Galway Aboo Halloween Festival takes place in the medieval streets of Galway’s Latin Quarter on Saturday 26th, Sunday 27th and Thursday 31st of October 2013. It is the country’s largest Halloween Festival and plays host to a number of activities and free events so promises to be a superb weekend for all ages.
Absolutely, do not miss Macnas Parade through the medieval street’s of Galway. 4:45 – 6:45pm on Saturday, Beginning at Fisheries Field, down Eglington Street and Shop Street, through the Latin Quarter and finishing at Dominick Street Upper at 6.30 p.m