Feeling brave? Bring your little monsters along to the WWT Castle Espie Spellbound Festival from 25th to 31st October with a packed programme of events including storytelling, arts and crafts, monster mash dance party, reptiles and creepy crawlies, fancy dress and more!
After a successful tour of the US, and a sold-out run at the Brighton Fringe Festival, RSC veteran Tim Hardy brings his solo show ‘The Trials Of Galileo’ to the Market Place Theatre on Thursday 23rd October. ‘The Trials Of Galileo’ focuses on the events surrounding his trial for heresy in 1633. Galileo’s tragedy was a mistaken belief that all he had to do was show the church his reasoning and his evidence and the church would fall in behind him. He understood the science better than any man alive, but never grasped the politics. Until it was too late.
SHARE’S Halloween Howler is an annual event. Guest will go on a Ghost Paddle to an island where they will be brought to Hags Hut, walk through our Haunted Forest, Carve Pumpkins along with other fun family activities. 21st to 31st October.
Quercus Ensemble, Northern Ireland’s exciting and dynamic chamber ensemble presents ‘Songs, Games and Dances at the Cafe de Paris’ this evening, Tuesday 21st October, at the Strule Arts Centre Omagh. An evening of classical cabaret inspired by the world’s most romantic city. Let them transport you back to the golden age of the Parisian salon, with love songs by Faure, Saint-Saens’s gripping Danse Macabre, and Bizet’s vibrant depiction of children’s games.
Haunted Hezlett is back with all new, live action, interactive ghoulish tours from 25th to 28th October. Set in the specially themed grounds of Hezlett House, both inside and out, this is a night you won’t forget! Immerse yourself in the action if you dare. Fancy dress encouraged. Unsuitable for young children, however Mini Haunted Hezlett on 26th and 27th October will provide some less scary daytime spookiness for the litte ones! Come along in fancy dress, create some eerie crafts and take a tour of the haunted house!. Fun for all the family.
This Halloween why not come to Moyle, the Heart of the Causeway Coast and Glens? With so much to do to keep the family entertained from Saturday 25th to Friday 31st October. All the family can take part in pop-up art and craft workshops, face painting, Halloween selfies and attend Dracula the Panto! Finish off the week with the Spectacular fancy dress parade and fireworks in Ballycastle.
Belfast Film and Comic Con will be taking over the Odyssey Arena in Belfast Saturday 25th and Sunday the 26th of October. Belfast Film and Comic Con promises to bring you some of your favourite stars from TV, Film and Comics as well as a whole host of fun activities including photo shoots, panels, autograph sessions and hundreds of stalls full of TV and Film memorabilia to browse. Show opens from 9am – 6pm on both days