Enjoy a Halloween Spooktacular with all your little ghastly ghouls this Halloween with a fantastically devilish disco this Saturday from 3-5pm at Edenmore Golf Club Moira. Halloween games, spooky snacks, face-painting, fancy dress and colouring in competitions guarantee a fiendishly fun filled afternoon for all! Witches, devils, ghosts, black cats and vampires – all are welcome! Pre-booking essential as spaces are limited.
Enjoy some family Halloween fun at the Navan Centre, Armagh from 29th October to 1st November. Have spooky fun as you meet with Hansel and Gretal at the witches house in the woods, but beware of what could be lurking in the trees. You never know who is watching! Enjoy the interactive ‘Billy Bones’ games and activities… are you sure that bone is supposed to be there? Make a Halloween dream catcher to hang in your window and enjoy our hair-raising theatre presentation based on the popular ‘I am a Celebrity…’
SHARE’S annual Halloween Howler event takes place this year from 29th to 31st October. Guests can purchase a pass that will grant them access to a Haunted Forest Walk, Pumpkin Carving and take part in an number of our Halloween Extravaganza Activities.
Dust off your broomsticks and dress up the kids if you’re brave enough to join the Premier Loughshore Spooktacular Halloween event – Nightmare on Kinturk Street II – Kinturk Centre, Moortown this Saturday. This exclusive adult ONLY Ghostly Trail of the Banshee once again directed by the brilliant Gerry Cunningham is taking an alfresco twist into the Mysterious Murky Moss! Kinturk will once again be transformed into a fun, haunted centre with a variety of entertainment for all the family, apple bobbing, kid friendly ghost trails, storytelling, disco as well as delicious festive fayre – all culminating in a spectacular fireworks display at 9.30pm. So dust off your broomsticks and dress up your kids to make this Halloween a memorable one at Kinturk Centre .. if you dare!
With a bigger and even busier programme of events than ever before from 29th October to 1st November, coupled with the addition of the rise of the ghostly River Gods from the Foyle and further afield, it’s set to be a week awash with devilish activities for all to experience in Derry this year. The city and district will be full of tricks and treats galore – with the return of the gruesome ‘Chateau le Fear’ and the incredible spectacle of ‘Awakening of the Walls’, and the addition of the ‘Rio Bravo Fiesta’ celebrating Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead)! The big treat of course is the annual, world renowned, street carnival parade – the biggest in Europe, culminating in the explosive fireworks finale!
There’s mischief brewing in at Mossley Mill this Halloween for little monsters too cute to spook, aged between 3 and 8 years on Saturday 31st October. There will be crafty imps arty activities, fearsome face painting, Balloon modelling in the Museum and special performance with Mr Hullabaloo Puppeteer Show with storybook villains in Theatre at The Mill (tickets are £4.00 and must be booked in advance with box office). Ending with a fancy dress competition, so if you’ve Got It, Haunt It!
Enjoy a 1.5 hour ride in a restored steam train from Belfast Central, along the shores of Belfast Lough to Whitehead and return this Saturday. Ghosts and ghouls of all ages are encouraged to wear seasonal dress and enjoy the unique steamy atmosphere. All ticket holding children receive a spooky goody bag from the wicked witch! Train departs Belfast Central at 11:30 & 14:30. Tickets must be booked in advance from Belfast Welcome Centre (02890246609) or online fromwww.steamtrainsireland.com