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Boo @ The Zoo Halloween Event

By Lorna / October 28, 2016

Dublin Zoo invite everyone to visit this Halloween for a busy day full of activities and scary surprises! From 12- 4 there will be a creepy animal trail, festive keeper talks and spooky arts and crafts. Be sure the check out the reptile house for some creepy crawlies and slithering serpents. There will be face […]

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Top 5 Spooky Events For Your Halloweekend!

By Craig Marshall / October 28, 2016

Halloween Events In Dublin This Weekend! Virginia Pumpkin Festival This four day festival is the perfect family Halloween event for you and the family. There will be family entertainment all weekend long starting at 3 pm on October 30th. Following the event, there will be a fireworks show at 5. To Top the weekend off […]

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Bleedin’ Deadly Halloween Event

By Lorna / October 27, 2016

Quite possibly Ireland’s freakiest Halloween event, Bleedin’ Deadly is taking place from the 28th (tomorrow!) to the 31st of October.This event invites you back in time to finely dressed gentleman and corset-wearing ladies – where a freak show (and not your telly) was main source of entertainment! Space Cowboy will be hosting the Bleedin’ Deadly event […]

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7 Halloween Costumes That Are Only Scary In 2016

By admin / October 26, 2016

Well kids, it’s that time of year again. There’s fake cobwebs all over everything, pumpkins have invaded the veg aisle and you can’t turn round in any of the shops without bumping into some tacky piece of shit and prompting a scratchy, pre-recorded voice to tell you how tasty trick-or-treaters are. It’s also time to […]

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Halloween Events @ The Liquor Rooms

By Lorna / October 25, 2016

More Halloween events! Today’s events are a lot more adult friendly. The Poetry Brothel will be offering a spooky, sensual night at the Liquor Rooms. On the 30th of October at 8:30 you are invited to attend the spectacle. There will be burlesque dancers, body painters, private poetry readings, magicians and tarot card readers. Really […]

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Child Friendly Halloween Events

By Lorna / October 24, 2016

Today we’re featuring some events on this Halloween for everyone. Tales from the Shadows: Gothic Tales There is a mysterious, otherworldly event taking place at Marsh’s library beside St Patrick’s Cathedral on the 29th of October from 2-6. March’s library would have seen Bram Stoker pass through its doors countless times. Bram Stoker met a […]

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A Day in the Life of a Dubliner: The Spookiest Irish Myths and Legends

By Irine / October 21, 2016

Ireland is a country steeped in myth and mystery. You can’t turn around without someone telling you that this particular plot of land is haunted by some tortured soul or other. With Halloween right around the corner, it’s only fitting to learn all about the creepiest, scariest and downright terrifying Irish myths and legends. Whether […]

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Events this Halloween – Horror films at the IFI

By Lorna / October 21, 2016

Scary films are like eating junk food when you’re trying to lose weight. You know you shouldn’t – because you’ll be up all night listening to every squeak and creak convincing yourself the house is haunted or killer clowns are going to break in. But you can’t help yourself. Your curiosity gets the better of […]

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Events this Halloween – Gothic 1920’s Night

By Lorna / October 20, 2016

Find yourself at the Irish Museum of Modern Art at the Royal Hospital Kilmainham on the 29th for a night of glamour, curiosities and a flashback to the 1920s, all with a gothic undertone. Prohibition: the Beautiful and the Damned is a decadent, dark night for dancing, dating and drinking all in 1920’s style. Fancy […]

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Events on this Halloween!

By Lorna / October 19, 2016

Halloween is almost upon us, and Babylon Radio is getting ready to get spooked! We’ve researched the some of the creepiest events to really get you in a ghoulish mood. For the lead up to Halloween we will be posting information about these events taking place around Ireland to celebrate Halloween – or ‘Oíche Shamhna’ in […]

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