Halloween/Samhain 2012 at the Leprechaun Museum
The stories that scare us most, are those that have a ring of truth....

Dark nights at the National Leprechaun Museum. Haunting stories from Ireland’s ancient festival of Samhain. (Evening events for adults only)


In Ireland, the supernatural Otherworld is never far away. It lies beneath a seemingly peaceful and beautiful landscape, just beyond our vision but ready to reveal itself when we least expect it, or unknowingly stir it to life...

In ancient Ireland, Halloween (originally Samhain) is the beginning of the new year, when the veil between our world and the otherworld of the Sí (Irish fairies/spirits) is at its thinnest. A time of reckoning when debts are settled and the spirits move among us...

www.leprechaunmuseum.ie/halloween

Following last year’s sell-out success, the National Leprechaun Museum will once again come alive with restless spirits of Halloween.

Take a journey, if you dare, into the dark otherworld of Ireland… a journey through time and space, light and dark, into a world of superstition and frightening reality.

Enter a world of hostile fairies, dark spirits, mischievous púcas and malevolent Sí ógs… A mysterious, frightening and sometimes deadly world lying behind the thin veneer of the world we know.

On the site of an old city morgue, beside a disturbed cemetery...Come and relive some of the stories that inspired a worldwide obsession with Halloween.

INTERACTIVE PERFORMANCES NIGHTLY
24 OCTOBER – 4 NOVEMBER
7.30PM, 8PM, 8.30PM, 9PM & 9.30PM
[Show duration approx 70 min]
ADULT ONLY EVENT. STRICTLY 18+
NO REFUNDS FOR SCAREDY CATS!

TICKETS FROM €15 - €30.
Discounts available when booking in online in advance at www.leprechaunmuseum.ie/halloween

Each performance will start on time and there will be no admittance or refunds for late-comers.
We advise that you arrive approx 10-15 minutes before the stated start-time.
This eerie Halloween/Samhain production is conceived, developed and performed by the wonderfully creative staff and storytellers at the National Leprechaun Museum.
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