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November has passed and everyone is now gearing up for Christmas and the New Year. Of course Christmas is about buying presents for family and friends so it is likely that treats for yourself will have to be put off until 2019.
Athlone Castle was delighted to host their annual Halloween Event, ‘Rattling Bones and Tombstones: Storytelling and Puppetry Show’ which took place on Saturday afternoon. Children and adults alike enjoyed the fun experience of storytelling by Simone and Michael from StoryGate with special guest appearances from Vinny the handsome Vulture.
The innovative team behind Claregalway 2020 is hosting a novel event this weekend that looks at the legends of the season in the many cultures that now live in the city and county.
This Bank Holiday Sunday, Karma Athlone host ‘Access All Areas - Haunted House of Clowns’.
Eat, drink and be scary during the Halloween weekend at The Prince, Athlone. On Friday, October 26, get your weekend off to a spooky start with our creepy two for one cocktails ,live music with party band ‘Radiostar’ & DJ until 2am.
It’s the scariest time of the year and The Skeff have a Spooktacular weekend of entertainment lined up! Dress to impress in your Halloween costume and be in with a chance of winning a cash prize over the weekend- 1st Prize €250, 2nd Prize €150 & 3rd Prize €100.
Athlone Castle is delighted to announce its Halloween event, 'Rattling Bones and Tombstones Storytelling and Puppetry' shows on Saturday, October 27.
OUT OF The Wild Sky, the 2018 Macnas Halloween parade, celebrating the act of transformation, creating in its wake, a hypnotic, intoxicating, glittering, mysterious world, filled with shadow and nobility, takes place next week.
The innovative team behind Claregalway 2020 is hosting an event at Halloween that looks at the legends of the season in the many cultures that now live in the city and county.
Roscommon Arts Centre is partnering with Ceol Connected to present the first ever Tradoodle Roscommon, an exciting two day traditional arts event for children which takes place at the centre during the October mid-term school break.