Things to do in Dublin this Halloween

Your guide to Halloween themed events in Dublin including Damnation, the Bram Stoker festival and Samhain Festival.

For all the Halloween revellers out there is a feast of activity for you to enjoy this Halloween!

Halloween night background with pumpkin and full moon.

Damnation – experience the terror of Samuel Pages nightmare!

If you are a scare seeker this is for you! Samuel Page was a blacksmith who worked in the RDS back in the 1830s but it was discovered that he ran a satanic cult from the basement in his home for years, and had been preying on innocent victims  to offer sacrifice to his Lord Lucifer. The story goes that Samuel has been coming back to get revenge on the people of Dublin for centuries. A beast in DAMNATION trapped between our world and Hell, he lives a deathly nightmare of horror and evil. Disciples of Page’s cult still follow him today. He is said to gather people from far and wide but the question is… will you be next?

If you are still interested going along to this nightmare Damnation is located in Ring Hall at the RDS, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4 so catch an NRC Taxi who will get you there scare free!

Bram Stoker Festival

The third annual Bram Stoker festival happens in Dublin from Friday 24th to Monday 27th October 2014. Once again, If you love horror movies and anything scary this year’s Bram Stoker Festival is for you.

This will be a weekend of fun for all ages with walking tours, literary workshops, theatre, cinema and highlight in Dublin Castle where Spraoi will perform a spooky spectacle in the grounds of Dublin Castle.

Read our handy guide to the festival here.

Samhain Festival – 26th October 2014 at Loughrew Gardens, Co Meath

Samhain Festival is a  one day fancy dress festival that will host international acts across three stages including Jon Hopkins, Mya Jane Coles, Booka Shade (live), John Talabot, Rodhad, Jimmy Edgar. You can also enjoy craft beers and a feast of gourmet food, at this ultimate Halloween festival.

This is a car free event but there is a festival bus leaving from Custom House Quay in Dublin and dropping you straight to the festival site. Tickets will be on sale soon. So leave the car at home and call NRC on 01 6772222 who can bring you hassle (and scare) free to the city centre for your bus!

Halloween Haunted Spooktacular Event

The Halloween Haunted Spooktacular departs St Audeons Church at the Cook Street entrance and brings you into the dark spooky countryside in County Meath where you will experience the terrifying Haunted Spooktacular Horror Farm. Covering 10 Acres of Fear the Scream Team behind the Horror Farm plan offer a feast of frights combining claustrophobia, and state of the art special effects to create an EXTREME Scream Experience. The Attraction combines live actors, special effects sounds to create a unique, four dimensional assault on the senses.

You will definitely need an NRC taxi home from that event – call us on 01 6772222 or log onto www.nrc.ie!

Kids Halloween Event at the Arc

 On a much lighter note the The Ark in Temple Bar is celebrating Halloween this year with 7 days of spooky popular music events. Running throughout the midterm break on October , activities includes spooky songwriting workshops, pop music jams, The Bram Jam ( in partnership with the Bram Stoker Festival), DJ gigs and workshops, beatboxing workshops, a Halloween Hang-out Zone and much more. So why don’t you beat the rain and call an NRC Taxi who will whisk you and the kids into this fun adventure!

 

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