Not sure how to spend this year's spooky season? We've got you covered.

Halloween, thought it comes every year, is a night that leaves many students at a loss as to how to celebrate it. It can be a very underwhelming night, with clubs being packed out and costumes destroyed. 

But this year - no more! We are here to help you make sure this Halloween you are going to have the greatiest, spookiest night ever. Below is a quick guide of what's happening around the country tomorrow night, which might tickle your fancy ... 


​For the truly brave amongst you, head down to The Nightmare Realm as you dodge and navigate your way through the many twists and turns of the Realm in the RDS, plagued by zombies and clowns. 

If you're looking for something a little less scream-inducing and a little more entertaining, the Delig Inis Theatre group are performing at Dublinia as they act out some scary Medieval scenes. 


​The Macnas Halloween Parade is celebrating their 31st birthday this year, so you know they're going to pull out all the stops for this year's parade. Starting at around 5.30pm, you can expect costumes, singing and live music. Pop down for a traditional way to celebrate the holiday. 


​Just because it's Halloween doesn't mean you don't have to be cultured, so why not embark on the Cork or Cobh Ghost Tour? Wander the streets on this scary evening and learn about the county's creepy past. 


​Experience the city like never before on this nighttime kayak tour. Go trick-or-treating early and bring some snacks with you as your tour guide takes you around the city. 

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