This Friday is Halloween and while there were many scary events on last weekend, this weekend has plenty more to choose from. Read on for our top picks for the weekend...
The Rocky Horror Picture Show Halloween Extravaganza
The Rocky Horror Picture Show is a movie going experience like no other, where you become part of the action rather than just watching it. With a set routine for the audience to follow at these hallowed screenings, it’s time to dress up as your favourite Rocky Horror characters, shout out the lines, throw rice at the screen and lose all your inhibitions while doing the Time Warp once again.The show takes place on Saturday in the Sugar Club at 8pm.
Go For A Halloween Cocktail at Peruke & Periwig
Maybe you just want to go for a few nice drinks this Halloween and who could blame you? Peruke & Periwig have gotten into the festive swing of things and are offering the most incredible spooky looking cocktails that we can't wait to try!
The Ballymun Festival Steering Committee invite Dubliners to participate in the Otherworld Festival 2014 Parade and visit the Festival Village on Halloween night at the Ballymun Plaza. Why not dress up, build a float, join the music makers or ride your bike with all the other people who will be in the Halloween Parade. The festival takes place tomorrow and more information can be found here.
Fancy having the absolute fright of your life? Then you need to check out Damnation which will be running from now until the 2nd November. If you're starting to get in the mood for Halloween early then head down to the RDS where horrors of Samuel Page’s Nightmare. Visitors will journey through a labyrinth of terrifying rooms, each replicating every unnerving stage of Samuel’s demented mind. Tickets are €19 per person, or €17 for the early bird tickets and you can book here.
Butlers Halloween Chocolate Experience
Butlers have put together a chocolate extravaganza that will be running until tomorrow. Okay, it is mean to be for kids but it sounds like a trip to Willy Wonka's factory so I'll be trying to find a kid I know to babysit so I can go along and enjoy the experience for myself! It's a family day and all visitors are encouraged to come dressed in their scariest Halloween costume. There will be a Butlers Chocolate Movie, a stroll around the chocolate museum, you can enjoy the aroma from the chocolate gallery as you can see the Butlers Chocolate factory, a visit to the experience room where kids dress just like a chocolatier and decorate their own chocolate novelty. Butlers Chocolate Experience entry is €13.50 can be booked here.