24th October 2013 – 3rd November 2013

Various
Price : €20.00

ADDRESS

The Ark, 11a Eustace Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2

CONTACT

+35318733899

WEB

www.leprechaunmuseum.ie

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Samhain at the Leprechaun Museum

Samhain, Stepping stone to the Otherworld-

"Flickering truth, in the darkness comes, not from without but from within."

The National Leprechaun Museum presents its annual Halloween performance, Samhain,  from October 24th until November 3rd.

This adults only interactive show, invites audiences deep into the Otherworld. Every sense becomes distorted and challenged by the forces found within. Evil lurks around every corner, and only by embracing the darkness can you consider yourself safe.

Every year the museum expands its Halloween show, with this year looking to be most frightening show yet. By the time you reach the end, you won't even be able to trust your own shadow...provided you make it to the end. The museum itself comes to life as it's history becomes investigated, for long before it became The National Leprechaun Museum, it was home to the Jervis Street morgue. If you are brave enough to make it through the show, you might just find yourself sharing a room the museums past residents.

Samhain at the Leprechaun Museum

24th October 2013 – 3rd November 2013

Various
Price : €20.00

ADDRESS

The Ark, 11a Eustace Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2

CONTACT

+35318733899

WEB

www.leprechaunmuseum.ie

Share

Samhain, Stepping stone to the Otherworld-

"Flickering truth, in the darkness comes, not from without but from within."

The National Leprechaun Museum presents its annual Halloween performance, Samhain,  from October 24th until November 3rd.

This adults only interactive show, invites audiences deep into the Otherworld. Every sense becomes distorted and challenged by the forces found within. Evil lurks around every corner, and only by embracing the darkness can you consider yourself safe.

Every year the museum expands its Halloween show, with this year looking to be most frightening show yet. By the time you reach the end, you won't even be able to trust your own shadow...provided you make it to the end. The museum itself comes to life as it's history becomes investigated, for long before it became The National Leprechaun Museum, it was home to the Jervis Street morgue. If you are brave enough to make it through the show, you might just find yourself sharing a room the museums past residents.

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