5 Things to Do This Week

5 Things to Do This Week

26 October – 1 November – Our top 5 things to do this week

A Hallowe’en like no other…. The kids are off, the days are short and we are in level 5. If ever we needed some great events, it’s this week. Here’s our pick of what’s happening, focusing on online events to keep every safe…

FESTIVAL: Bram Stoker Festival

This years Bram Stoker Festival promises a delicious cocktail of events for vampires of all ages! Turn the kitchen into a nightclub with The Ark. Dracula’s own DJ spins the decks for an at home monster mash. You can become a curse hunter and help save the universe. Or sink your fangs into some gruesome podcasts. There are plenty on offer to keep you entertained between 30th October and 2nd November.

Link: Bram Stoker Festival

FOOD: Virtual Burren Food Fayre

The Virtual Burren Food Fayre is underway and continues until 3rd November. Each evening, at 7pm, top chefs will bring the flavour of the Burren to your home via live Facebook demonstrations. Just try to avoid licking the screen….

things to do this week

Link: Visit the Burren Facebook Page

FESTIVAL: Samhain: Limerick’s Halloween Festival

Enjoy all the fun of Limerick at Halloween where ever you are… This years activities take place entirely online. They include storytelling, workshops and a parade with Lumen Street Theatre. Or you are brave enough for a trip to the virtual Death Café Limerick?

Link: Samhain Facebook Page

Halloween Fun: Clonmel Zombie Walk

South Tipperary is usually a zombie mecca each October. This year, there will be no ghosts and ghouls walking the streets of Clonmel. Instead, everyone is invited to a spooky and entertaining hour of music, games, stories. So, dress up and get online for a zombie zoom….

things to do

Link: Facebook Page

FESTIVAL: Mayo Dark Sky Festival

Take a break from the macabre this Halloween night with the Mayo Dark Sky Festival. The festival moves online for 2020, bringing three continents together across four time zones. Astronomy, Art, Nature, Heritage and dark sky celebrations all feature on our virtual programme which is completely free to attend.

things to do

Link: Mayo Dark Sky Festival

Finally, all details on our list of things to do are correct at time of publication. Please check with the organiser before finalising your plans. In addition, we ask that you are mindful of the current HSE Covid -19 guidelines at all times.

Do you have a great event coming up? So tell us all about it here.