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“This Is the Time. This Is The Hour. Ours Is The Magic. Ours Is the Power.” – The Craft (1996)

With Meeting House Horrors Screenings For Fancy Dress Encouragement to The Calling Beyond The Grave In The Dark Depths Of A Séance –  Stokerlands Victorian Amusement Park Return of Family Frights & Delights and Animated Scary Features for lil monsters. From the ‘spooken’ word to the wretched writings, the white noise of a radio broadcast of Draculas Ascension to the Dusk Twilight Lighting Spectacular along the banks of Aul Grand Canal Dock.. why not join our army of the undead and carnival of souls and scare the city’s unsuspecting public – this 8th edition in the annual cannon of 4 Days of Deadly Stories and 4 Nights of Deadly Adventures will encourage you to get your ‘freak’ on.

Volunteering is great way to get involved in all aspects of the festival from behind the scenes to out front in the street teams and ‘haunted’ venues they work closely with the artists and public alike – from front of house to social media, from make up & costume assistance to stewarding at our outdoor events – there is something for everyone keen to see what it takes to bring a festival of this size to the streets of Old Dublin.

How to Volunteer

Our volunteer application form is now live. Fill out our application form here  and return it completed by 5pm, closing date: Wednesday 16th October 2019.

Listen To Them, The Children Of The Night! What Sweet Music They Make

Still not sure if you want to risk and take a bite and come to the dark side? Why not come along to our ‘Open Coven’ Recruitment Evening on Tuesday 15th October at 7.30pm in DublinTown, 43 – 45 Middle Abbey Street, Dublin 1. You can meet other volunteers, find out more about our events, ask questions and even fill out the application form there and then.

“Now You Know What We Are, and Now You Know What You Are!” – The Lost Boys (1987)

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Date Posted: 30 September 2019
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