[blockquote_right] Beginning at the Front Steps at Smock Alley
Must end Wed 30 Nov[/blockquote_right]
This is what terror sounds like.
Morb presents a Halloween event like no other, Eerie is a haunted, haunting, audio ghost experience. Immerse yourself in the audio files of an occult investigator, as he chills you with ghastly stories and the horrific history of the city.
Part petrifying audio tour, part terrifying treasure hunt, prepare to tiptoe fearfully through the maze of nightmare streets, desperately searching for clues to unlock a dark mystery. Beginning your journey at Smock Alley Theatre and ending god knows where, this weird walking tour of Dublin city centre is not for the faint hearted. Will you survive these blood-curdling tales collected for your dark delight?
Buy your ticket to download Eerie onto your phone and pray to make it through your solo horror experience.
Attendees must provide their own smartphone and earphones. They should also bring a pen to take notes.
The audio file can either be streamed or downloaded to your phone. We recommend downloading it to your phone in advance. It’s quite a large file (just over 100mb) so probably best to download it using WIFI rather than using up your data allowance.
Times of tour operation are 9am to 10pm weekdays and 10am to 4.30pm weekends and Bank Holidays. Parts of the route are inaccessible outside of these times.
You won’t need to physically come in to Smock Alley at any point, but the tour does start from just outside.
Written & directed by Peter Dunne
Sound design by Liam Geraghty
Performed by Margaret McAuliffe, Michelle McMahon and Donncha O’Dea
Visit the Morb company website Here
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