This Is What Terror Sounds Like


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From top: Eerie poster; from left: Peter Dunne, Liam Geraghty and Mags Mcauliffe



Liam Geraghty writesL

Morb presents a Halloween event like no other, Eerie is a haunted, haunting, audio ghost experience.

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?

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

Tickets 7 euros.

Purchase from Smock Alley Theatre [link below]. Upon purchase, a downloadable link will be emailed to your smartphone. The starting point is Smock Alley Theatre, Exchange Street, Dublin 2. The show can be experienced at any time of day.

Morb presents ‘Eerie’ (Facebook)

Smock Alley Theatre