What's On: Spooky nights at Exploris Aquarium, Adults-Only at Armagh Planetarium, scary trail on Lusty Beg and more

Phil Coulter will perform live at the Alley Theatre in Strabane this Saturday night
Phil Coulter will perform live at the Alley Theatre in Strabane this Saturday night Phil Coulter will perform live at the Alley Theatre in Strabane this Saturday night


DO THINGS go bump in the night at the Exploris Aquarium? Well now is your chance to find out with Night at The Aquarium this Friday and Saturday Night. Includes meal, guided tour and more.


Join the Armagh Planetarium's 'Adults-Only Takeover' when adults get the chance to take over the facility for the night this Friday. Grab a glass of bubbles, experience the dome theatre, be entertained with the Hubble Bubble Toil and Trouble live science show with Scientific Sue and take home an intergalactic space photo.


Scary trail for children at Lusty Beg Island until November 3. Includes food and a drink. Are you brave enough to walk the woods, explain the noises and sightings and experience Fermanagh's scariest Halloween Event?


Phil Coulter performs live at the Alley Theatre Strabane this Saturday night. An original retrospective on the work of one of our finest musical artists, it's a show for every lover of good music.


The Walled City Market returns to Guildhall Square this Saturday from 11am to 4pm, welcoming the very best of artisan traders and offering visitors a family-friendly shopping experience with a wide selection of speciality foods and hand crafted products. Tickle your taste buds with homemade jams, chutneys, sauces, artisan breads and cakes, a range or organic meats and of course some sweet treats.


Join the Marine Hotel Ballycastle on Saturday November 2 for their Spooktacular Witches and Wizards Afternoon Tea. Devour delicious sand-witches, drink down a 'poisonous' potion, and indulge in some devilish delights. Halloween movie, face painting, small gifts, fancy dress competition, witchcraft corner, room décor, £12.50 per child, £16 per adult.


Wireless Mystery Theatre presents A Story of Irish Gothic at the Crescent Arts Centre this Saturday evening. An evening of Irish horror is the perfect, cozy scare for when the air gets cold and the night grows dark, with two classic Irish spook stories reanimated in the dark, with live music from two original scores for violin, cello, and guitar.

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