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What's on in Co Armagh this Halloween - from scary space show to Boulevard 'Spooktacula'

The Boulevard in Banbridge will celebrate the anticipated Halloween Spooktacula on Friday 25 October.
The Boulevard in Banbridge will celebrate the anticipated Halloween Spooktacula on Friday 25 October.

Here's our pick of some of the spookiest things happening across Co Armagh over the Halloween holidays.

Armagh Halloween Fireworks

  • October 31

Enjoy a fireworks display with live entertainment and face-painting at The Palace.

Parking is available in surrounding city centre car parks. Gates open at 6.30pm with pedestrian access only except for blue badge holders.

Halloween Spooktacula at The Boulevard

  • October 25

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The Boulevard in Banbridge will celebrate the anticipated Halloween Spooktacula on Friday 25 October.
 

Gather up your little monsters, dust off your broomsticks and join in the spine-tingling activities that await during The Boulevard’s week-long programme.

Hosted by Cool FM’s Pete Snodden, there’s fun to be had for the whole family including a spellbinding fireworks display lighting up the skies.

Thrilling fairground rides and street entertainment galore, including your favourite Harry Potter characters, a ‘Day of the Dead’ unicyclist and stilt-walking spectres and zombies, fancy dress competition – for kids and big kids alike, show-stopping samba band performances and Halloween balloons and sweet treats.

‘Scaretarium' at Armagh Planetarium

  • October 28 - November 2

Think space isn’t spooky? Think again! Armagh Planetarium is showcasing the darkest corners of the solar system with its haunting Halloween Dome Show. Prepare for monsters, zombies and ghouls during their 30-minute spectacular.

Halloween family fun at the museum

  • October 26

This will be a fun packed afternoon for all the family. You’ll have an opportunity to make some Halloween crafts and learn about Halloween traditions celebrated in the past.

This year’s event will also include an appearance from Talking Reptiles where you’ll be able to get up close with a selection of animals. All activities will be free and are suitable for primary school children who must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

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