At this ghoulish time of year, there is nothing more frightening to the imagination than the thought of forgetting to trick or treat yourself and your family.
With all the freaky festivities getting underway, why not indulge in a little bit of mischief with an other-worldly boogey, or a scarily good meal deal?
Here are five ways to treat yourself this Halloween bank holiday!
1. Feed The Family With Domino’s
Stuff yourselves after a night of trick or treating with a stuffed crust pizza from Domino’s!
And don’t forget about the dips – Domino’s iconic Garlic & Herb dip is waiting to be gobbled up by your little gremlins this Halloween.
Be in with the chance to win a GIANT-sized Garlic & Herb dip costume by heading over to Domino’s social media channels- because there’s nothing scarier than running out of your favourite Garlic & Herb dip!
2. Transcend Worlds At Púca Festival
Feel alive with the sound of great Irish music in the place where the veil between worlds is the thinnest.
Púca Festival presents some of the best Irish music acts inside the Big Top Púca Stage in Trim Castle across the entire bank holiday weekend! With everyone from Gavin James to Imelda May, you’re sure to find something to love.
3. Warm Your Belly with Dingle Samhain Single Malt Whiskey
Dingle Distillery has launched a new limited edition whiskey, Dingle Samhain Single Malt Whiskey, just in time for Halloween. This is the first whiskey of their new series, Wheel of the Year. This malt whiskey is scarily good, having been matured in bourbon casks. You’d have to be ghoulish not to try it for yourself!
4. Put On Your Freaky Dress at the Grand Social
The Halloween Fancy Dress Party at the Grand Social in Dublin City is the perfect place to get out your freaky dress and dance the night away with your ghouls! The event takes place on October 29th, with a start time 11 PM. ID is required.
5. Stoke Your Bloodiest Fears With Bram Stoker
The Bram Stoker Festival invites you into a Vampirical event which is sure to set pulses racing. This event includes an outdoor circus at night, food tours, a comedy show, fire gardens, panel discussions, kid-friendly discos, and much more. Catch all of this across the October Bank Holiday weekend, from October 28th – 31st.
Words by Rebekah O’Reilly