Candlelight: Halloween Film Scores and Soundtracks

Smock Alley Theatre, Sunday 31st October

This Halloween, gather up your courage and enter a beautiful venue turned eerie for a special concert featuring thrilling soundtracks from iconic films such as The Walking Dead, Nightmare before Christmas, and more! By the dim glimmer of candlelight, our eyes are tricked—and treated. Shadows flicker on the walls, accompanying the violins' ominous yet melodic heralding of All Hallows' Eve; this thrilling combination of sound and sight heightens all of our senses, preparing us for whatever may be lurking around the corner. Are you ready?

What You Will Enjoy:

  • An intimate ambience in a beautiful venue bathed in candlelight
  • A talented string quartet performing a mix of classical and modern spooky pieces
  • Stunning architecture of the iconic Smock Alley Theatre
  • A safe and socially-distanced event, ensuring you are comfortable and at ease

Date:
Sunday 31st October
Time:
7.00pm & 9.00pm
Price:
From €33
Address:
Smock Alley Theatre, 1662, Exchange Street Lower, Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland

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