Otherworld 2020

Online, Saturday 31st October

This year's Otherworld will be a very different experience.Unfortunately due to current restrictions there'll be no fireworks or outdoor festival.

That's why this year the festival will be moving online, with loads of opportunities for you to get involved. . .

Mun TV will be taking over social media on Halloween Night as part of the Otherworld Halloween Festival and  want YOU to be a part of it.

Send a video of yourself showing off your talent to axisplayground@gmail.com or via facebook and your video could be shown on Halloween Night.

Not only that but one act will be chosen as the Otherworld Headliners. This act will get to record on the axis stage and will receive a prize of €100!

Entries must be received by October 17th to be considered.

Ballymun doesn't need fireworks to light up! We are talented, resilient and brilliant.

Saturday 31st October

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