Stories of ghosts, pookas, witches and things that go bump in the night will leave no spine untingled this Halloween weekend at the MAC.
Listen open-mouthed as the old bard tells spooky tales from Ireland and the dark forests of Germany. Hear stories of The Ghost of Earl Tyrone, the headless horseman, Half Hung McNaughton, the Irish vampire and the witch who hated children. These tales are only for children who are old enough, brave enough and prepared to be scared.
This event is suitable for children aged 7-11 years.
To book your ticket, please visit www.themaclive.com. Ticket prices per child, accompanying adult goes free.
Directions to The MAC
The MAC is in Saint Anne's Square (right behind St. Anne's Cathedral and beside the University of Ulster) in Belfast's bustling Cathedral Quarter. Our main entrance is off the square, but you can also pop in via Exchange Street West. We're just a short walk from the centre of Belfast and easy to reach, whatever mode of transport you use. By foot: View the MAC Map - themaclive.com/visiting-the-mac/location By car: You can park securely at Saint Anne's Square multi-storey car park, which is on Edward Street right beside the MAC. The car park is open 24 hours. By bus: The nearest bus stop is at the University of Ulster, York Street. Services to this stop include the Airport Express 300 to Belfast International Airport. By train: Great Victoria Street or Central train stations are the handiest. Visit the Translink website for full public transport information for Belfast.