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Celebrate Halloween with Cinemagic at the Ulster Museum and enjoy a programme of spooky cinematic thrills!
The Festival welcomes Mr Hullabaloo back for his fantastic children’s Halloween show.
Come join the Cinemagic Festival and Mr Hullabaloo and friends on the Fairy-tale Farm for an exciting Autumn Adventure! From baking bread with Dotty the Cook, to visiting the magical pumpkin patch of Hideaway Hollow. This show is full of magical moments and troublesome tricks, especially with the naughty little witch Troubleena and Mischief the Cat around! Don't forget to keep an eye out for Snarly the Dragon, he's a little scared...but he always is!
Performance Duration: 60 mins.
For Cinemagic screenings/events in the Museum Lecture Theatre there is a group booking maximum of 15. Children aged 2 and under do not require a paid for ticket.
Please give surname of person who booked the tickets to Cinemagic staff on arrival.
The event takes place in the Lecture Theatre in the Ulster Museum. Ticket holders will enter the museum through the main front doors and enter Lecture theatre through the double doors in the Stranmillis corridor. Exit will be at the Stranmillis Rd exit of the building.
- General £8
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