Entertainment round-up: Halloween festivities
HALLOWEEN is fast approaching and with it a host of festivities that will be happening across Kenmare.
One such event will be the 'Haunted Forest' in Reenagross, run by the Kenmare Bay Swimming Club on Monday, October 28. Children's entertainment, Halloween games, hay rides through the 'haunted' forest, campfire stories and many other surprises will be in store in Reenagross.
Entry to the 'Haunted Forest' will be priced at €12 per family of two adults and two children, with an additional cost of €2 per extra child and €4 per extra adult.
The only thing organisers are asking is to bring torches and have your wits about you.
A PLAY based on the iconic novel and film The Butcher Boy by Patrick McCabe will be performed for one night only in the Carnegie Arts Centre on Friday, October 11.
'Frank Pig Says Hello' takes you on a journey through the mind of Frank Pig, a cheerfully manic delinquent growing up in small town Ireland.
The play is described as "a black comedy, a grotesque fusion of storytelling and role-play, where over 30 characters are played by two versatile actors."
Tickets are priced at €12/€10 and begins at 8 p.m.
Acoustic band Tupelo are back to play the Carnegie Arts Centre on Saturday, October 12.
Described as "an exciting, original, acoustic roots act", the four piece band have been given four star reviews from the likes of BBC Radio 2 Magazine and Hot Press.
Tickets are €10 and the show begins at 8 p.m. on the night.
IT'S that time of year again and The Harvest Ball returns to The Kenmare Bay Hotel on Saturday, November 2.
Doors open at 7.30pm and music and dancing is to Wallop The Cat. Tickets are €25 and booking on 064 6682003. Door prizes and raffles on the night.