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Halloween high jinks: Nathan McCabe (9), Eric Moore (7), Fiadh Mae Walsh (7) and Sienna Castro Darcy (7) at St Patrick’s Park, Dublin. Photo: Julien Behal

Halloween high jinks: Nathan McCabe (9), Eric Moore (7), Fiadh Mae Walsh (7) and Sienna Castro Darcy (7) at St Patrick’s Park, Dublin. Photo: Julien Behal

Halloween high jinks: Nathan McCabe (9), Eric Moore (7), Fiadh Mae Walsh (7) and Sienna Castro Darcy (7) at St Patrick’s Park, Dublin. Photo: Julien Behal

Ghoulish adventures await visitors to the Bram Stoker Festival.

The four-day festival, which starts on October 25, celebrates the legacy of the iconic writer and promises familyfriendly events as well as late night antics.

In Dublin's historic Grand Canal Dock, 'Night Watch' is an outdoor installation that sees a ghostly ship summoned from the dark, swathed in fog and forbidding lights as beings and bodies rise from the depths. While best viewed from dusk, it will be in place all day throughout the festival.

Meanwhile, the boundaries between the worlds of the dead and the living will be blurred at 'Séance' which takes place in a shipping container on Wolfe Tone Square.

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