It’s the ultimate frightfest for young people and it’s happening in Armagh.
Teenagers will have the chance to take part in an adrenaline-fuelled Hallowe’en chase!
It certainly is not for the faint-hearted!
But the free event – at the Epicentre, formerly the Armagh Youth Centre at Lisanally Lane – will be an experience to savour and remember.
‘Fright Night: Walk of the Undead’ is being planned and delivered by the Epicentre’s senior member group of young people as an annual showcase event for the centre.
The Fright Night – on Monday, October 31 – promises to be an event no young person should miss.
Military style zombies are on the loose, but do you have the nerve to complete the apocalyptic assault course – around the centre and grounds – and escape with your life? Only time will tell!
The fun gets underway at 7pm, with a last admission time of 8.50pm. Due to the fact there is both indoor and outdoor activities, appropriate clothing and footwear is required. Fancy dress is encouraged but not essential!
This is just the latest fun event lined up at the Epicentre. Its vibrant Lego-like façade is hard to miss among the city’s landscape but, following an extensive refurbishment to the youth centre in recent years, it’s the inside of the facility, with its array of technology, games consoles, coffee bar and sports hall, that leaves the lasting impression on young people and parents alike.
In addition to Fright Night, the Education Authority Youth Service-controlled Epicentre has a ‘five night a week’ programme that can be viewed on Facebook @EpicentreArmagh, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or phoning 028 37 511 400.
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