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Dublin’s Ambassador Theatre is being turned into a house of horrors as the creative team behind Dublin’s original horror attraction ‘Damnation’, which had a record breaking run in the RDS, and Galway’s widely renowned ‘CarnEvil bring Bloodlust: Rise of the Vampirates to the historic building.
Using high end special effects, hydraulics, pneumatics, audio-visuals along with real living monsters and the occasional human, the Bloodlust team will have you screaming all the way through. A walk-through experience aimed at adults who enjoy the fear factor! Chicken doors are an escape for the faint of heart.
From 1 October: Open every Monday-Thursday from 6pm-11pm and Friday-Sunday from 4pm and 11pm with last entry at 10.45pm. Previews 1 and 2 October at special €12 (plus service charge).
Recently, you may have noticed renovations at the Ambassador Theatre on O’Connell Street Dublin. Some cracks had appeared in the basement floor and essential maintenance work was ordered to be carried out. Working in the crypts below, an ancient door was opened by unsuspecting workmen. A search party was sent beneath and nothing but bloody remains were found.
It is believed that this crypt was built to contain the most evil creatures of them all, the Vampirates! Bloodthirsty, evil scourge of the sea made immortal by the bite of vampires they had chanced upon adrift at sea. These barely human monsters and their comrades lie in wait below the theatre to test your courage. Run through mazes, crawl through tunnels, try to escape the horror. Fast, frenzied and starved of blood, the Vampirates will get you. There is but one question you must ask yourself:
Are you brave enough? Or foolish enough?