Top of your queer to do list for the Halloween bank holiday weekend is looking like Mother on Sunday, October 28.
Our pals at Mother are taking over The Church Bar on Mary Street for an all hallows disco bloodbath on Sunday, October 28.
Having recently been named as the number one best place to dance the night away in Dublin by Lovin’ Dublin, you can’t go wrong by spending your bank Halloween weekend with the queer gods of disco.
They said, “Having recently moved from its old home in Copper Alley to Eustace Street, Mother is all about wild dancing, deadly tunes and having the best time.”
Deep in an 18th-century crypt in the city centre, Mother is waking the dead for an all hallows disco bloodbath. Cleared of corpses and converted, the crypt at the Church on Wolf Tone St will be playing host to a very special Mother bank holiday Sunday spectacular.
A plague of undead drag queens, re-activated actors, Ghostboy on the decks and an underground hallowicked experience designed to get you dancing with the undead.
Dress code for the evening is Less is more, blood & gore. So get your best make up artist mate at the ready to give you a sickening look that will help you paint the town red!
If you need some costume inspiration, take a look at our list of amazing LGBT+ couples’ costumes.
Tickets for this event are extremely limited and Earlybird tickets sold out overnight. Book your tickets now on Eventbrite to avoid disappointment.
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