This is what terror sounds like.

A chilling event like no other, Eerie is a haunted, haunting, audio ghost experience. Immerse yourself in the audio files of an occult investigator, as he chills you with ghastly stories and the horrific history of the city.

Part petrifying audio tour, part terrifying treasure hunt, prepare to tiptoe fearfully through the maze of nightmare streets, desperately searching for clues to unlock a dark mystery. Beginning your journey at Smock Alley Theatre and ending god knows where, this weird walking tour of Dublin city centre is not for the faint hearted. Will you survive these blood-curdling tales collected for your dark delight?

So buy your ticket to download Eerie onto your phone and pray to make it through your solo horror experience.

Tickets can be bought from Smock Alley Theatre. Upon purchase, a downloadable link will be emailed to your smartphone. Customers must provide their own smartphone and earphones. The starting point is Smock Alley Theatre, Exchange Street, Dublin 2. The show can be experienced at any time of day but must be experienced on the day of purchase.

For media information, pictures and interviews contact:

Peter Dunne – Producer


T: +353 85 7730891

Listings information

Venue: Experience begins at Smock Alley Theatre and continues throughout city centre

Dates: Must end Weds 30th Nov

Tickets: 7 euro

Booking Information: 01 677 0014 or

Duration: Approx 90 minutes

Please note: As Eerie is an audio experience, tickets can only be purchased on the day of use. No advance booking is available or necessary.

Peter Dunne is the founder of Morb, a notorious underground cinema event now producing its first live experience. He is the writer of the acclaimed, sell-out plays Broadening, Inhabitance and Before Colour.

Liam Geraghty is an award winning radio reporter for RTE Radio 1 appearing on shows such as The Business, The History Show, The Book Show and The Media Show. He is a puppeteer for CBBC's Brain Freeze. He produced and hosted The Comic Cast, a two time winner of Best Independent Podcast which was archived by the National Library of Ireland for its cultural significance.