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Call for creatures of the night

Wednesday, 9th August, 2017 4:50pm

Are you interested in a career in frightening the life out of people? The Nightmare Realm has just the job for you! The scare house is welcoming people aged 16 and over to learn the artistry of fear in a scare workshop to be held on Saturday 9 September from 12-2pm at The Port of Cork.

"We're looking for the weird and wonderful this year to help us take The Nightmare Realm to the next level. The characters we have created rely on fearless and shameless people behind them to bring them to life or, in some cases, back from the dead," said creator Karl O’Connor.
He said they are also looking for people who can immerse themselves in a role and make the character their own.
"We're all about pushing boundaries and the creatures in the Realm are designed to terrify attendees in lots of different ways – facial expression, blood curdling screams and even the slightest movement made at just the right time," the master of fear said.
The two-hour workshop will teach participants how to make grown men cry by unhinged geniuses. Those who show the most promise will be welcomed into the dysfunctional family of the Realm, where they will be given a paid position and told to commit to the month of October.
No previous acting experience is necessary, as long as aspiring creatures of the night are outgoing, willing to embody the role and can easily instil hysteria on their poor victims, who will probably need therapy after the experience.
A workshop will also be held on Saturday 26 August from 12-2pm at the RDS in Dublin.
Tickets for the Nightmare Realm are available for online booking on from September.

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