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Come and have a howl at Wilton today

Wednesday, 23rd October, 2019 4:15pm

It’s going to be a spooky time at Wilton Shopping Centre today with a host of events on for both adults and children.

The Halloween Howl Party is set to take place from 1-4pm and will feature magician Stephen Aherne from Action Entertainments. He will be holding magic shows and will also be inviting any wannabe magicians to come up on stage and show off their magic tricks.

There will be a Halloween Fancy Dress Parade through the centre with a prize for the best dressed costume so dress up in your most spooky outfit. The Halloween Party is suitable for all ages and admission is free to shoppers of the centre. There will also be a balloon modeller and a face painter who will be creating amazing designs for all the children as well as music, fun and games.

New to the centre this year for the spooky season is Halloween HQ. This store is the perfect place to go if you are looking for any Halloween costume outfits, decorations or any other spooky tricks or treats.

Susanne Irwin, Manager of Wilton Shopping Centre said: “Halloween will be a howl at Wilton Shopping Centre. It is going to be a great party with magic shows, Fancy Dress Parades, and lots of prizes to be won. It's going to be a scream.”

For further information call the customer service desk on 021-4546944 or email customerservice@wiltonshoppingcentre.ie.

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