The novelty of dressing up at Halloween is certainly not lost on me, I thoroughly enjoy transforming into someone else for the night.
Previous costumes I’ve donned include: an ode to Frida Kahlo, my take on the legendary stuffed olive costume from Angus Thongs and Perfect Snogging, Cruella DeVille (that in truth was more mad cow than dalmatian-chic), a Raggedy Andy broken doll getup and a rather hilarious sunburned tourist that my sister won’t let me live down.
Human costume parties are one thing, dog costume parties on the other hand - the clear winner.
Pet owners out west are in luck as Palás, Galway’s resident arthouse cinema, is hosting a very cool doggy-friendly event this coming Saturday.
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Don't miss our doggy costume party + Frankenweenie screening this Saturday, 26th! We can't wait to see what ensembles you and your pooch come up with - and there will be prizes on the day for the best costume!⠀ .⠀ Tickets available from the box office or via the link in our bio.⠀ .⠀ #frankenweenie #dogfriendly #dogfriendlygalway #halloween #dogcostume #palascinema #galway #ireland
Showing a screening of Tim Burton’s animated flick Frankenweenie, it’s a sure-fire way to keep the kids happy and get in the spooky season mood.
Tickets only cost a tenner and can be gotten here, over the phone or at the box office.