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23/10/2021

Fright nights at Kilkenny’s ZombieFest

THE LIVING DEAD were walking the streets of Kilkenny over the bank holiday weekend with ghosts, ghouls and zombies resurrecting themselves for the inaugural Thrillkenny Zombie Fest.

THE LIVING DEAD were walking the streets of Kilkenny over the bank holiday weekend with ghosts, ghouls and zombies resurrecting themselves for the inaugural Thrillkenny Zombie Fest.

Gore and blood spilled on the streets during the two-night festival which included a zombie walk, zombified street performances, live outdoor samba music, pyrotechnic displays, knife juggling, stilt walkers, sword swallowing zombie-themed events in bars around the city. On Friday evening people of all ages transformed themselves into zombies with zombie brides, housewives and medical students moving to the groove of Michael Jackson’s zombie. Thrill The World is an annual worldwide simultaneous dance of Michael Jackson’ “Thriller”.

After the Thriller dance the zombies slowly lurched and fell down Kieran Street adding to the creepy Halloween atmosphere that had descended on the city in scenes similar to that of a George Romero horror film.

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