Werewolves

Werewolves

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Time Various
Date October 28th - October 31st
Location Various

Werewolves is a tactical game of finger-pointing and self-preservation – a high-octane, high-stakes parlour game played with friends and strangers around a table. You’ll need to employ all of your wolfly wiles to stay in play…

Trust nobody, observe closely, and have some fun!

Werewolves? What’s that?!
There are werewolves among you…but you won’t hear them howl until it’s too late. A villager has been stolen away by the werewolves. In the town hall, the villagers meet to discuss their strategy, electing a leader. Careful though, there are werewolves hiding among the townspeople, waiting for their opportunity to outnumber and outfox the scared humans. As day turns to night, the villagers wait to see if they’ve managed to keep the threat at bay. The werewolves aim to subsume the village, and for the villagers…well, it’s simply survival of the fittest. Who’s eating whom?

How & Where To Play
Admission is free but ticketed.  Players must be over 18 years of age.  Entry subject to individual venue admission policies. Places are limited so sign up soon!

How Do I Get a Ticket?
Play game at any one of these city centre venues at the times below. Arrive early, grab a drink and settle in!


One ticket = access for one person: if you want your friends to come to the same game, they will need their own ticket.

Friday October 28th
Generator Hostel
Smithfield Square, Dublin 1
Doors 7:00pm, start 7:30pm, end 9:30pm
 
Saturday October 29
Wow Burger in The Workman’s Club
11 Wellington Quay, Dublin 2
Doors 2pm, start 2:30pm, end 4:30pm
 
Farrier & Draper
59 South William St, Dublin 2
Doors 7pm, start 7:30pm, end 9:30pm
 

Sunday October 30th

Opium
26 Wexford St, Dublin 2
Doors 7pm, start 7:30pm, end 9:30pm
 

Monday October 31st

The Mercantile
28 Dame St, Dublin 2
Doors 7pm, start 7:30pm, end 9:30pm

Brought to you by:

  • Dublin City Council
  • Failte Ireland
  • Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht
  • Dublin UNESCO City of Literature
  • Project Arts Centre

In Association With

  • The Bram Stoker Estate
  • Airbnb