They’re are frightingly talented and their speciality is scare tactics.
The Performing Arts students at the Northern Regional College Ballymoney campus have been perfecting their terrifying performances for ‘Haunted Hezlett’ this Halloween.
The students will become the undead from Saturday, October 25 to Tuesday, October 28 as the iconic National Trust cottage will be transformed into a spooktacular delight!
Together with students and teachers from the college the National Trust has been scheming an all-new event and performance that will frighten the socks off the bravest.
Set within the especially themed grounds, a grisly graveyard, butcher’s shop, outdoor performers, gruesome workshops and spooky crafts, will be just some of entertainment on offer to keep you on your toes.
For the brave amongst you, the ghoulish live action performance with chilling tales of the strange and peculiar inhabitants of the historic house is sure to scare.
There will also be haunting tales told by local storytellers Kate Murphy and Willie Drennan - sure to send some chills up your spine!
Shows will run on each day from 6pm to9pm: these shows are aimed at adults and older children; those attending with young children are able to at your own discretion.
The children’s event, Mini Haunted Hezlett’ runs on Sunday, October 26 and Monday, October 27 from 1pm to 4pm and is suitable for primary school children.
Admission prices are: Mini Haunted Hezlett £5 and Haunted Hezlett £6.
Check our exclusive video of the rehearsals for the spooky spectacular which includes an interview with Performing Arts lecturer, Paul McMaster.