Final rehearsals are now taking place as a record number of participants prepare to sing, dance and wind their way through the city’s streets after darkness falls tomorrow evening.
1. DER - STEELSTOWN PRIMARY SCHOOL
Lynn McCarron and Irena Noonan, from the Greater Shantallow Community Arts project, pictured with the 'witch and wolves' pupils from Steelstown Primary School who with take part in Derry's forthcoming Halloween Festival parade. DER4318GS011
Some of the 200 young people from across all sections of the local community, and from Donegal, who took part in a recent NI Executive Office funded project facilitated by Studio 2 Skeoge Industrial Estate. All the children will participate in the Hallowe'en parade as part of the Greater Shantallow Community Arts New Paths Communities United project. DER4318GS054
Maisie McCarroll transforms into a werewolf as the full moon rises inside Derry's Guildhall on sunday as the annual Hallowe'en festival gets underway in the city. The Museum of the Moon in the historic building is one of a number of attractions and events taking place this week which will see hundreds of thousand of visitors arrive in the north west. Picture Martin McKeown. Inpresspics.com. 28.10.18
One of the performers who made their way through Derry�"s Cathedral Quarter on Sunday during the first night of the Awakening of the city�"s 400 years old Walls as part of the annual Hallowe�"en festival. Picture Martin McKeown. Inpresspics.com. 28.10.18