On Halloween night via the halls of Smock Alley

Workshops + Compitions

upload Monster Mash Dance Video

Liberties Haunt

Terms And Conditions


  1. This application for participation in The Liberties Haunt Live Stream Monster Mash
  2. Applications are accepted by people from the same household only, and any participants aged 18 or under must ask a parent or guardian to upload the video for them
  3. The live stream will take place on Halloween night on the festival website. By submitting your video you are consenting to being part of the streamed video
  4. Applicants will apply via the form on the festival website and all data will be held for this purpose only – no data submitted by applicants will be shared with external or third parties and will be used for contact purposes only
  5. Entries will be evaluated by the The Liberties Haunt team and the photoshoot photographer. Decisions made in this evaluation are final
  6. The organisers reserve the right to change any aspect of the videos, but will do so in consultation with chosen applicants
  7. The promoters are excluded from liability for any loss, damage or injury which might occur to the applicants arising from his or her involvement in the video
  8. The videos submitted will be streamed on the festival website on Halloween night and clips will also be used on the festival’s and associated partners social media channels and website
  9. Entry to this applications shall be deemed full and unconditional acceptance of the terms & conditions
  10. The organisers reserve the right to amend these terms and conditions
  11. Full details of our privacy policy can be found on request
  12. Applications close Friday 23 October at 3pm

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