Searchlight installation at Port of Galway tribute at Nimmos Pier in tribute to those who have sadly passed away due to Covid-19. EMF proudly worked with Electric Skyline to say thank you to health and essential workers. #ShineALight
Dublin Airport says thanks to healthcare and essential workers, EMF were honoured to work with Electric Skyline to make this project happen in a very short timeline. #ShineYourLight
20 x High powered search lights were installed on the Control Tower at Dublin Airport.
20:00 hours on Saturday 11th April the search lights were turned on as the whole of Ireland said thank you to their Healthcare and key workers and remember those that have lost their lives.
The search lights will run for 2 months.
Massive outdoor Flame effects for Belfasts Titanic Slipway Firework Display…
For this years Metro Monster Mash Halloween Firework Display 2 massive five fingered flame systems, Firestorm Flames and High Powered Searchlights lit the way to Belfasts famous Titanic Slipways to compliment the magnificent Firework Display.
Fiery skies greet monsters at Halloween Monster Mash in Titanic Quarter Belfast
Thousands of people enjoy the 2013 Halloween Metro Monster Mash during a family event at the slipways, Titanic. Photo by Paul Moane/Aurora
BY REBECCA BLACK – 28 OCTOBER 2013
Titanic Quarter in Belfast lit up last night with a spectacular display of fireworks as Halloween festivities kicked off.
The former slipways where the world’s most famous ship slid into the water over a century ago played host to a new generation of Ulster creativity with some fangtastic costume efforts.
Far from settling for the traditional witch or wizard costumes, some revellers at the Metro Monster Mash party dressed elaborately as characters like Edward Scissorhands, a fanged cheetah and one man even recreated the ghoulish, cult horror movie classic, Hellraiser.
Local singer Conor Grimes, from BBC’s The Voice, swapped busking on city streets for headlining the event. He was supported by local band Freefall.
Street theatre, face painting and fire shows entertained both young and old, and there were prizes awarded for the night’s best costumes.
In the run up to Halloween, there will be ghost walks from City Hall each night and special tours of Crumlin Road Gaol.
In the north west, the Londonderry Halloween Carnival will run until November 3. The Halloween parade will take place on Thursday