A devilishly divine evening of entertainment is in store for Keystone 1889 this Saturday to celebrate the Celtic traditions of All Hallows Eve.
The event encourages attendees to dress in the finest spooky attire to enjoy a two-course meal and a series of short stories celebration the folklore of Halloween.
"We want to move away from the commercialism of Halloween and focus on the traditional meaning behind the celebration," organiser Amanda Jones said.
"We'd love people to join us in celebration of our Celtic ancestors with some good food, great company and stories that help us embrace ghosts, fairies and witches."
Ms Jones has been organising the event alongside fellow collaborators Dalton Walter and Libby Daniewska, with Mikey Bower and Lisa Wood.
"There's few in today's society who are aware of the traditional sense of Halloween, so we want to bring that tradition back," Mr Walter said.
"We want to produce something new from something old so audiences can connect with it."
The stories have been written by the organisers, and are tailored for adult audiences.
"Tickets are limited due to COVID, so we recommend the community gets in quick to avoid disappointment," Ms Jones said.
"Should this prove successful, we hope to make it an annual event, as Australians are starting to embrace Halloween more and more each year."
The event will commence at 5.30pm. Tickets cost $60 and for more information, visit Keystone's Facebook page.