It your idea of fun at Halloween bobbing for apples or would you rather scare yourself silly? If you like to be spooked, then Ayr Town Hall is the place to be.
If you're looking for some fear factor, come along to the former Ayr District court, Ayr Town Hall, New Bridge Street, Ayr between 29 and 31 October and have an out of this world experience.
WarCry Productions, in conjunction with Ayr Renaissance, will be presenting Outbreak an interactive horror story, with full audience participation. The play story is set in a secret government research facility which specializes in controlled mutation. Audience members will be taken on a tour of the facility where they will witness a series of horrific events, before being forced to make a decision which will determine the outcome of the play.
Alan Macdonald, Chair of Ayr Renaissance said: "This is a very different type of show which has lots of audience participation.
"I am very pleased that WarCry a group of young actors are using a building in the heart of Ayr town centre in such an imaginative way to provide something out of the ordinary.
"The show is not for the faint hearted, however I know that it will be enjoyed by many and people will be talking about it for months to come."
WarCry Production is a family of artist, filmmakers, musicians and performers who want to bring the theatre to the Scottish populace. In unusual places such as buildings that are no longer used or are changing use they deliver drama of an unusual kind.
WarCry are continuing their pledge to involve the Ayr Community in all their work, having recruited actors from UWS and Ayr College as well as local actors looking to gain further experience. They are also currently working in conjunction with Ayr Renaissance who work on projects to rejuvenate Ayr town centre.
Performances will be shown hourly between 12pm and 10pm on the 29 and 30 October with limited bookings available between 6.30pm and 8pm on the 31 October.
Ross Hunter, from WarCry said: "This is a great opportunity for people to come to a much loved building and take part in a drama production with a twist.
"We are all about bringing innovative drama to the heart of the communities and we were delighted to be given the opportunity by Ayr Renaissance to perform in the heart of Ayr town centre."
Audience members must be 16 years of age or older. Tickets are £8 for adults and £5 for a concession ticket with a percentage of the profits being donated to War Child Charity that aims to ease the burden of children in war torn countries. Tickets can be purchased from Saffy's Restaurant, 2 Dalblair Road, Ayr or on the day at the door.
Anyone considering attending the show should be aware that the production contains flashing lights.