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Number Ninety

MoLI Christmas Ghost Story

MoLI, in collaboration with the UCD Centre for Cultural Analytics, presents its fourth annual Christmas Ghost Story: ‘Number Ninety’ (1895) by Bithia May Croker, performed by Ned Dennehy.

For years, agents have attempted to secure a lease for Number Ninety, a desirable family mansion, at almost no cost. Long rumoured to be haunted, it has never found a long-term tenant.

Sceptic John Hollyoak sets out to prove that ghosts do not exist. He will spend the night in Number Ninety, with no soul but his dog for company. Will ghostly companions intrude upon his solitude, and will he live to tell the tale? 

Executive Producer   Professor Gerardine Meaney
Producers   Dr Katie Mishler & Benedict Schlepper-Connolly
Additional mixing, sound design & music   Seán Mac Erlaine
Series music   Benedict Schlepper-Connolly

This project has received funding from the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (grant agreement No 884951). This project is supported by Insight SFI Research Centre for Data Analytics. To learn more about VICTEUR: European Migrants in the British Imagination: Victorian and Neo-Victorian Culture, please visit cca.ucd.ie/victeur.

MoLI’s digital programme is supported by Ebow, the digital agency.

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