Join As The Light Fades Events at the MEMO here you will be able to take part in a unique paranormal experience not available at any other event. You may have watched investigations on your favorite TV shows now be part of it LIVE

Reported Activity

Over the years there has been reports of a ghostly form seen in the cinema balcony, a usherette that does not know her job is done ands numerous shadow forms.

There has also been reports of poltergeist activity in the bar and around the memo.

There has also additional reports of music without a source from within locked rooms and sounds of people moving in a empty room.

During the hunt:

You will get a tour of the Memo and hear about the history and haunting.
You will be shown all the equipment used on investigations
You will have the chance to try out experiments used on paranormal investigations. These are:-

Human Pendulum - guests in a circle holding hands and another guest is stood in the middle from here we will attempt to use the combined energies to speak to the spirits via sensations such as noises, smells and cold spots.

EVP Sessions - An audio recorder is set up and questions are asked out to the room by hosts and guests and then the audio is played back to see if there is any response.

Live EVP sessions - Using our Kinect Audio Software, Watch the questions in real time and see where in the room sound is being picked up.

K2 Sessions - A EMF meter is setup with multiple colored lights on it ranging from Red through orange and yellow to green and questions are asked out to the room and the spirit is asked to light up certain colored lights in response.

Kinect Interaction Session - Watch live and attempt to communicate with the other side using our Kinect sensor. Will it pick up someone else in the room?

You will then have a chance to investigate the MEMO on your own under the watchful eye of the hosts (As The Light Fades)
There will be multiple pieces of equipment available from EMF Meters, temperature sensors, audio recorders and environmental meters

Throughout the evening at times guests will be split into smaller groups and will meet back up for bigger experiments.

History
Newbridge Memorial Hall

This hall was built in the 1920s to commemorate the 75 men from Newbridge who died in the First World War. It was opened in March 1925.

The Institute building – next door to the hall – was used as security for the mortgage which paid for the hall’s construction.

The auditorium occupying most of the interior was designed for use as a theatre and a cinema. Below it is a ballroom. The interior is a fine example of the Art Deco style which was popular in the 1920s. The original features are so well preserved that the building is listed Grade II*.

The “Memo”, as the building is fondly known, reopened in 2014 after renovation.

The Memo has been featured on Sherlock and Doctor Who