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Oh hey November! This week see’s the start of a brand new month, loads of Halloween nights out and of course, the sensational River of Light celebrations. We’re lining up lots of film nights, filling winter warmers, we’re starting on the mulled cider and there’s even a Nativity at the Liverpool Empire! Whether you’re donning a mummy costumer, a bobble hat or a string of tinsel, we’ve got something for you this week.
The stunning Palm House becomes a cinema this week showing Halloween films such as Dracula, Gremlins and Hocus Pocus from 8pm. See what’s on here.
Celebrate World Vegan Day on Monday and tuck into vegan and veggie mains with a delicious 241 offer at Brew Dog, Colquitt Street. Menu here.
How about this for a bit of Monday Madness! Watch the OUT show team transform their faces whilst showing YOU how its done! Over the top drag and Halloween looks galore. Tickets here.
The brilliant Chelcee Grimes takes to the Arts Club stage on Tuesday night, and tipped for amazing things, this is your chance to see a local girl show her home city what she’s got! Tickets here.
Fresh from their Halloween Spooktacular weekend, Baltic Market is hosting two film nights this week. First up us Hocus Pocus on Tuesday from 7pm. Click here for tix and more info.
There’s a whole load of Halloween fun going on at Jacaranda Records Phase One. Get your fancy dress on, carve your own winning pumpkin, get a round of Beavertown ale in and get spooky. Details here.
Cult flick, Pulp Fiction takes to the big screen at Hope Street’s Death Row Diner on Wednesday. Plus a special Jack Rabbit Slim’s inspired menu with brand new shakes. Kicks off at 7pm, info here.
Liverpool ONE has lined up a whole evening of Halloween fun on Wednesday. No tricks, just treats will see Aracnabot trawl the shopping streets, there’s drumming and street theatre and more. Info here.
Forget everything you know about going to the Circus! Loca and CIRCO come together to present Carnevil on Wednesday night. Expect a complete venue transformation, dancers, acrobatics and Inflatables & Props. Tickets here.
Back for it’s last Autumn appearance, the Bite Bus returns to Exchange flags from 12pm on Thursday and will be serving up all manner of lunchtime goodness. Swerve your butty and go check it out. More info here.
Fleet Street’s Baa Bar is hosting a Harry Potter Mad House on Thursday. Catch the golden snitch flying around Concert Square and smash the Harry Potter Quiz at Modo before pulling a Muggle on the dancefloor. More info here.
53 Liverpool throws open the doors to its Gin Club on Thursday night with some tasty deals. Enjoy 4 gin measures, 4 tonics and 4 garnishes as well as 2 tapas from our special menu for just £20. More info here.
Liverpool’s amazing LGBT+ arts and culture festival, Homotopia 2018 kicks off on Friday. Expect visual art, performance, film, theatre, talks, readings, cabaret, dance and debate and loads more on this month long programme. Info here.
80’s throwback, Tainted Love returns to Camp & Furnace this Friday with a Thriller Night theme. kicking off at 9pm expect amazing 80’s hits and double denim scares. Tickets here.
There’s a fab line up of live music at 81 Renshaw Street this Friday as our fave record-store/music venue/café/pop up cinema venue celebrates it’s first birthday. Hear the likes of KYAMI, Blue Saint and more. Tickets here.
If you’re a dedicated follower of fashion and you love your vintage, get down to The Shipping Forecast on Saturday and fill up your bags for £15 a kilo! More info here.
Emmerdale’s Adam Thomas brings the hilarious Nativity! The Musical to the Liverpool Empire from 31st October until 4th November and if you’re looking for a bit of festive cheer, this will have you in stitches. Tickets here.
It’s all about the funk at Bar Racine, Grand Central on Saturday as Soul Fever returns with all the very best 70’s and 80’s bangers. Get your platforms on and get on up! Info here.
This years River of Light celebrations are set to light up both sides of the Mersey with four very special new additions to check out too. The Elements are 4 light installation art works, inspired by Chinese philosophy and you can see them on The Strand, Mann Island, Pier Head and the Royal Liver Building. Fireworks kick off at 6:30pm and all the info you need is right here.
Did you know you can tuck into a sensational roast dinner and a drink for just £10 at NYL Restaurant & Bar? Served from 12-2pm, book your table and fill your belly before River of Light this Sunday. Menus and more here.
What a perfect night to launch a brand new winter garden in the city? Hot drinks and warming food is on offer at Fezziwigs Winter Garden from 5pm and we can’t wait for a muller cider! More info here.
It’s your last chance to treat the kids to Scouse of Horrors on Wednesday. The ‘fright-free’ Halloween 20-30 minute experience in St John’s Market has been created to offer young children (ages 3-11) a chance to join in some Halloween fun without the risk of being scared out of their skin! Find out more and book here.
Christmas is just around the corner and you can take the stress out of transforming your home, thanks to The Festive Decorators. Sit back with a mulled wine and mince pie while the team get busy with a magical makeover, but be quick, they’re sure to be booked up before advent event begins. More info here.
Travelling around the region on public transport is now quick, convenient and affordable. Arrive north west offers great savings on student and family travel with regular services right across the region. Find out more and save on your next journey here. Commuting and travelling to big events this winter? Why not ditch the car and travel with Merseyrail instead? Click here to find out how much you can save by taking the train.
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