This week in Liverpool is going to be one to remember! Half term, Halloween parties and raves, loads of live music, theatre, light installations right across the city and a fireworks display that’s bigger and brighter than anything we’ve seen before. Oh and we’ve got the moon in Birkenhead too!
Lunch in the business district just got Autumnal. Dine at Heritage, Castle Street and tuck into 3 delicious small plates for just £12. Choose from the likes of roast belly pork, Tempura oyster mushrooms and smoked haddock croquettes. Menus and more here.
It’s Halloween this week and FACT is getting into the spirit with a big screen showing of The Shining on Monday night. Start as you mean to go on and book your tickets here.
James Arthur is back in the city to play one night at the Liverpool Empire. The Up Close & Personal Tour celebrates the singer, songwriter and musicians biggest hits, classic covers (did anyone else hear Careless Whisper when James played the M&S Bank Arena? Wow!) and brand new material. More info here.
Old Wirral Hundred pub, Ellesmere Port is hosting a psychic night on Tuesday from 6pm. If you fancy using Halloween week as an excuse to make contact with the spirit world, get planning your evening in the pub! Info here.
Former Blue star, Antony Costa sees red this Halloween as Blood Runs Deep opens at the Epstein Theatre on Tuesday night. Give the old scary movies and rest and see this gripping, psychological thriller come to life on stage. Tickets and info here.
One for the students! NOW TV scare salon will be at Liverpool Guild from 11am on Tuesday with a professional make up artists at the ready to transform your face and your friends. NOW TV is also partnering up with SKINT Tuesdays in St Peter’s Sq, so everyone that gets their make up done will get a free ticket to SKINT too. Info here.
Frederik’sis hosting Hope Street Jazz on Wednesday with Jazz Cabbage manning the thrilling melodies and grooves. Born out the flames of Jam Scones, Jazz Cabbage are carrying the improtu Jazz funk ethos but with a zombie fulled twist for this years Attack of the Booty Shakers. More info here.
THE Sesh returns to Heebie Jeebies on Wednesday night and after a sold out freshers takeover – it’s going to get busy! The Halloween House party will be offering £3 doubles, £1.50 on selected bottles and £1 shots plus face painters,
props & inflatables and three floors of music. More info here.
Ropewalks Bar is hosting a big screen viewing bash for Liverpool vs Arsenal on Wednesday night. Guarentee your seat for just £10 and tuck in to a proper burger, chips and a pint on arrival to enjoy before kick off. More info here.
Someone at Camp & Furnace opened the doors to a hidden storage room and it’s all gone Pete Tong. The Asylum Tour runs from 28th October and isn’t for the feint hearted. Patients are still locked inside and they’re hell bent on getting out! Find out more about this interactive halloween experience here.
Birdies is going all dark and hosting a Halloween fancy dress party, with Hip Hop and RNB Orchestra The Incredible 11 and with support from DJ Rasp. 2 nights of Halloween fun Thursday 31st October and 1st November. Tickets here.
Liverpool Arts Bar is making its debut on the Halloween party front and its all about the Upside Down. Cheap bevs and the prizes for the best fancy dress all washed down with an amazing 80’s theme? What’s more could you ask for? Info here.
Danny Krivit and Graeme Park head to Constellations to join Liverpool Disco Festival in a celebration of Keith Haring at Tate Liverpool. The exhibition closes on 10th November so what better way to bust some moves and raise a glass to the artist, activist and legend than with a massive bash down the Baltic? More info and tickets here.
River Of Light is back, brighter than ever before. For the first time, River of Light is a 9 day long celebration with 10 light art works forming a trail around the city. Explore with the family after dark and get ready for the fireworks on Sunday. More here.
Med’s Haunted Selfie Room at Electrik Warehouse invites you to take the ultimate insta-worthy Halloween pic with none other than special guest, Annabelle, a life size porcelain doll! Wahhhh! More info here.
Don’t miss your chance to see Luke Jerram’s Museum of the Moon at Birkenhead Town Hall. On now until 15th November it’s a truly a sight to behold. Time slot information has now been released so visitors can enjoy the NASA images once again after a hugely successful tour at Liverpool Cathedral. More info here.
Saturday is your last chance to see the brilliant ‘Girls Don’t Play Guitars’ at the Royal Court Theatre. The story of the first ever all female rock n roll group, The Liverbirds. Expect has an amazing soundtrack of foot-stomping 60’s classics and is a must see for all music fans. Tickets here.
The legendary Circus Halloween Fancy Dress party all dayer is back at Bramley Moore Dock this week in Liverpool. With a monster line up, this bash sees Jamie Jones, Luciano, Eats Everything, Green Velvet, Yousef and more hit the decks on the dock from 2pm until 11pm. More info here.
All our favourite boy band anthems get a big stage outing all under one roof on Saturday as Boyband Reloaded heads to Grand Central Liverpool. Everybodddddyyyyy, yeeeaahhhh! Get your tickets here.
You’re invited to dance with the devil at Carnival of the Dead at Hangar 34 on Saturday night. A supernatural spectacular of House & Techno will take over The Haunted Warehouse with all the biggest dance and tech beats. More info here.
Are you ready for an even bigger and brighter River of Light spectacular this week in Liverpool? Get yourself down to the waterfront, on both sides of the Mersey and prepare to see not only a fantastic fireworks display but also 10, yep 10! Light art works which form a trail around the city streets after dark. All the info you need to get planning, here.
UK Hip Hop royalty, Loyle Carner is on tour with his universally acclaimed album ‘Not Waving, But Drowning’ and plays our very own O2 Academy main room in his ‘favourite city’ this Sunday. One not to miss! Tickets here.
You’re Stronger Than You Know is the name of James Morrison’s latest album and he brings his unmistakable husky voice to the Philharmonic this week for one night only. Last few tickets remaining here.
Halloween reaches fever pitch this week in Liverpool. Liverpool ONE brings a whole host of ghoulish family fun to the city centre complex. On Thursday 31st October expect all things of spooky goings on including performances from MD Productions, squirming Slinkies, and the return of Aracnobot the Spider at 4.30/5.30/6.30pm on South John Street. More info here.
There’s a brand new Christmas experience coming to Cain’s Brewery Village this November. Now in it’s 9th year in Bristol and making its debut in Liverpool from 28th November, Christmas Spiegeltent brings a huge array of live entertainment, party atmosphere and unforgettable nights out to the Baltic. Get booking and find out more here.
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