What’s On this weekend in Liverpool
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We’re due for sunshine and showers this weekend in Liverpool so here’s how you can make the best of it – whatever the weather.
This weekend in Liverpool is all about the Halloween prep. Whether you’re dressing up to get down, rocking out at creepy karaoke, watching scary movies at the Royal Albert Dock or Sefton Park, or dressing your dog up as Donald Trump at the Frederik’s Puppy Parade, it’s all getting seriously spooky.
Here’s 10 things you can get up to this weekend in Liverpool…
Howl O Ween at Frederik’s
Frederiks is hosting this year’s Merseyside Dog Home’s Howl-O-Ween Spectacular after party on Saturday. Dogs from all around Merseyside will take part in the cutest dress up parade, waggle their tails down the run way, and join indulge in some doggy refreshments all in aid of charity! More info here.
Lark Lane Farmers Market
Lark Lane Farmers Market returns on Saturday from 9am. Take a wander and pick up everything from ingredients for tea to pies, fudge and some seriously tasty treats. If the weather turns, head to Keith’s for a wine! More info here.
The Blair Witch Project 1.0, North Shore Troubadour
There’s two rooms filled with the heaviest techno, acid, rave and house on offer at North Shore Troubadour this Friday as The Blair Witch Project 1.0 brings a whole new level of visuals for the Halloween ravers. More info here.
Les Miserables, Liverpool Empire
Saturday is your last chance to see the epic Les Miserables at the Liverpool Empire. It’ll make you sing, cry and want to try on all the costumes! For tickets for the matinee and Saturday evening show, head this way.
The Joker, Odeon Liverpool ONE
Another date night option this weekend – especially if it’s chucking it down, is The Joker. Showing at ODEON Liverpool ONE, Fact and the Everyman Cinema on Saturday night, it’s a great way to spend two hours with a bucket of popcorn.
Halloween Disco, Kazimier Gardens
The OG DJ is back on the decks at the Kaz Gardens on Saturday with yet another specially themed dj set! DJ Jacques returns to put together a spooky set of haunted rhythms, horror soundtracks and screeching synths and squelches from 7pm. More info here.
The Moon, Birkenhead Town Hall
Museum of the Moon is open at Birkenhead Town Hall from this weekend. Having seen how utterly beautiful this huge art work looked, suspended in Liverpool Cathedral, we know its 100% worth a ferry across the Mersey to see it again. All the info on times here.
Halloween Rock Karaoke, Sanctuary Bar
Sanctuary Bar, Lime Street is getting the devilish party started nice and early this Saturday from 9pm with Halloween Rock Karaoke! We imagine it’s going to get very loud – fancy dress encouraged! More info here.
Oh Me Oh My Sunday Roast & Live Music
There’s an epic Sunday roast awaiting you at Oh Me Oh My, The Strand this Sunday from 12pm. If you’re after a truly beautiful setting to enjoy a family meal or relaxed date dinner, get booked in asap! More info here.
Day of the Med, Medication
One for the students ready to make a start on their October break carnage this weekend in Liverpool. Day of the Med is one hell of a Macabre Mexican Friday night at Electrik, Wood Street. Expect all the usual madness with a load of sombreros, sugar skull masks, face painting and muchos inflatables. More info here.
Two for The Family
Family Rave Night, Spring City
Friday nights just got loud…..and bouncy at Spring City! Families are invited to enjoy 90 minutes of jumping fun with disco lights, DJ and more. The session is 6pm until 7:30pm so you’ll be home in time for the soaps! Booking and info here.
Halloween Monsters Ball, Sefton Park Palm House
Sunday marks the start of Halloween half term fun at the Palm House, Sefton Park. There are film showings every afternoon plus dancing, games, creepy crafts and more. Children must be accompanied at all times. Info here.