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It’s almost Halloween in Liverpool and we can’t get to get up to some seriously scary antics right across the weekend. Dressing up to get down! We’ve put together all the info on the best club nights and family parties – so there’s something for everyone. Whether you’re looking to bust some thriller moves on the dance floor, or you’re getting competitive with the pumpkin carving and apple bobbing, we’ve got something for you!
From 26th October – 3rd November, Camp & Furnace is hosting The Candy Cavern. A fun, immersive Halloween event for youngsters with all kind of hands on activities. All the details and booking info here.
The Liverpool ONE Spooktacular brings fun for all ages to the city centre estate from 14th – 31st October. There’s kids eat free deals, in-store Halloween activities, a free Radio City Street Party and Aracnobot the spider returns on 31st October 4.30/5.30/6.30pm on South John Street . More info here.
You’re invited to wander through the fully immersive, gothic Victorian street that are taking over Town Hall Gardens in Southport this half term. There’s also Day of the Dead Festival at Southport Pleasureland, Farmer Teds Shaun The Sheep attractions and some amazing family friendly restaurants to check out too. More info here.
Liverpool’s first floating cinema will be returning to the Dock with a series of spooky screenings for Halloween, taking place from 24th October-1st November. Families can book their tickets for Caspar, Hocus Pocus and more. Head this way for full listings. Keep your eyes peeled for the first ever, stunning light projection at the Albert Dock when you visit.
The M&S Bank Arena plays host to all your favourite Marvel superheroes this half term in Liverpool. Marvel Universe Live! comes to the city on 31st October – 3rd November with an action packed, explosive live show. Tickets here.
This October half term, Martin Mere invites you to take on the pumpkin hunt, get crafty with a bit of pumpkin carving and get some broomstick flight training in too! There’s also a spooky canoe ride, fancy dress competition and more. Info here.
Constellations is hosting the Holistic Harmonies Halloween Family Special on Sunday 27th October from 10am til 1:30pm. Families can enjoy yoga, busting moves at the disco, face painting, crafts and more. Booking here.
Experience the dark and creepy side of Tudor life this October half term at Speke Hall. Listen to spooky storytelling, follow the Dark Woods trail or take part in superstitious crafts. There’s fun to be had every day from 26th October. Info here.
Get your spooky Half Term off to a bang with Halloween Themed Workshops for kids of all ages at Spring City. There’s 2 perfectly tailored sessions for the younger and older children that will get them spooked and ready for Halloween Night! More info here.
Join Jumping Jacks for a not so scary Halloween Party for all of the family! Taking place at St Paschal Social Club on 31st October, kids can bust moves at the spooky glow disco from 5pm – 7pm with plenty of creepy activities, party games and dancing. Dress up and join in the fun. Details here.
On both 30th an 31st October, Flip Out Aintree is offer loads of Halloween themed fun & games for all the family. The perfect way to burn off some steam (and trick or treat sweets!). All the info and booking here.
The Elephant, Woolton Village invites you and the kids to enjoy a spooktacular celebration on 31st. They will be showing the Tim Burton Disney movie ‘Frankenweenie’. Tickets are £10 per child and include popcorn, lots of pick and mix and candyfloss. Not forgetting their set of headphones! Tickets here.
Wirral libraries are hosting spooky stories with John Kirk throughout 31st October. Starting at Wallasey at 10am and ending at Birkenhead at 3:30 this is a great way for younger kids to get into the Halloween spirit. Info here.
University of Liverpool scientists invite you to take part in a range of gory activities on 31st October. It’s free to visit the Victoria Gallery ‘Nightmares in a Bell Jar’ display and create your own monstrous creature to take home. More info here.
There’s a fun packed party happening at Jungle Fun, Belle Vale on 31st October. For £15.95 each, kids can don their best Halloween costumes and run wild on the play frame, plus there’s arts and crafts, prizes, DJ’s and more. Info here.
Revolutions St Peters Square is mixing things up with a family fright nights on 31st October. Crafts, carving, old school apple bobbing, disco and fancy dress awards and the kids eat free too! More info here.
Spaceworld Prescot is hosting a spooky halloween party on 31st October. Kids can enjoy 2 hours on the play frame in their best fancy dress, plus a variety of hot and cold food too. That’s tea taken care of! More info here.
The ultimate scare attraction, Farmaggedon is back on selected dates through October and November. 4 different scream attractions make up this years experience, Meat Locker, Contagion, The Beast of Terror and Zombie Outlaw make up your worst nightmare. Tickets are selling fast, get yours 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.
The incredible Katumba Halloween Parade returns to the city on 26th October. This years theme is Dark to Light. The parade will kick off at 8pm on Bold Street and makes its way to Liverpool ONE. All the info 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.
Get your ghoulish make-up at the ready as Mersey Ferries takes you on a very special Monster Mash Halloween Cruise on Thursday 31 October. A live DJ will be blasting blood-curdling beats from the 60s–00s, so get practising your best Thriller moves. More here.
One of the UK’s most established electronic musicians, Leon Vynehall is heading to 24 Kitchen Street, down the Baltic on 31st October with support from Breakwave and Jovial DJ’s from 10pm. More info here.
There’s a Halloween masquerade ball taking place from 31st October til 3rd November as Red Door an Vueve Clicquot join forces to create Yelloween. Champagne and masks, who says Halloween has to be scary? More info here.
It’s going off at Arts Club this Halloween. Liverpool’s Irish rave beings techno men OC & Verde are joined by T78 for a Carnevil night you wont soon forget Fancy dress encouraged. More info and tickets here.
Cuban rhythms take a more sinister turn on the dance floor on OCtober 31st as Revolution De Cuba hosts a huge latin social. From beginners to pro’s prepare to swivel your hips and dance til late. More info here.
There’s a weekend full of sins on offer at Be At One from 31st October this Halloween in Liverpool. Confessions are taken at the bar whether you’re a saint or sinner, there’s more than 150 cocktails and big beats on offer all weekend. Info here.
Camp & Furnace is gearing up for its very own Freakshow. Lost at the Freakshow is a huge halloween bash. The whole venue is transformed, interactive theatre, circus performers, face painters, props and two rooms of music. Last tickets here.
It’s free entry into the Peacock Night of Seance on 31st October. Two floors of music, cocktails from the beyond and a few spooky surprises. More info 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.
This Halloween in Liverpool, Silent Disco Adventure will be an absolute riot! Starting at The Club House, Liverpool ONE, you’re invited to get dressed up (not compulsory) and join the best flash mob, raving, roving, rhythmic romp around the city streets in your headphones. More info here.
The Florist is hosting it’s first ever ‘H a L L O Q u E E n B a L L ‘ on 31st October. Expect a night of terrifying music, sick face painting and the chance to see in to your future with a mythical fortune reader. There’s more spooky cocktails and hair-raising live entertainment too. More info here.
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