There’s tons going on this Halloween in Liverpool and we’ve got the low down on where to spend the spooky weekend, depending on whether you want a little scare, or to be suitably spooked.
The annual lantern carnival will be descending onto Sefton Park on Friday 1st November and is always worth seeing. Especially good if you live in the surrounding area by Sefton Park and Lark Lane, you’ll be transferred to another world full of lights and paper mache lanterns. All for free too.
There’s a spooky tours of St. Luke’s Bombed Out Church being run and you get a meal thrown in too. Tickets are £15, text 07783459796 for more information.
Extreme experience Farmaggedon is always a big hit in Liverpool, take a big group of friends with you and scare yourself silly. Just make sure you buy tickets whilst you still can, it’s always a sold out event.
The Kazimier is kicking off the celebrations early on Thursday 31st, with a great selection of local Liverpool bands taking centre stage.
Circus will be holding their legendary, annual Halloween celebrations with Yousef headlining ton Saturday 26th; Heidi, Nick Curly and Lewis Boardman are also joining him on the bill.
Envi are holding a ‘Monster Mash’ on the 31st with cash prizes to be won for the best costume of the night.
Fact cinema will also be showing classic scary movies if you fancy a night in, look out for Braindead and Nosferatu heading the bill.
If you’re searching for the perfect costume, try Smiffy’s on Bold street, or if you’re feel creative, get making your own.