Halloween this year is looking a little bit different thanks to the global pandemic. But fear not, there’s still plenty of awesome events happening that you can get involved with and many that you won’t even have to leave the house for!
Here’s our Liverpool Halloween Events Guide.
ShOctober Fest – Virtual Horror Film Festival
We’ve teamed up with Liverpool film and TV walking tours creators Reel Tours for a virtual Halloween film festival called ShOctober Fest. It’s free, all you need to do is head over to the Facebook event page to find out the simple rules for curating your very own horror film festival. We’ll be sharing our ShOctober Fest film line up and commentating on your choice which you can share throughout the week-long festival.
Spooky Woodland Trail
Go Outside have arranged a spine-tingling, mile-long forest excursion in complete darkness where they say ‘anything could happen’. It’s not for the faint-hearted! Find out more about the Spooky Woodland Trail here.
Shiverpool Ghost Tours
The multi-award winning Shiverpool Ghost Tours are one of the best ways to spend Halloween. Shiverpool provide brilliant, hilarious, street theatre ghost tours which are also packed full of history. You can book a Halloween tour via https://www.shiverpool.co.uk/
Halloween Quiz and Trick or Treat Snacks Delivered To Your Door
Satellite Music and Events are hosting an online Halloween quiz night on Friday 30 October. Plus, you can add a Cauldron to your ticket order full of snacks, sweets and games to make your night in extra spooky! The evening will be fully interactive, with scarily good prizes up for grabs and make sure to dress up as there’s a prize for the best dressed team.
Halloween Activities at Farmer Teds
There’s plenty of family-friendly spooky activities happening at Farmer Teds again this year with scary straw bale art, pumpkin carving and decorating, fancy dress competitions, ghost stories and the Dead Scary Sunflower Maze. Visit https://www.farmerteds.com/ to find out more.
Unfortunatley, Farmageddon has been cancelled this year due to the Covid-19 restrictions.
Have we missed anything off our Liverpool Halloween Events Guide? Let us know in the comments below.