Whether you want to be scared silly or you’re looking for a more alternative way to spend All Hallows Eve, here’s our guide for things to do for Halloween in Liverpool.
Camp & Furnace Haunted Asylum
Camp & Furnace will be transformed into a haunted asylum, bringing a spine-tingling experience for those brave enough to face their Scaremaze. There’s also a kids event, Candy Cavern, which includes a mini Halloween cinema, slime making and much more. Read about the Camp & Furnace Haunted Asylum.
Liverpool ONE Zombie Hunt
Zombies Unleashed is an interactive app which combines augmented and virtual reality to Liverpool ONE. You can help save the cities shoppers from zombies and do battle. Read more about Zombies Unleashed.
Independent Liverpool & Royal Albert Dock Pop-Up Floating Cinema
After the success of the summer floating cinema, Independent Liverpool has teamed up with the Royal Albert Dock again to bring a spooktacular Halloween programme of films back to the Dock with screenings including Hocus Pocus, Lost Boys, Scream, Psycho and more. Grab the last remaining tickets now.
Howl-O-Ween Petacular Party
Back for its forth year, Merseyside Dogs Home host a brilliant fundraiser – a spooky pooch party at the Bombed Out Church with prizes for the best dressed pups. There will also be a parade starting at the Bombed Out Church heading up to Frederiks on Hope Street for an afterparty. Tickets are available from the Merseyside Dogs Home website.
Birdies Two-Day Halloween Party
The Cains Brewery bar and live music venue is hosting not one, but two fancy dress parties on October 31 and November 1. Guys and ghouls can expect an evening of devilish beats by the Incredible 11, an 11 piece hip-hop and R‘n’B orchestra with support from DJ Rasp. The cocktail and beer menu is stocked full of Halloween specials as well! For more information or to book, visit www.skiddle.com/whats-on/
Sefton Park Palm House Halloween Monster Ball
The Palm House will host a spooktacular party with a film showing each afternoon from the 27th-30th October. Arrive early to be in time for dancing, games and creepy crafts with a prize each night for the best fancy dress costume. For film listings & tickets visit the Facebook event page.
Sefton Park Palm House Halloween Fright Night
You’ll be on the edge of your seat as you settle in to watch a Halloween themed film on the big screen, in the glass house under the stars. Bring a friend to hold on to and share some tricky treats with. Get some ghoulish make up on and make a night of it! For film listings & tickets visit the Facebook event page.
Liverpool ONE Spooktacular
Join Radio City’s street party on 31st October from 4-7pm at Liverpool ONE where Arachnobot – the huge spider puppet will be making a return as well as pop up theatre performances and much more. For more information visit https://www.liverpool-one.com/events/halloween-spooktacular/
FACT – Rocky Horror Picture Show
One of the best Halloween films there is, FACT will be screening Rocky Horror Picture Show on 31st October, grab tickets from the FACT website.
The Farmageddon Experience is still one of the best scaremaze events in the UK and it just gets bigger and better each year. Tickets are selling quick so head over to https://www.farmaggedon.co.uk/ now.
Trapped In Wonderland Experience At Hangar 34
Jump down the rabbit hole and wander through a haunted fairytale at the Trapped in Wonderland Halloween experience. From crazy characters & oversized props to spectacular music & dramatic surprises. Fancy dress is an absolute must at this event and you’ll be rewarded for your efforts with a welcome cocktail upon arrival. Get your tickets now via Skiddle.
Katumba Halloween Parade
Katumba, the largest drum ensemble in the North West is planning a spectacular Halloween parade this year on Saturday 26th October. You can expect an all-immersive, hybrid performance combining visual, theatre and musical entertainment. The parade starts at 8pm on the corner of Bold Street and Colquitt Street (in front of Soul Cafe) and winding its way through the city centre. Visit the Katumba website for the full parade route and map.
Monster Mash Halloween Cruise
On 31st October this spooky River Mersey cruise will feature a live DJ blasting blood-curdling beats from the 60s – 00s as they welcome monsters of the Mersey onto the dancefloor deck, so get practising your best Thriller moves. Fancy dress is highly encouraged so be prepared to rub shoulders with some very peculiar passengers on this creepy cruise! All the information is available via the Mersey Ferries website.
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