‘Tis the season to be spooky! These are our picks for the creepiest, kookiest things to do in Liverpool this Halloween.
Film Night at the Museum: Beetlejuice – British Music Experience, 30 Oct
Join British Music Experience for a screening of this true cult classic!
Beetlejuice is a 1988 American comedy-horror film directed by Tim Burton. The plot revolves around a recently deceased young couple who become ghosts haunting their former home an obnoxious, devious poltergeist named Beetlejuice (played by Michael Keaton) comes up from the Netherworld and tries to scare away the new inhabitants permanently.
Monster Ball: The Addams Family – Palm House, 30 Oct
Come Witches and Ghouls, come one and all to the perfectly frightful Monster’s Ball.
This half-term the Palm House will host a spectacular party with a film showing each afternoon. Arrive early to be in time for dancing, games and creepy crafts with a prize each night for the best fancy dress costume. (All children must be accompanied by an adult).
Blood Runs Deep, Epstein Theatre – 29 Oct-2 Nov
Prepare to be chilled to the bone with gripping new psychological thriller Blood Runs Deep, starring ex Blue member Antony Costa.
Set in the 1990s, single mother Karen Richards is on the run with her unsuspecting son, praying she can hide their chilling family secret and live a normal life. When an unwelcome visitor arrives at her home, the truth catches up with her, resulting in terrifying consequences.
When the truth surfaces there is no escape!
Abandon Silence Halloween Party – Constellations, 31 Oct
The legendary Abandon Silence Halloween Party is back for 2019, this time at Constellations.
After another stellar summer securing his place as one of Europe’s deepest diggers, including his takeover of Gottwood, Move D returns to the Baltic Triangle.
Support across two rooms comes from Cherry Mango, Jovial and Andrew Hill.
Halloween with Leon Vynehall and Breakwave – 24 Kitchen Street, 31 Oct
The Wonder Pot at 24 Kitchen Street strikes again with one of the UK’s most established electronic musicians, Leon Vynehall joining them for an extended set this Halloween.
Leon will perform a three hour Halloween set with support coming from Breakwave at this special Wonder Pot event.
Halloween Fright Night Film Showings – Sefton Park Palm House, 29 + 30 Oct
Watch a Halloween film (or two) on the big screen, in a glass house under the stars! The Palm House is Sefton Park is getting into the spooky season with a series of film screenings. 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!
Proceed with caution, lest you forget how to escape the palms and are forced to party at the monster ball forever more. Refreshments available.
29 Oct – The Blair Witch Project
30 Oct – Nosferatu