7 Alternative Christmas Party Ideas in and around Liverpool
It’s Crimbo party season and most office parties have been booked and paid for since June, but if you’ve left it a bit late this year, or you’re looking for something more than a quick drink after work in a daft jumper, check out these awesome experiences from around the North West that are sure to jingle your bells!
Here’s 7 Alternative Christmas Party ideas for the last minute dot comers!
1 – 1920’s Flapper Style at the Royal Liver Building
Swing your beads ladies and shine those spatz guys, The Royal Liver Building is hosting a Roaring 20’s style Christmas party, and it looks amazing. How about treating your staff to this 1920’s themed evening of entertainment, delicious food and fully licensed bar plus competitions and prizes, all for £30 a head! Click here to find out more.
2 – Put Your Heads Together
Maybe you and your colleagues fancy testing your problem solving skills before you hit the city bars! Exit Strategy is a brilliant interactive game set in within a story, in a room. You’re invited to use your puzzle solving skills to find clues and take in the theatre performance while you crack the codes and find hidden objects to make your way out! We reckon the Illuminati room mystery will keep you all guess until you hit the bar afterwards! Click here for more info and bookings.
3- Laugh Your Ass Off
The funniest festive season yet is underway at Laughterhouse Comedy. Featuring some of the biggest names from tv and the national circuit, including Stewart Francis, Joe Lycett, Tanyalee Davis and Chris Cairns. With tickets available from as little as £15 with loads of extras including Christmas dining options with restaurant Piccolino, your in for a hilarious treat at The Slaughter House this December. Click here to check out what’s on and book your tickets.
4 – One for the Petrol Heads
Team sport go karting on Sefton Street invites you to get your high octane fix with their specially tailored Christmas packages this December. Work hard, party harder and book your office do on the track. With food and drink packages, exclusive use of the track, all the kit, and a fully licensed bar to toast your victory, what more could you ask for? Packages start at £30. Click here for all the details and take your place on the grid.
5 – A Christmas Carol with a Twist
St George’s Hall is hosting a festive ghost story experience this December as the Charles Dickens tale ‘A Christmas Carol’ takes guests deep into the dark cells and passageways beneath the great hall as real life characters act out this famously eerie tale. Get your workmates together and get spooked at one of the cities most historic landmarks. Tickets are £15 and can be purchased here.
6- When We Say Jump
A little off the beaten track this one, but WHAT an experience! Fancy a drive down to North Wales to discover a cave twice the size of St Paul’s Cathedral….? What about if we told you its decked out with trampolines and epic adventures? Billed as the greatest underground adventure, Bounce Below at Gwynedd houses Zip World Caverns, which is essentially a big old cave full of endless passageways, trampoline and zip wires, there’s so much to do. If you fancy burning off your Christmas dinner, before you’ve even eaten it…this is the place for you. Check it out here.
7- Ice Festival
What can bring a smile to your face more than some good old fashioned fair ground fun? Apart from a vodka or two! Look no further than the Pier Head this December as a wealth of wrapped-up winter fun awaits. Ice Festival Liverpool has brought indoor ice-skating, the hilarious ice-slide, hog roasts and hot chocolate to the water front and you can even indulge in a tipple or three at the ice bar too……red nose selfies galore! Check out all the details here.
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There’s still tonnes of availability around the city bars and restaurants if a traditional dinner and bubbly package is more your thing. Check back for our up to date dining out guide this weekend and get ready for a pigs in blankets overload!