Last minute ideas to celebrate Halloween in Liverpool
Don’t be a zombie, swerve the bin bag and bobbing for apples, we’ve got some last minute tricks and treats lined up.
If you’re still looking for a fright tonight, fear not, we’ve got some last minute treats for celebrating Halloween in Liverpool. From horrors on the big screen to terrifyingly tempting cocktails, scare attractions and of course and old school Halloween party. Walk of shame Wednesday beckons……
1 – Wonderland, The Blade Factory, Baltic Triangle
There’s a gruesome murder mystery to unravel at The Blade Factory at Camp & Furnace this Halloween. Do you dare to tumble down the rabbit hole and catch the Wonderland killer, before he catches you? This immersive Halloween scare attraction has had you lot raving (and screaming) about it since it opened. Don’t miss you chance to experience it first hand. More info and tickets here.
2 – Fright Night Special at Bierkeller, Liverpool One
Oh it’s going off at Bierkeller tonight. With scarily good deals on haus steins, haus pints and shots, resident evil DJ’s spinning top tunes from 8pm til late, get your fancy dress on and celebrate Halloween in Liverpool with an old skool party. More info here.
3 – Rocky Horror Show at The Lodge, Liverpool One
This is your last chance to catch the brilliant pop-up cinema at The Lodge, at The Club House Liverpool and who wouldn’t want to settle down for a special Halloween showing of The Rocky Horror Show?! Grab a comfy seat, prepare to sing along as the spooktacular staff serve up a feast to die for. Tickets available here.
4 – Chamber of Horrors, St Georges Hall
This may just be the ultimate test of your nerves this Halloween. We dare you to take on the Chamber of Horrors at St George’s Hall on the very night that the spirits are said to roam these forgotten catacombs. Get ready for all new suspense-filled staged scenes inspired by the best and scariest horror genres, complete with visual and audio FX so realistic it will leave the skin crawling and shivers down the spine. Tickets still available for tonight here.
5 – The Limehouse Golem, Philharmonic Hall
Fancy a thriller at the Phil? Maybe you prefer your horror hit on the big screen? The Royal Philharmonic Hall, Hope Street is showing Hollywood thriller, The Limehouse Golem, starring Bill Nighy as a 1880’s policeman on the hunt to catch a grisly serial killer. Great seats still available and tickets start from £8. Find out more here.