Liverpool is electric with amazing events this October. To help you find the perfect activity in the city, we here at Signature Living have selected the 5 best events you have to do this month. We’re good like that.
1. British Musical Fireworks Championship 2015
Venue: Victoria Park
Date: 2nd-4th October
October is an explosive month – because it’s the British Musical Fireworks Championship 2015, obviously! If you love bright lights, music and fantastic atmosphere, we implore that you head to the ultimate firework competition that’s taking place in Victoria Park between 2nd and 4th October.
Only the finest pyrotechnic companies are participating in the championship, and will be judged on their use of fireworks, music, choreography, variety, effects, mood and flow. Yeah, it’s going to be that amazing. So, drop all your plans tonight, tomorrow and on Sunday and watch the most amazing fireworks you’ll ever see in your life.
2. Carnage UK
Venue: Various locations
Date: 18th October
The biggest student event is back! This year the theme is animal instinct fancy dress – and it’s bound to be packed to the brim of drinks, dancing and general fun. To attend Carnage, all you’ll need is a t-shirt and you’ll have access to some of the best bars and clubs in the city. Think stilt walkers, fire breathers, podium dancers and angle grinders. Oosh!
3. Let It Be – A Celebration of the Music of The Beatles
Venue: Royal Court
Date: 8th October – 14th November
Music fans won’t want to miss Let It Be – A Celebration of the Music of The Beatles. The international hit show will offer some of the city’s finest songs, taking you on a journey from the Fab Four’s first step on the road to success to global domination.
Venue: Exhibition Centre Liverpool
Date: 24th to 26th October
Do your children love Peppa Pig, Ben & Holly or the Sylvanian Families? Well, you just have to visit Toytopia at the Exhibition Centre Liverpool. Your little ones will have the chance to meet their favourite characters, and can marvel at some 120 Lego Bright Brick structures.
They can do everything from racing a Minion to taking part in a Boot Camp and Jungle run inflatable assault course. There are so many things to do, you can guarantee your little one will be grinning from ear-to-ear when they leave.
5. Halloween Haunted Sleepover & Ghost Hunt
Venue: St George’s Hall
Date: 31st October
There’s no better night to scare the living life out of you than Halloween. It’s made for all things spooky and fun, and so is the Halloween Haunted Sleepover & Ghost Hunt at St George’s Hall. You can stay in the historic building that dates back to the mid-1800s with psychics and paranormal investigators, who will hold vigils to communicate with paranormal spirits. Join in if you dare!