For a spooktacularly great time spend your Halloween in Liverpool with the entire family and stay at The Shankly Hotel. We’ve gathered together the greatest ghoulish events taking place all over the city this year for families of all ages.
So if you’ve always suspected you weren’t a muggle, feel like getting your ghostly groove on or fancy a frightful bit of family fun we’ve got a guide to some superbly spooky events that will keep you and kids entertained this Halloween in Liverpool.
Jumping Jacks Halloween Party
Where: Sefton Park Palm House
When: 31st October 14:00pm and 17:00pm
Age: 1-10 years
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For plenty of frightful family fun, this Halloween take the kids along to Sefton Park where they can attend Jumping Jacks Halloween Party.
There’ll be fun and games, Halloween party dances and plenty of spooky Halloween characters like the Ghostbusters for the little ones to interact with.
Make your kids Halloween in Liverpool special this year and take them along to Jumping Jacks Halloween Party at Sefton Park.
Wonderland: A Spooktacular Family Halloween Disco
Where: Hangar 34
When: 28th October 14:00pm – 17:00pm
Age: No age restrictions
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From start to finish this Halloween Extravaganza is jam-packed with family time fun for adults and your little ones.
Start the day off in the soft play area where you tiny tots will be able to meet their favourite characters including Spiderman, Minions and PJ Masks.
There’ll be frightful face-painting, marvellous up-close magic shows, dance competitions and of course some traditional apple bobbing.
The whole thing will be wrapped up with an awesome magic show live on stage, your kids and you will have a blast this Halloween in Liverpool at Wonderland’s Spooktacular Family Disco.
Witches and Wizards School of Excellence
When: 29th October 17:30pm – 19:00pm
Age: No age restrictions
If you and your family are serious Harry Potter fans and dream of one day going to Hogwarts to learn the art of Witch Craft and Wizardry then this event is the perfect place for you to spend Halloween in Liverpool this year.
Hosted at Liverpool’s most popular social event space, Constellations, The Witches Wizards School of Excellence is accepting new pupils and you could be on your way to being a master of all things magical leaving the Muggle world behind you.
Learn how to mix the perfect potion and master spells of great difficulty becoming the best witch or wizard you can be and putting even the famous Harry Potter to shame.
Ottersghoul Horror Maze
Where: Otterspool Adventure Centre
When: 31st October 17:00pm – 20:00pm
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For a spine-chilling adventurous Halloween in Liverpool, Otterspool Adventure Centre have created an interactive experience that will leave your kids terrifically terrified.
Let them wander through the mysterious maze and encounter a number of scary special effects, creepy creatures and eerie activities along the way.
For those who dare, descend the death drop which is a 50ft vertical slide that disappears into the darkened depths.
A ghoulish dinner will be served from 17:00 pm – 22:00 pm and adults can enjoy some kooky cocktails after taking on the Ottersghoul Horror Maze with the family.
Shiverpool’s Hope Street Shivers
Where: The Cathedral Quarter of Liverpool
When: 31st October
Age: all ages
source: Shiverpool Facebook
Shiverpool is a longstanding tour group that take visitors to Liverpool on tours around the most haunting parts of the city.
The experienced guides will recount bloodcurdling tales from the cities well known haunted past and keep audiences entertained along the way.
There are a number of tours across the city running all year round but the Hope Street Shivers tours specifically run on all Hallows Eve and takes a look underneath the Anglican Cathedral and through St James’ cemetery.
Family friendly tours are tailored towards and groups of all ages and especially for Halloween the guides don their freakiest fancy-dress costumes and provide the perfect Halloween in Liverpool with a look at the creepiest corners of the city.
Ghoulies Haunted House
Where: Dale Street
When: 19th– 31st October 19:00 pm and 20:00 pm
Age: Kid Friendly before 20:00 pm
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Known as the funniest yet most frightening night of your life this Halloween in Liverpool Ghoulies Haunted House will be hosting a freaky family-friendly session perfect for the little ones.
Up until 20:00 pm the kids can make their way through the wickedly wacky haunted house and encounter some ghoulish characters along the way.
There will be animatronics with horrifying Hollywood style special effects, enough to gently spook the kiddies at this fun family-friendly fright fest.
Victoria Gallery & Museum – Family Saturday
Where: Victoria Gallery & Museum
When: 28th October 10:30am – 16:00pm
Age: No age restrictions
Take the whole family along to visit one of Liverpool’s most historic buildings to watch a monster movie and have a go at some spooky science too.
Monster movie Hotel Transylvania II will be screened from 10:30 am followed by some creepy chemistry experiments where kids can make their own spider webs, shrinking spiders and some super slimy bugs.
Top the day off with a lesson in the Dark Arts with Professor Alex Burrows in the hat factory exhibition right inside the museum.
A gruesomely great interactive experience is on the cards this Halloween in Liverpool at Victoria Gallery and Museum’s Fun Family Saturday.
Boomchikkaboom Halloween Bash
Where: Revolucion de Cuba
When: 25th October 11:00am – 14:00pm
source: Boomchikkaboom Facebook
Bring the family along to enjoy some devilish dancing fun at BoomChikkkaBoom, Revolucion de Cuba on Albert Dock for a Halloween themed children friendly rave.
The little ones will be able the shimmy and shake on the dance floor, learn some new moves from trained dance instructors and have a little sing-song to their favourite tunes.
Then let their creepy creative side run wild with some creep arts and crafts, a fun family sized photo booth, colourful candy floss and freaky face painting.
There’ll be prizes and competitions throughout the day and with soft play areas for the littlest ones and a relaxing adult only area your Halloween in Liverpool at Revolucion de Cuba is ideal for the entire family.
Spend Halloween in Liverpool at The Shankly Hotel
Our list of family-friendly Halloween events in Liverpool will leave you and the kids spoiled for choice.
Instead of staying at home this year bobbing for apples or doing the neighbourhood rounds trick or treating stay at The Shankly Hotel and enjoy an exciting Halloween in Liverpool this year.
Our family rooms are spacious and ideal for accommodating your and your little ghouls in comfort and luxury. What’s more, The Shankly Hotel is perfectly situated in the city centre so you and the kids will have easy access to all these amazing Halloween events.
Call now to arrange your stay on 0151 601 8801 or email email@example.com. We will help you and the family arrange a superbly spooky stay at The Shankly Hotel during Halloween in Liverpool 2017.
Make this Autumn a special one with the best October events in Liverpool.
Come in from the cold and keep warm with an array of showstopping nights in the heart of the city centre.
The Shankly Hotel is situated in a prime location for the city’s best cultural events and attractions.
From Liverpool Empire Theatre to the Liverpool Echo Arena, you’ll find yourself only a short distance from the excitement.
Joseph & the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
When: 3rd – 7th October 2017
Where: Liverpool Empire Theatre
This October, don’t miss Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at Liverpool Empire Theatre.
X Factor winner Joe McElderry is set to showcase the timeless musical’s infectious hits.
From ‘Any Dream Will Do’ to ‘Go, Go, Go Joseph’, this is guaranteed to get your toes tapping.
Bill Kenwright’s dazzling production of the dynamic musical achieves standing ovations at every performance.
Radio City Leanne & Dave Quiz Night
When: 5th October 2017
Where: Arthouse Hotel – Mulholland
Let your competitive streak run wild at Mulholland this October!
Join charismatic Radio City 96.7 radio hosts Leanne and Dave for their fantastic Retro Quiz night.
You’ll have your knowledge put to the test with the chance to get your hands on delicious food and drink offers.
With free entry and fantastic prizes, this is one night you won’t want to miss.
Casablanca with Live Orchestra
When: 14th October 2017
Where: Philharmonic Hall
Enjoy a cosy night at the Liverpool Philharmonic this October with an atmospheric showing of Casablanca.
Find yourself lost in the romance as you sit back, relax and enjoy this all-time classic.
The fantastic experience will be completed with live orchestral sounds to sweep you off your feet.
The live score will be performed by Max Steiner’s orchestra, bringing this timeless 1942 hit to life.
Cinema in Liverpool’s Anglican Cathedral
When: 20th – 22nd October 2017
Where: Anglican Cathedral
Calling all film fans! This October, Liverpool Anglican Cathedral is hosting the ultimate Autumn movie night.
This special weekend invites you to enjoy your childhood favourites. Films include The Goonies, Matilda and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
So, bring along some warm clothing and cosy up at the Cathedral.
You can tuck in to tasty food on site, delicious desserts and a refreshing drink from the bar.
When: 20th – 22nd October 2017
Where: Liverpool Echo Arena
Liverpool’s very own comedian is back at Liverpool Echo Arena this October for his awaited stand-up comeback.
Speaking of the tour, John said:
“When I start this new tour, it will be three years since my last live show Supersonic, which is the longest break I’ve ever had. I’m very much looking forward to getting back on the road – there really is nothing like performing stand-up in front of a live audience.”
The local superstar’s last tour was enjoyed by more than 500,000 people. And there’s no doubt that this year’s ‘Winging It’ will prove a huge success!
When: 26th October 2017
Where: Alma de Cuba
This year, Signature Living have joined forces with leading homelessness charity the Whitechapel Centre.
Creating a spectacularly spooky night, head to Alma de Cuba for a night out like no other.
This exquisite evening will ignite ghostly glamour within Liverpool’s most atmospheric nightclub.
The former St Peter’s Catholic Church boasts stained glass windows and the original altar.
All proceeds will go towards the local charity. What better way to get into the mood for Halloween?
So, don’t miss the best of what’s on this October in Liverpool!
At The Shankly Hotel, we’re a favourite for locals and visitors attending special events in the city centre.
With a range of luxury rooms to make your night out extra special, we hope to see you soon!
Liverpool Organic Brewery will be coming hosting a popular event in Liverpool from within one of the city’s most iconic venues this weekend. The St George’s Hall Beer Festival starts on Thursday and continues through the weekend bringing beer fans cask upon cask of delicious specially brewed ales.
If you’re staying with us at The Shankly Hotel you’ve no excuse not to visit, the venue is literally around the corner and it’s the perfect opportunity to see the stunning interior of the grand hall in all its entertaining glory.
Over 200 Different Ciders, Real Ales and Bottled Brews
source: St George’s Hall Facebook
Liverpool Organic Brewery is the organisers of this hotly anticipated event in Liverpool and their own selection of real ales is extensively ranging from the Best Bitters to the Palest of Ales.
All Liverpool Organic Breweries own produce is created from the finest available ingredients in the country including grains from the oldest working malting in the country Warminster Maltings and hops from Charles Faram in business since 1865.
Along with their own brilliant brews St Georges Hall will be packed to the rafters with keg upon keg, cask upon cask and barrel upon barrel of tasty real ales for all you beer lovers to wrap your lips around this weekend.
Bringing the Gin in too
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Not everybody can appreciate the hoppy delights of a specially crafted ale.
That’s why the thoughtful folk at Liverpool Organic Brewery have brought in the big Gins to a specially built Gin Garden for those who prefer beverage made from berries instead of grains.
Gin has become a favourite among spirit drinkers lately and Liverpool Gin is among the top choice of connoisseurs across the UK. Come quaff the most refreshing Gin and tonics or Gin cocktails instead of a pint, no one will judge . . . honest.
Served alongside the selection of Gin and endless beers will be chilled bottles of the finest Italian fizzy and wines of all varieties.
Better still the purpose-built Gin Garden will be set up on the colonnade of St George’s Hall so users can enjoy watching the world pass by outside and still be a part of the action indoors.
Local Liverpool Food Vendors
It’s no secret that Liverpool is a city of foodies and as a result, the demand of the public have spawned a club of independent traders that make regular appearances at any event in Liverpool worth visiting.
St George’s Hall Beer Festival is no exception and will be welcoming the local talents of;
The Liverpool Cake Company
Bringing a something sweet to this weekends boozy affair is the Liverpool Cake Company.
Baking hand raised pastries for over thirty years, it doesn’t get much tastier than a Peninsula Pie
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The Striped Pig Co.
Meat eaters prepare yourselves for a feast.
The Striped Pig Co. will be bringing along specialties such as hog roasts and pulled meat bars.
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All perfect accompaniments for a pint or two.
Tickets, Times and Prices
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Start your engines as starting Thursday at 18:00 pm the doors will open to St George’s Hall Beer Festival and will remain that way until 22:30 pm. £7 a ticket on the door or pre-ordered online and CAMRA members can enjoy a select discount on entry and beers.
Friday and Saturday day sessions begin at 11:30 am and end at 16:00 pm tickets start at £7.00.
For an evening of beer filled fun head to the evening sessions starting at 18:00 pm til the last beers served at 22:30 pm tickets starting at just £8.00.
If you are feeling flush then VIP upgrades are available treating you and your party to unlimited beers and ciders, a stage level reserved table, queue jumping privileges and a souvenir glass to remember the event . . . in case you can’t.
Stay at The Shankly
Luckily for all our guests, The Shankly Hotel is within short walking distance to St George’s Hall. This means you can overindulge at the festival and your comfy welcoming bed isn’t too far away.
A visit to St Georges Hall is worth it during any trip to Liverpool but when it’s packed with beer and delicious Liverpool food vendors it’s a must.
At The Shankly Hotel, we have a selection of Liverpool’s most luxurious group accommodation. Each room is outfitted to give guests a one of a kind experience of Liverpool as well as educating every guest about the illustrious life and career of Bill Shankly.
Call to book your rooms for St George’s Hall Beer Festival on 0151 601 8801 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, or see if there’s another event in Liverpool that catches your eye during the rest of 2017.
Strap on your Lederhosen, grab your steins and get ready for an Oom-pah-ing good time at Liverpool Oktoberfest 2017. Taking over Pier Head this giant German festival has become a favourite among Liverpool residents and visitors alike and will be hosted this weekend from 21st – 24th September.
Let’s take a look at what you can expect from Liverpool Oktoberfest 2017.
Cheap German Beer
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Fans of a perfectly brewed golden ale will understand the joy of picking up a chilled glass of German beer. Especially when it comes in huge stein glasses that can hold two pints of the stuff.
This year your pennies will stretch further too as organisers are selling these giant bevvies for just £8.
Unlikely to run short Oktoberfest will be supplied by a tanker holding 23,000 litres of specially brewed beer brought in from a 200-year-old Bavarian brewery.
Steins for everyone.
Traditional Bavarian attire will be worn by all staff at Liverpool Oktoberfest, ladies in their dirndl and guys getting their pins out in Lederhosen.
These delightful garments have been around for centuries inspired by the traditional garb of peasants who lived and still live in the Alps.
In the1870’s the dirndl became the height of fashion among ladies of the upper classes in Austria and by 1890 the popularity of the garment had spread to the rest of the country.
A properly tailored dirndl can set you back a couple of hundred euros, made from custom printed fabrics and made to measure.
The dirndls of today are still worn on formal or special occasions by Austrian and Bavarian ladies. The less traditional outfits, whilst styled similar to the dirndl are reserved for festivals or costumes in themed bars and restaurants around the world.
Translated literally as “leather breeches” Lederhosen are derived from the working-class uniform of Bavaria.
The tough wearing material of Lederhosen was perfect for men who daily undertook physical labour in their job roles.
Instead of catapulting to the height of fashion at the end of the 17th-century Lederhosen popularity declined as it was regarded as clothing for “uncultured peasants” rather than fashionable attire for the upper classes.
The classic Lederhosen and techniques for tailoring them are now preserved as a heritage Bavarian garment and are regarded as a symbol of Bavarian pride or male virility. Many regional men still chose to wear Lederhosen to carry out taxing outdoor chores or to attend local festivals or pubs.
At Oktoberfest, both dirndl and Lederhosen will be making an appearance in traditional and more modern forms. Get into the spirit and check out the latest modern Bavarian fashion here for inspiration.
Deliciously Traditional Delicacies
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All this beer will need soaking up with some tasty food and luckily Oktoberfest will be bringing more than mass quantities of German alcohol down to Pier Head.
Immerse yourself in the Bavarian culture completely by dining on dishes such as Bratwurst, Brezel, Schnitzel and Schweinebarten. All perfect dishes to accompany a pint or tow of Bavarian beer made mainly of pork and pastry.
Better still there are fabulous offers for both beer and food available including Bavarian sausage, fries and a ½ pint of Feistber, just to get you started.
Full on Festival Atmosphere
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Through the weekend there will be a live DJ playing some traditional and popular German tunes and of course what Oktoberfest would be complete without an Oom-pah band.
Prepare yourself by brushing up on your German music knowledge with a few favourite tracks;
Anton aus Tyrol
Cowboy und Indianer (Kom hol das Lasso raus)
Ein Prosit der Gemuetlichkeit
Zikke Zakke, Zikke Zakke hey hey hey
You and your friends are guaranteed an experience of German heritage and culture as well as a full stomach and a taste for finely brewed German beer at this year’s Liverpool Oktoberfest.
Don’t forget to grab yourself a souvenir stein glass and head on down to Pier Head this weekend.
The Perfect Oktoberfest Accommodation
Moments away from Oktoberfest fun The Shankly Hotel is the ideal place to rest your tired feet after a day dancing to Oom-pah tunes.
The Shankly Hotel’s group accommodation can sleep up to four guests in pure luxury with huge comfy beds, double whirlpool baths and stylish décor.
What’s more, the Bastion Bar and Restaurant has a welcoming atmosphere for winding down after Oktoberfest fun and will serve you a hearty breakfast the following day to help you recover.
The Shankly Hotel is Liverpool’s only football-themed hotel in the heart of the city. Themed around Liverpool’s favourite football player/manager, Bill Shankly, guests can enjoy a one of a kind hotel experience including a trip into the career and life of the great man himself.
For more information about the Shankly Hotel or to book your stay for Oktoberfest Liverpool call 0151 601 8801 or email email@example.com.
One of the most exciting October events in Liverpool 2017, why not get involved in White Collar Boxing at the Cunard Building?
The ultimate event for White Collar Boxing in Liverpool, join us at the stunning Liverpool landmark for a night you’ll never forget.
White Collar Boxing in Liverpool
When: Saturday 21st October 2017
Where: The Cunard Building, Liverpool
Bring your A game to the ring next month for an exciting challenge, all in aid of Liverpool’s Whitechapel Centre charity.
The white collar boxing event will include a dazzling black-tie dinner certain to lift your spirits and ignite a fantastic atmosphere.
Filling Liverpool’s majestic Cunard Building with excitement, this is the perfect opportunity to spectate or compete with your co-workers.
Undoubtedly one of the most unique team building activities in Liverpool, gather your team and prepare for an unforgettable night of entertainment!
You can expect the black tie event to include a deliciously indulgent three course meal, live entertainment and a charity auction.
You’ll also have the chance to continue the celebrations at Liverpool’s iconic nightclub Alma de Cuba.
Fighting for Whitechapel Centre
The good new is, you don’t need to be a boxing pro to get involved! You don’t need any experience to get involved and can take part in a spectacular 8-week program with Signature Fit Club in preparation of the night.
The Whitechapel Centre is a leading homeless and housing charity in the heart of Liverpool. The charity is renowned for helping those sleeping rough, living in hostels or simply struggling with accommodation.
At Signature Living we’re hugely proud to support Liverpool’s Whitechapel Centre. A proportion of all the event ticket sales, sponsorship and live auction will be donated to The Whitechapel Centre in support of the amazing work they do around the city.
Don’t Miss Out on Your Tickets
We have an array of options available for your group. Choose from 3 jam-packed packages to sit ring side and catch the action up close.
We are also offering fantastic opportunities to sponsor a boxing match. These packages include everything from a VIP drinks reception to a boxers meet and greet, ring side seats and promotion.
You can enquire more or secure your tickets for the fantastic affair here.
The Cunard Building
We can’t think of a more magnificent location for white collar boxing in Liverpool than the striking Cunard Building.
Neighbouring the Liver Building, the Cunard is the integral centre of Liverpool’s world-famous Three Graces.
Without a doubt one of the most stunning buildings in the city, the Cunard sits with the waterfront right on its doorstep.
Formerly serving as the passenger terminal for the Cunard Line, this majestic building is truly one of a kind and we couldn’t be more pleased with the location.
Our white collar boxing event is an unmissable opportunity to wine and dine like a VIP while taking in the splendour of our fabulous city and giving back to charity.
So, spread the word to your co-workers and get the office excitement building. We look forward to seeing you ring side this October!
The Shankly Hotel was built upon a wealth of sporting heritage, and as a result, we are extremely excited to welcome The Golf Open back to Royal Birkdale this summer for the 10th time. With some of the greatest golfers coming together in close proximity to Liverpool, make sure you get your tickets to enjoy this remarkable display of golfing ingenuity at the 146th Open 2017.
The Oldest Championship in Golf
In 1860 eight men took to Prestwick St Nicholas golf course to determine who would be named the champion golfer among them. First prize was a belt fashioned from rich red Morrocan leather worth a whopping £25 pounds (over £500 to date), named the Challenge Belt.
Three rounds played over the challenging links course resulted in a win by Willie Park Senior beating his rival Old Tom Morris by just two shots. It was from here that the golf open became a tournament open to experienced players across the globe.
For over 150 years talented golfers have battled it out to be honoured the title “Champion Golfer of the Year” and the prize of the iconic Claret Jug.
The Claret Jug replaced the Challenge Belt in 1870 after the belt was won three times in a row by Young Tom Morris and was his for keeps.
In 1872 Morris won The Open again but the new trophy had not been ready in time to present it to him.Then in 1873 Morris’ winning streak was felled by Tom Kidd who was lucky enough to be the first player to receive the Claret Jug, Morris’ name was however engraved first upon the trophy.
Over last century and a half, the winners of The Open have entertained swarms of golf fans with riveting performances of skill and determination. This time honoured golfing competition continues to attract new comers to the sport of golf and bring crowds of spectators to 14 links courses dotted around Britain’s picturesque coastline each year.
The Open at Royal Birkdale
Situated north of Liverpool on the coast of Southport Royal Birkdale is a sweeping links course that has been carved out among towering sand dunes by three generations of golf course architects.
Royal Birkdale is recognised as the 18th best golf course in the world outside the USA, due to its excellent spectator vantage points and
The first Open Championship to be hosted in Royal Birkdale was in 1954 when winner Peter Thompson became the first Australian to lift the Claret Jug after his triumph. After this Thompson went on to win a further three Open Championships in a row.
A special moment in golf occurred at Royal Birkdale when Lee Trevino completed a hat-trick of victories in the space of only four weeks. Before he lifted the centenary Claret Jug in 1971, Trevino had also won the US Open and the Canadian Open.
Royal Birkdale has a reputation as being a challenging but fun course to play, set out over 6690 yards, with 18 holes and a 70 par. As with any other links course, the challenge can change with the weather, on a windy day anything of the fairway leaves a player in trouble.
This year Royal Birkdale will be hosting it’s 10th Open Championship, with 156 players heading to Southport and crowds of spectators too, the 146th Open is set to be a fabulous golfing event in 2017.
Thinking of attending The Open?
For a great family friendly day out there’s nothing like going to The Open.
If you are already a golf fan then great but The Open also looks after those who are new to the game. The biggest names in golf will be in attendance and you can catch a glimpse of your favourite player winding their way in between the dunes.
There are plenty of refreshment stalls selling delicious food and drinks as well as marvellous spectator spots where you can set up camp at any hole or tee to watch each player start or finish every hole.
The Shankly Hotel is ideally located close to railway stations in Liverpool.
Simply board the train from Liverpool Central or Moorfields bound for Southport and alight at Hillside Station. The journey has 14 stops in total (if boarding at Liverpool Central) and will take just under one hour. From Hillside station Royal Birkdale is just a 10-minute walk.
Stay at The Shankly Hotel during The Open at Royal Birkdale and enjoy a luxurious break in the city with easy access to one of the most prestigious golfing tournaments of the year.
Call and book today for the entire tournament or just the day on 0151 601 8801 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Summer fun starts in Liverpool in July when the city centre comes into its own abuzz with festivals and outdoor events in the sunshine.
Check out our handy guide to the best of what’s on in Liverpool in July 2017.
Liverpool Arab Arts Festival
When: 8th – 16th July
Just one of the many festivals taking place in Liverpool in July the Arabic Arts Festival has events popping up all over the city.
Starting on the 8th with Eid on the square and culminating with a concert from ‘the new star of Nubian pop’, Alsarah and the Nubatones at Sefton Park.
The Liverpool Arab Arts Festival unites everybody from every culture in a celebration of art appreciation as well as local, national and international awareness.
Join in the festivities and experience the beauty of Arab culture in this July in Liverpool during your stay at The Shankly Hotel.
Singing Waiter Afternoon Tea
When: 16th July
Treat yourself, your family and friends to a unique Afternoon Tea Experience in our stunning events venue Baby Eden.
Come and enjoy a delicious afternoon tea of tiny cakes, dainty sandwiches and delicious pastries, glasses of bubbly and hot cups of tea all complemented by singing waiters.
Each of your servers will be vocally gifted and whilst they serve your food and drinks will be happy to serenade your table with your favourite pop song or show tune.
A magical, musical Afternoon Tea during your visit to Liverpool in July at the Shankly Hotel.
The Biggest Fattest Football Quiz
When: 19th July
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Think you’re the guru when it comes to football knowledge?
Test out your theory at Camp and Furnace during your visit to Liverpool in July and join them for The Biggest Fattest Foot Quiz.
The team at Camp and Furnace have come up with some fun interactive challenges, bonus rounds and there’s even a huge cash prize up for grabs.
Get your group together and get your tickets to what is sure to be a rip-roaring event at Camp and Furnace.
146th Golf Open
When: 16th– 23rd
The 146th Golf Open returns to Royal Birkdale or the 10th time and is set to be a grand affair as always.
So, grab your windbreaker, pop on some comfortable shoes and get your tickets to the greatest golfing event of the year.
Follow your favourite along the fairways and over the sand dunes and cross your fingers for a sunny day at The Open’s second favourite venue Royal Birkdale.
Arrange your visit to Liverpool in July and stay with us at The Shankly Hotel call us on 0151 601 8801 or email email@example.com so you can enjoy the best events in taking place in the city.
At The Shankly Hotel, we like to make sure our guests enjoy the very best of what’s on in the Liverpool during their stay. Here we’ve rounded up the best Liverpool events in June for our guests to enjoy whilst visiting the city including live music and comedy, fun outdoor activities and fabulous afternoon tea’s for everybody.
There’s always plenty to do in Liverpool at the start of the summer but we’ve hand selected a month’s worth of fun city events not to be missed for you, our guests.
The Wedding Singer Musical
Where: Epstein Theatre
When: 3rd June
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If you were a fan of the 1998 film The Wedding Singer then a trip to the theatre to see the amazing musical version is a must.
Take a journey back to the 80s when hair was huge and fashion was questionable and meet Robbie Hart as he goes from number one wedding singer to heartbroken wedding wrecker.
This is a love story with all the usual obstacles brought to you through the mediums of song and dance.
Even if you haven’t seen the movie this stage show spectacular will get you out of your seat and bopping away to tonnes of 80s tune and new hits performed by a cast including Ray Quinn and the X Factor’s Cassie Compton.
This hit show is taking the UK by storm so make sure you get your tickets during a visit to Liverpool this June.
Where: Laughter House
When: 3rd June
source: Laughter House Comedy FaceBook
If musicals aren’t your thing but laughter is then head to the Laughter House where funnily enough you’re guaranteed a side-splitting good time.
Originating from Stockport, Mike Newall has been on the comedy scene since 2002 making appearances at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival over the years.
His humour is story telling at it’s driest, delivered from real life experiences his audiences can relate too.
Alongside other comedic talents such as the decidedly dark humour of Andy Askins and the Canada’s own Allyson June, this is one night out that guarantees to bring the laughter.
Fun Themed Afternoon Tea’s
Where: Garden of Eden
A craze that swept the nation, brought back from the days of old when the only form of entertainment was gossip and a well-brewed cup of tea. Afternoon Tea is a classy way to enjoy a light bite of pretty cakes and sandwiches at any time of the day.
To make these events more interesting The Shankly Hotel have added a dash of excitement into their version of the classic afternoon tea with a variety of themed services.
Swing Afternoon Tea 4th June
During the Swing Afternoon Tea in The Shankly Hotel’s rooftop paradise events venue, the Garden of Eden, guests can delight in exquisite food, with views and entertainment to match.
MadHatter Afternoon Tea 10th and 17th
Bringing a little eccentricity to and otherwise elegant affair, the MadHatter Afternoon Tea Party invites adults into a wonderful world of make belief and magic filled with whimsical characters.
Perfect for family and children of all ages this amazing afternoon tea has a fairytale theme encouraging fancy dress and providing an enchanting experience for all involved.
During your stay see which of these amazing themed afternoon tea’s will be taking place and enjoy something extraordinary during your visit to Liverpool in June.
Liverpool Acoustic Extra
Where: View Two Gallery
When: 9th June
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The musical talent pool in Liverpool runs deep and for that reason, the city is often filled with great places to catch a glimpse of the next rising star.
Take yourself to the View Two Gallery on Friday the 9th of June for an acoustic music special performance of three extremely talented local acts.
Liverpool Acoustic organisation take it upon themselves to arrange for local and national artists to perform their skills to live audiences, bringing an eclectic selection of shows to Liverpool year round.
As well as amazing music View Two Gallery also have a stunning collection of other mediums of artwork including painting and sculptures from local artists.
For a night immersed in the artistic talents of Liverpool, head to View Two Gallery during your stay at The Shankly Hotel.
Where: Garden of Eden
When: 17th June
We’re feeling nostalgic at The Shankly Hotel this June and will be bringing our guests and the public a chance to relive some of the best parts of our favourite decade; the 80s at CLUB TROPICANA night in the Garden of Eden.
Get your hair styled high and your shoulder pads even higher for a night of retro music, classic 80s style cocktails and a fun fancy dress competition in Liverpool’s most stunning rooftop garden venue.
“Get into the Groove” on the dance floor and show off those signature moves from back in the day as our surprise tribute act takes to the stage and transports you back to the fun and happening years of the 80s.
We’re looking forward to welcoming the wild side of the greatest decade yet at the Shankly Hotel this June in Liverpool.
Where: Croxteth Park
When: 18th June
Organised by Radio City and Extreme Adventure Ltd, Bubble Rush is a unique way to enjoy charitable and outdoor family time together with a colourful twist.
Join the crowds at Croxteth Park on the 18th June as they run or walk to raise money for two Liverpool-based charities. Radio City’s Cahs for Kids and Zoe’s Place Baby Hospice will benefit from the proceeds of this fun family day.
The full 5k course begins in a cloud of coloured bubbles, and families of all ages are encouraged to dress in white so throughout the run they change colour running through each bubble station along the way.
The Bubble Rush is entertaining, messy and for a great cause. The perfect excuse to get dressed up stay healthy with the whole family whilst playing with tonnes of bubbles.
Where: Central Library
When: 24th June
Time to get creative this June in Liverpool as Central Library invites the public to Makefest.
At this gathering of creative projects from all mediums including science, technology, craft and artwork guests are encouraged to come and learn more.
This amazing event is organised to inspire and educate the public to get involved and make things happen using their own creative minds and hands.
Spend a day with the family learning more about an existing hobby or pick up entirely new ones as you explore the many wonders of what the human mind is capable of.
Book to stay at The Shankly Hotel
The Shankly Hotel is a family friendly Liverpool hotel that welcomes people of all ages to come and enjoy the city of Liverpool together. The amazing and spacious accommodation is ideal for groups to spend some quality time away from their day to day routines in luxurious surroundings.
There are plenty of great accommodation offers for our guests to come and enjoy the best Liverpool events in June together. We look forward to seeing you soon for your next short break away. Call 0151 601 8801 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, to see what’s going on in Liverpool during your stay at The Shankly Hotel.
Easter time is near and what better weekend to book a family visit to Liverpool and stay at the Shankly Hotel. There are some superb family suites available at the Shankly Hotel, perfect for spending quality time together over Easter bank holiday in Liverpool.
There are also a whole host of events taking place in the city this week including live music and sporting events as well as some brilliant activities for the kids. Check out what’s on weekly guide to see if there’s something perfect for you and your family.
Make some amazing memories during your time together in Liverpool this week and pay a visit to some spectacular one of events taking place across the city.
First glimpse of Minton Tiled Floor Revealed
Where: St Georges Hall 10 am-5pm
When: 13th April
Okay so this may not sound like something the kids will love, but a visit to St Georges hall will be unforgettable for the whole family.
The stunning interior of the building has long been admired by visitors to Liverpool and it is only this week that another part of St George’s halls amazing history will be unveiled for the public to see.
The Minton tiled floor was concealed in 1860 to protect the exquisite handcrafted mosaic during events that took place in the events space, since then it has remained hidden.
Until now, be among the first to see this stunning piece of Minton pavement depicting scenes of the goddess Neptune and the mythical Liver Birds.
Where: Albert dock
When: 13:30 -16:30 11th– 13th
If you have a budding theatrical performer in your family, or you simply enjoy getting hands on and crafty, step into Imaginative Worlds at the Albert Dock this week.
Taking inspiration from the O.K Musical, the Family Collective at Albert Dock’s TATE gallery has organised a series of family friendly workshops inviting you and the family to get dressed up and get involved.
Make your own masks, puppets and theatrical props and watch them take to the temporary stage that has taken over the gallery space.
Something fun, family friendly and completely theatrical to keep you and the family busy on your visit to Liverpool.
Meet Lloyd of Lego Ninjago
Where: Liverpool One Lego store
When: 15th April Night time events
Who didn’t love Lego when they were little?
The ability to hand build your own world and control everyone and everything in it was always enjoyable. Now with the popularity of the Lego Movie and the new Lego Batman, actual Lego has become a part of adulthood too.
That’s why a trip to the Lego store at Liverpool One is the perfect day out in the city for the whole family.
On the 15th take your little ones along to meet the star of Lego Ninjago Lloyd and truly make their Lego dreams come true.
Nightly entertainment in Liverpool
Instead of staying in for the night in your luxury Bill Shankly themed family hotel room, get out into the city and enjoy one of these interesting activities together.
Opening night of the Story Giant
Where: Everyman Theatre
When: 19:00 pm 13th April
Adapted from the book written by legendary poet Brian Patten, The Story Giant is a fairy-tale adventure about the search for the last book in existence not owned by The Story Giant.
Sadly, without this last story, The Story Giant will perish and with the help homing chickens and plenty of other whimsical characters the Shanty Theatre company will take their audience on a journey throughout the folklore and myths of the world. All in the hopes of finding the last story and saving the giants life.
A perfect family theatre visit that everyone will enjoy during a visit to Liverpool.
Premier League Darts
Where: Echo Arena
When: 18:00 pm 13th April
Returning to the Echo Arena for a showdown sure to attract darts fans from across Merseyside, is the Premier League Darts Championships.
Those who follow the league will be aware that the coveted trophy is up for grabs from two-time winner van Gerwen.
Now broadcast worldwide and televised by Sky Sports the Premier League Darts Championship has become a popular sporting event that the audience is passionate about.
For darts fans, this is a Liverpool event not to be missed, for those simply looking for a good day out with the family in Liverpool.
Beau Dermott and friends
Where: Philharmonic Hall
When: 19:30 pm 15th April
Those who tune into Britain’s Got Talent will be aware of Beau Dermott’s sensational singing talents. For those who were not aware of Beau, she quickly became recognised as one of Britain’s most gifted young singers when reaching the finals of 2016’s musical reality contest and winning.
Taking to the stage for the first time in concert, Beau will be performing the tracks that took her to the final of Britain’s Got Talent as well as adding some other well-known pop songs into the mix.
Enjoy watching one of the most well-loved talents to have performed on Britain’s Got Talent alongside a host of other special guests on the night.
The perfect family friendly live music performance in one of Liverpool’s most remarkable entertainment venues.
Staying at the Shankly Hotel
Whether you’ve booked to stay at the Shankly Hotel already or are thinking of taking a short city break with the family soon, take advantage of these amazing Liverpool accommodation offers.
Perfect for a family visit to Liverpool any night of the week and ideal for making the most of some quality family time together in the city.
For more information or to book your stay call 0151 601 8801 or email email@example.com