What's on in Liverpool: October 🎃
Sound City - 1st - 3rd October
Liverpool is known worldwide for it's music scene, and this festival is the perfect demonstration of this. With so many local artists performing alongside other international artists, we are so proud of our very own Tilly Louise, Red Rum Club, The Mysterines, Pixey, Jekyll, Nikki and The Waves, Stone, and Tom Rogan to name a few! Get your tickets to see them perform while you can!
Beauty and The Beast - 23 September - Sat 16 October
Live at Liverpool Empire, this is one for the whole family to enjoy. With all the magic of Disney, music by Alan Menken, Howard Ashman and Tim Rice, and unbelievable special effects to help bring the story to life, guests of all ages will love this show.
River of Light - 22 October - 7 December
Returning to light up our stunning waterfront this year, the River of Light trail is not to be missed! The trail is far more dramatic in the evening - so if you need a place to stay after viewing what our city has to offer, we've got you covered. Bringing art outdoors and illuminating some of our city's most iconic settings, we can't wait for the return of the River of Light, with this year's theme: Rhythm of the Light.
So Fetch: 2000s party - 23rd October
Once you've seen the lights, you might fancy staying out... and if you're a fan of the 2000s, you're in luck! The Arts Club are hosting a pop party that is So Fetch, Mean Girls fancy dress is encouraged (but not compulsory, don't worry...)! Playing all your favourites from Rihanna to Usher, from McFly to Avril Lavigne... and when you're partied out you can stay in one of our nearby apartments, just steps away from the venue!
Paul Smith: Changed - 24-25th October
Another local legend we are proud to celebrate is Paul Smith as he continues his Tour of UK and Ireland! Paul has made a name for himself and Hot Water Comedy Club through his viral videos on Facebook, making locals and a wider audience howl. You don't want to miss Paul's very own show, trust us.
Raw Halloween Party in the Palm House - 28th October
In Liverpool's iconic Sefton Park Palm House, you can enjoy a spooky night of non-stop house music hidden in the trees. Luckily, we have an apartment not too far where you can rest your head after a long night of partying, only to be resurrected again the next morning... you're welcome!
While you're here... why not stay in one of our luxury apartments?