What's On October in Liverpool?



The Two Gentleman of Verona

Dates: 5th – 29th October

Venue: Liverpool Everyman

The Two Gentlemen of Verona is a lively production led by a joyful cast who will delight with songs, romance and chaos, and sweep Shakespeare's unruly comedy into the 21st century. In the play Valentine is in love with Silvia and Proteus is in love with Julia, however, Proteus falls for Silvia too. When Valentine plots to secretly run off with Silvia, Proteus betrays him and Valentine is banished and joins the outlaws in the forest. Will he be pursued by Silvia, and will Silvia be pursued by Proteus, and Proteus by Julia? Will all be revealed?

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Bear Grylls

Dates: 16th October

Venue: Echo Arena

See Bear Grylls in his first ever arena tour: Endeavour. Using 3D video mapping, aerial stunts and other exciting special effects, Bear will bring 6 incredible true stories of real life human survival to life in an action-packed two hour show. Audiences will be taken on a journey from the freezing cold climate of Antarctica to the humid Peruvian jungle, from the highest mountain in the world, Mount Everest, to the huge depths of the ocean, and even all the way up into Space! He will share stories about some of the scariest parts of our planet and how people have overcome very harsh situations to survive. This is an inspirational show that will motivate you and give you a different perspective on the world. Come and learn for yourself how incredible the human race really is!

Bear Grylls will bring his live tour to Echo Arena Liverpool on Sunday 16 October 2016 with his incredible and immersive interactive experience.

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Liverpool Biennial

Dates: 9th July - 16th October

Venue: Various public spaces in Liverpool

Liverpool Biennial 2016 explores fictions, stories and histories, taking the public on travels through time and space, showing Liverpool’s past, present and possible future. These journeys are in the form of six ‘episodes’. These episodes are: Ancient Greece, Chinatown, Children’s Episode, Software, Monuments from the Future, and Flashback. They are brought to life in galleries, public spaces, unused buildings, and through live performances and online. Many of the artists have made work for multiple episodes, some works are repeated across different episodes, and some of the venues are hosting more than one episode.

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Liverpool Irish Festival

Dates: 13th – 23rd October

Venue: Various

The Liverpool Irish Festival returns in 2016 with a programme of culture, performance, film, music and talks. Commemorating a centenary since the Easter Rising, this year has also seen an unforeseen shift in Great Britain’s position within the world and its relationship with Ireland (and Europe).

This year’s festival focus is friendliness and it is an opportunity to explore contemporary and traditional elements of Irish culture and often the tension arising between the two. Through collaboration, cross-discipline and partnerships with arts organisations, cultural institutions and social centres across Liverpool and Ireland, the festival explores what being Irish means, both at home and abroad.

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Halloween Half-Term

Dates: 22nd – 30th October

Venue: Church Farm

Head over to Church Farm this October half-term for lots of spooky fun for the family. There will be loads of activities and attractions designed to give you a Halloween experience without being too frightening! There will even be an opportunity to pick your own pumpkin from the farm’s pumpkin patch! Church Farm has over 1000 pumpkins growing in their field and you can get a ride there as part of their tractor ride which takes place at 12.00pm and 3.30pm each day. You can also design and carve your pumpkin at the farm, then take your creation home with you. There will also be live shows for your family to enjoy, one of which is Potion Practice, which is a puppet show on twice a day. There are also static displays of birds of prey to learn about too. If you're feeling brave then you can have a ride on their beastly barrel train at 1.30pm and 2.15pm. For the less adventurous there is also the normal barrel train (without monsters) at 10.45am each day.

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