Liverpool Lantern Parade
Liverpool City Centre
Off the Ground Youth Theatre were invited by the Lantern Company to be a part of their Halloween Parade.
Hundreds of underworld inhabitants, dressed in the finest Halloween disguise, including illuminated giant beasts, skeletons and ghostly dancing apparitions, deathly street bands and other monstrosities crawled up through the cracks and partied through Liverpool’s streets like there was no tomorrow.
Thousands lined the streets as the parade moved from the Pilgrim Street/Hardman St junction just after 6pm. The Halloween Lantern spectacle made its way, flapping, hopping and rattling past the packed out Bombed Out Church of St Luke’s, through the city streets down towards the river, with families lining the best vantage points on Hardman Street, Bold Street, Church Street, Paradise Street, Thomas Steer Way, and Albert Dock, where the carnival came to a spectacular end and disappeared as quickly as it arrived.
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