Weekend Guide Saturday 21st And Sunday 22nd October


Saturday 21st October

Murder Mystery Night at The Smithy Heritage Centre. £15 incl buffet and first drink.
Kiln Lane, WA10 4RA .

Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd October.

Pumpkin Barn at Fir Tree Farm. Come and enjoy choosing your own pumkin and carving it in The Barn. Enjoy a autumnal walk and yummy food in cafe. Lots of homemade seasonal food and cakes. Pimbo Road, WA11 8RG

Sunday 22nd October

Sunday Market At Haydock Park. 9Am to 4pm.




Sleeping Beauty

Sat 21st – Sun 29th Oct, 1.00pm & 5.00pm
Tickets from £11

Regal Entertainments present the most spellbinding panto of them all – Sleeping Beauty. With an all star cast to be announced, make your kids’ half term wishes come true with a trip to watch this wonderful tale. Sleeping Beauty telly the enchanting story of Princess Aurora who is cursed by the evil fairy Carabose. Aurora pricks her finger on a spinning wheel and is destined to slumber forever unless a handsome prince arrives to break the spell.


01744 735436

The Enid
Saturday 21st October
Doors: 7.30pm
Tickets: £16
Phenomenal live show to celebrate the release of their latest album

Big Imaginations Festival

Catapluf’s Musical Journey
Sunday 22nd October
Doors: 2.00pm
Onstage: 2.30pm
Tickets: Pay What You Decide – Book your tickets then after the show pay what you decide your experience was worth to you.
Explore the rhythms and sounds of the world with Catapluf, whose imagination takes you to places where music can be found in everything. Ages 5 +

ST HELENS IN MOTION (Walk, Run, Cycle…)

Saturday 21st October

St Helens Park Run. Meet at 9am, Bandstand, Victoria Park.

Sunday 22nd October.

Fungal Foray by Tom Ferguson – Meet at the Millennium Bridge. 2pm

2k Junior parkrun for 4-14yr olds at Colliers Moss. 9am. More info here


Saturday 21st October

Club Race Day. Interclub HOME Comcare Trophy . 1Pm to 5pm.. Carr Mill Dam


Sunday 22nd October

Mercure Haydock Wedding Fayre. Midday to 3pm.

Live Music

Saturday 21st

The Oak Tree, Newton-Le-Willows – Ramshackle

Griffin, Earlestown – Salander 9.0pm

The Running Horses – Octoberfest. Messiahs, Stu Oggy (Titors Insignia), Matty Lamb, Polker Dice, Jade Sherry Finney, Jack Dean, Cautoin, Daisy Hatton. Midday to 9pn. FREE

Sunday 22nd

Ralph’s Indie Music Radio Show. 25 tracks of the best unsigned UK indie music plus Ralph’s Top 10. Radio KC 5-7pm. http://rkc.noip.me/

The Junction, Rainford – Acoustic jam night. Acoustic Jam Session Late afternoon/Early evening drift in from 6.00 onwards for a gathering of assorted artists for practice and bonding – in the best musical sense of the word.

The Junction, Rainford – Wooden Horse Folk Club, 8.30pm Every Sunday Excl. Bank. Hols. Upstairs -small charge.


Saturday 21st October

Kids Club. This is aimed at younger kids 6 to 12 years of age. The first game is at 10am so guests have to be here for 9.45ish to get tickets. No booking, just turn up. £6 for 3 games.


Saturday 21st October

The St Helens Historical Society visit to St Helens Transport Museum at 9.30 am.


Drawing The Collection
To coincide with the national event of The big Draw this exhibition takes museum collections from
around the North West for inspiration. Artists have come together to produce work which are
significant to each individual because of their association with an item, building, piece of artwork or the emotion it provokes. Taking drawing in its broadest meaning we have challenged artists to be‘creative’ with the mediums they use – expect the unexpected and maybe find a new way of drawing. Saturday 9th September to Friday 3rd November, The World of Glass Arts and Heritage Centre.

An abstract retrospective by Phil Wilkinson
Phil has brought together an eclectic collection of his abstract work which Phil himself has said Maysurprise people. Expect both bright and bold juxtaposed with sombre and dark images to create a very personal exhibition. Saturday 9th September to Friday 3rd November, The World of Glass Arts and Heritage Centre.

The Glass Wardrobe
A look back at Women’s fashion from the late 1890’s to the end of the 20th Century. The rise and fall of the hemline And the cinched in waist of the corset to the unrestricted dropped waist from the 1920’s, we’ve even got a bit of Lurex form the 1970’s. This is really a true reflection of how women have battled with the social aspect of body image And how we wrap our bodies to please society. Saturday 9th September to Friday 3rd November, The World of Glass Arts and Heritage Centre.

Art Club St Helens
An exhibition of members work. The Exhibition takes place from the 2nd to 21st October in the event area of St Marys Market. There will be a preview evening on Thursday 5th October from 6 – 8pm. Refreshments will be available and everyone is welcome.


Saturday 21st October

St Helens Sinfionetta at The World of Glass Arts and Heritage Centre. 7.30pm. £10. Under 16’s £1. Tickets from Lynn on 01744 600846 or the shop at World of Glass.  Call World of Glass on 01744 22766 for more information.


What’s On Across St Helens

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