Saturday, 24 March 2018

Review: Feast of Fire, Liverpool

As a family we love to experience new things and enjoy them together. Sometimes it can seem that it is all work and it is hard to get together and do fun things - we're always on the lookout for something different to do. So we were excited to be asked to review Liverpool's Feast of Fire - an amazing art installation in the centre of the city, perfect for a family night out.

We went to the Feast of Fire on a Friday night - the kids and Warren met me after work and we had a wander down to St George's Gardens. We were met with some beautiful installations, fire, juggling, music and plenty of places to eat and drink. We love Liverpool and often spend time in St George's Gardens, so this was a special treat for us.



We had an amazing time. It must be said that the organisation of the event was impeccable. The installations are completely safe, on-site facilities were clean, and the whole event was just really well put together. I thought it was also really good value for money, withe family tickets starting from £24. Feast of Fire runs until 2nd April and is definitely worth checking out



To keep up to date check out Feast of Fire's social media

Facebook: facebook.com/pg/FeastofFireLiv
Instagra: instagram.com/feastoffireliv/
Snapchat: @FeastofFireLiv
Twitter:  twitter.com/FeastofFireLiv 

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