Ghost hunting at Lowlands Hall Liverpool
Non celeb event
Max of 25 guests
Date - 4th Nov 2023
Times - 9pm til 12.30am
Price - £39pp
This is a new location to Most Haunted Experience.
A stunning Grade 2 listed building where the early Beatles ( The Quarrymen ) played and failed an audition.
But what lurks in the shadows ?
Dark figures have been seen fleeting tthrough the rooms as well as loud footsteps heard.
Lowlands Hall Liverpool 4th Nov 2023
Lowlands is a beautiful Grade II-listed mansion set in a rare Victorian city woodland garden. It was built in the Italianate style by Thomas Haigh, a builder and architect, in 1846 on land leased from Lord Salisbury who was, and is, the Lord of the Manor of West Derby.Two other families lived there – the Dunns and the Tappenbecks – until the most distinguished resident moved in. He was Thomas Randles Withers, Victorian grandee, connoisseur and social benefactor.
As a top stockbroker and chairman of Liverpool’s Stock Exchange, he had many contacts among the city’s movers and shakers – the real-life Forsytes. His father Richard, also a former chairman of the Stock Exchange, lived in a nearby mansion – appropriately called Uplands (which still exists, as a nursery).
Until 1966, Lowlands was the home of the Pillar Club where many of the great groups played in their early days. They included the early Beatles (then the Quarrymen), Gerry and the Pacemakers, the Searchers, Hollies and Billy J. Kramer. Beatles manager Brian Epstein was a visitor.
George Harrison frequently visited Lowlands as a teenager. He honed his guitar skills there with the Les Stewart Quartet.