Not one of the best but - this from the Telegraph:
The annual Lyrid meteor shower takes places annually between April 16 and April 25. In 2018, it will peak on the morning of April 22, with the greatest number of meteors falling during the few hours before dawn.
With no moon, stargazers might be able to see between 10 and 20 Lyrid meteors per hour at the shower's peak.
Lyrid meteors are typically as bright as the stars in the Big Dipper, but some are much more intense, even brighter than Venus, the brightest object in the night sky after the moon.
Called "Lyrid fireballs", these cast shadows for a split second and leave behind smokey debris trails that linger for minutes.
Hopefully we'll see a few on Saturday night - we did last year I recollect.