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From the January dining deals that are too good to miss, the family days out to keep the kids happy or the places you can visit to keep the winter blues at bay – read on and plan your weekend in Liverpool.
Stereophonics will play to a sell out crowd at The Guild, Liverpool take on Man Utd on Sunday with kick off at 4.30pm and the drink offers are flowing at the majority of our City Centre bars.
Deep Cuts is brought to us by Liverpool music manual Get Into This. This weekend is a third birthday special with more live music than ever before. On the lineup you will find The Florrie Guitar Orchestra, STONE, Aimee Steven, Matters and The Roswell Project – tickets are £5 and on sale now.
Famed for its alcohol free bar, The Brink should also have its food offering at the forefront of your mind. Breakfast and brunch is served from 1oam and the menu includes everything from pancake stacks to vegan breakfasts. Swill it down with a health smoothy and you’ll fly into Saturday night!
LFC fans can take the kids along to this weekend’s BOSS celebration at the Olympia. Liverpool’s Jamie Webster will headline the event which takes place Saturday 2-6pm.
It is surely one of our most stunning event spaces and you’ll find it inside our most iconic building. The Venue at the Royal Liver Building opens its doors this weekend to brides and grooms to be. You can drop in all day 12-5pm and get planning your perfect waterfront wedding.
Over 60 artisans will take to the ground of our beloved Bombed Out Church this Sunday from 11am selling everything from food, drink, crafts and gifts. All vendors are independent and local to Liverpool.
Time to get the dance moves ready as the best in soul, Motown and funk is played at the Merchant for Superstition. The tunes start at 10pm and expect everything from Marvin Gaye to Michael Jackson.
Have you always wanted to try orienteering? Or maybe you don’t know what it is, but you want to try it anyway? Join Deeside Orienteering Club at Speke Hall on Saturday to try something new, put your map reading skills to the test, or simply explore the Speke Hall grounds in a new light.
Come on, we all know the words! You can watch The Greatest Showman on a big screen at Liverpool Empire this Saturday at either 2.30 or 7.30pm. Best of all though, you get to sing-a-long to all of those amazing tunes too. This IS the greatest show!
If you love Bob Dylan then you need to get to the arena on Saturday as one of the world’s greatest Dylan tributes takes to the stage. As straightforward as the title suggests: No frills, no gimmicks, no pretense; #SimplyDylan is John O’Connell’s personal exploration and celebration of the rich and diverse work of Bob Dylan.
Not been yet? Let Lu Ban take you on a culinary adventure across Asia this weekend as Tianjin comes to Liverpool. There is 40% off throughout January, terms and conditions apply.
In 2020, The Florist is encouraging you to live your best life with new additions to its menu and exciting wellbeing events and masterclasses that centre around three key elements: positivity, mindfulness and shared experiences.
At The Florist on Hardman Street, guests can enjoy sharing plates from the globally inspired menu, including favourites such as Korean fried chicken, Bento sharers and Bang Bang cauliflower. If that’s not enough of a reason, their brand new ‘Vegan Vision’ menu is entirely plant-based dishes.
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