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11 different things you can do this week in Liverpool

22/08/2022

August Bank Holiday weekend is fast approaching and the last of the summer rays are shining down on Liverpool. There’s lots to get up to in and around the city with family fun, delicious al fresco dining, live music and more.

Here are 12 ideas for your week in Liverpool.

Celebrate the Fab Four with International BeatleWeek

What

Some of the world’s best Beatles covers and artists perform across the city in celebration of Liverpool’s most famous sons.

Where

Taking place at venues including the Philharmonic Hall, Alma De Cuba and the Cavern.

When 

Wednesday 24-Wednesday 31 August 2022

Find out more here.


Hunt for famous Liverpool spirits with Shiverpool

Picture – Shiverpool

What

Immerse yourself into Liverpool’s past with one of the most fascinating and spine-tingling tours you’ll ever do.

Where

Various locations with the Hope Street Shivers and Auld Dead House tours happening this week.

When

Tours run this week Thursday – Saturday

Book your tour here.


Meet a dinosaur at Knowsley Safari

What

Teach Rex is roaring his way through the Foot Safari with special 30-minute shows each day teaching kids about the most mesmerising creatures to ever roam the earth.

When

Daily from Monday 22- Friday 26 August 2022.

Find out more here.


 

Watch a thriller under the stars at the Capstone Theatre

What

Digital technologies will bring to life this new production from Liverpool Hope University’s Professor Stephen Davismoon. You’ll be immersed into the mystery and feel part of the action as the story unfolds.

When

A Most Wanted Man will be performed across three nights at the Capstone Theatre (the location has been updated since the release of the official artwork), Liverpool from 23rd/24th/25th August 2022.

Find out more here.


Head to the Great British Seaside on the Royal Albert Dock

Royal Albert Dock - The Great British Seaside

Revolucion De Cuba Churros

What

Beach huts, Punch & Judy performances, face painting and even the world’s smallest picture house are all part of the Albert Dock’s summer holiday offering. You’ll find huge deck chairs and caricature painting as well as great food, drink and entertainment for all the family.

When

Everyday until 2 September

Find out more here.


Tickle your taste buds at Duke Street Market

Duke Street Market

What

From slow cooked beef brisket burritos from Big Lola’s, delicious steak sandwiches from Bone n’ Block, ravioli lobster from Cucina Di Vincenzos or sweet potato katsu from Ginger – there really is a dish for everyone at Duke Street Market. There are 9 food vendors, a bar, films for the kids and of course Scouse Brasserie, Barnacle upstairs.

When

Open Tuesday-Sunday 12pm until late and open for brunch Saturday and Sunday from 10am


Take on the Karaoke Quiz at Phase One on Seel Street

What

Mixing up two pub classics in one, Phase One brings a night of music trivia to Seel Street with a huge cash prize. One designated singer from each team will even receive a shot of Dutch courage.

When

Thursday 26 August, 8-10pm.


Dance the bank holiday away at Jamaica Street Carnival in the Baltic

What

Some of the Baltic Triangle’s best loved venues are coming together to host a weekend-long party which will celebrate the best of the area and music genres like reggae, UK house and dancehall.

When

Sunday 28 August, 1-10.30pm

Where

Various venues including Camp and Furnace and District


Go bright with Wirral Pride

What

New Brighton will play host to Wirral Pride this weekend all brought to you by LCR Pride Foundation. The theme is ‘Come Together’ and there’ll be more news on the LCR Pride Foundation’s platforms later this week.

When

Saturday 27 August

Find out more here.


 

Join the city for a day of remembrance

What

Liverpool will host a series of events for International Slavery Remembrance Week this week including the Walk of Remembrance which starts at midday from Williamson Square on Tuesday 23 August. There will be inspirational talks from the likes of Bonnie Greer and of course the city’s permanent exhibition at the International Slavery Museum will be open all week.

Get more info here.


Bite into one of Liverpool’s BIGGEST burgers at What’s Cooking

What

Boasting a bountiful menu of handcrafted burgers, all made from scratch in sesame seeded buns, What’s Cooking offers a choice of 10 different burgers, including the Scooby Snack featuring a triple patty and triple bacon, the Veggie Billy Boy for those who fancy a meatless meal and The Yankee Burger with a slice of pineapple for a tropical taste.

Enjoy a luxury burger in an equally luxurious setting at Titanic Hotel Liverpool. With five new burgers on the menu for this week only at Stanley’s Bar and Grill, including a succulent Chicken Satay Sizzler, The Blue Cheese Rude Boy and Big Boy BBQ Pulled Pork, these show-stopping burgers are the ideal way to celebrate National Burger Day while overlooking the historic Stanley Dock.

When

Thursday 25 August

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