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We’re holding on for more gorgeous sun in a week or so, but in the meantime there’s still plenty of things to do around Liverpool, you just won’t get a nice little tan while you’re doing them.
If you’re out and braving the showers this weekend, here are 15 things you might like to do …
Tickets for the evening performances got snapped up, so well done if you got some but if not there’s still plenty to do at this outdoor cultural event, on until Saturday night. Put on by Imagineer productions, with Culture Liverpool, it’s all focused around a huge broken bridge on Millennium Green (the Rezzy), with free activities, music and dance happening all day from 10-5pm.
If you think you know everything there is to know about Liverpool, then now’s your chance to find out if you’re brainy or just blagging. Play the BIG Summer Guide Liverpool Quiz on Friday night, via the app, and you could win a £500 cash prize plus you’ll be helping to raise money for The Florrie’s summer holiday projects.
If you’re into your fitness then this one’s definitely for you – on Saturday and Sunday at the Exhibition Centre they’ve got Fit XPo which is a show and event covering everything from the latest trends to the best traders, fitness enthusiasts and leading experts in the world of fitness and wellness. There’s a chance to meet top bodybuilders, athletes and fitness influencers too.
Don’t be stressing about red lists and amber lists, just get to the Costa Del Scouse at Camp and Furnace for a holiday that comes to you. Pete Price will be the best ever holiday rep overseeing a fabulous night including live beach band, the Red Lion pop-up pub, a cocktail cart, beach ball blowout, chippy chips and karaoke.
If you’re a fan of bottomless brunch and looking for somewhere different, then head over to GPO in Metquarter because theirs is a beauty. It’s on every Saturday and you’ll get to try out their 12 independent kitchens with some of the region’s top food and drink traders. It’s on from 10am to 3pm and you can either book through the website or walk in.
The South East Asian dishes at Mamasan in Liverpool ONE are amazing, the green curry with monkfish tail and tiger prawns has got to be tried, and the cocktails are pretty special too. There’s a whole menu to choose from but maybe give a chance to the salted watermelon mojito or the raspberry and rose margarita – up on the roof terrace if it’s nice.
Get your dancing shoes all ready because Classics Fest is guaranteed to have you up for hours with back to back club classics and funky house from 5pm to 11pm. It’s on at its new home at Box Yard on Great Howard Street, and you can expect sets from DJs Anton Powers, Lee Butler, Ian Longo, Danny Fisher & Carlton Hudson plus Ella Clark.
It’s hard to pick a favourite animal at Knowsley Safari, that’s almost as bad as picking your favourite child, but we do have a soft spot for the sea lions. Their displays are always popular with families and now they’re back with resident California sea lions Arthur, Roger and Louis. On at 12pm, 1.30pm, 3pm and 4.30pm on Saturdays and Sundays.
The Long Shot is one of the new bars at the Albert Dock and if you love sport and cocktails this one’s got your name all over it. There are big screens showing sport and they’re fans of Happy Hours so you can get 2 for £12 cocktails and £3 pints from 5-7pm even on Friday and Saturday.
We all know Liverpool’s full of people with incredible stories to tell but we don’t always get to hear them. Love, Liverpool, which was inspired by the Everyman and Playhouse’s award-winning project Love, Liverpool: An A-Z of Hope, sees a cast of five actors bring to life everyday stories which take you on a journey through a day in the life of our city.
It’s one of the biggest celebrations of trainers in the whole world, so if you love them then this is massive – Laces Out festival is back on Saturday at Camp and Furnace. There’ll be thousands of traders and fans coming together to buy, sell, trade or just show off rare ones. On from 1pm-5pm, get ready to join queues round the block.
When it’s a bit wet outside some comfort food is absolutely in order and Mowgli’s chat bombs hit the spot. They’re a must-order, gorgeous little crispy balls packed with chickpeas, spiced yoghurt, tamarind and coriander. They’ll go down a treat in no time, so might as well throw in a few slices of Himalayan cheese on toast too for next level feelgood.
It’s FestEvol Part 1 at Invisible Wind Factory this Saturday, with a fantastic line-up of live artists and DJs from 1pm to 1am. As well as Tea Street Band there’s loads including Kelly Lee Owens, Working Men’s Club and Stealing Sheep, Honey Motel and Oranj Son with DJs Jade Li, Bear Growls, Katie Owen, MrPaul and Liquidation Soundsystem.
Save on cooking this Sunday and treat yourself to a Sunday roast at 21st Amendment on Church Road by Penny Lane. It’s only been open since the start of this year but it’s already a big favourite and the roasts – with huge Yorkies and garlic and rosemary roasties – are gorgeous. They’re served until 9pm or until they’re gone, and there’s live music on.
If you’re down at the Albert Dock and looking for something interesting and indoorsy to do, head to the Maritime Museum and find out more about Cunard’s most famous ship, its links to Liverpool and its tragic part in the city’s maritime history. The museum has a fascinating collection of objects and archives connected to the liner which sank in 1915.
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