How is it November already? Well, we’re ready and raring to get into the Christmas spirit with festive events with something for everyone. Grotto’s throw open their doors, theatre shows roll into town and there’s lots of live music and club nights heading our way too. With River of Light returning – we’ve got a spectacular fireworks show and illuminated art works to snap first.
If we know one thing for sure about November in Liverpool – it’s that you’re going to take a whole load of photos! Light it up Liverpool!
River of Light returns bigger and brighter this November. The spectacular Titanium curated show takes place on the River Mersey on Sunday 3rd November at 6:30pm. Brand new for this year, Liverpool city centre will be illuminated 10 art works from 1st November. Free to see and snap, the art works will form a trail for 9 nights. More info and your full fireworks event guide here.
Kick start your November in Liverpool with a good old fashioned pub quiz. Frederik’s on Hope Street is hosting Blood, Sweat and Beerz from 7pm on Thursday 7th November – with live music and a proper good laugh. More info here.
It’s going to go off! Glasgow’s Gerry Cinnamon plays one night in Liverpool at the M&S Bank Arena on 7th November. With The Coral as support, the atmosphere inside the arena is going to be electric. Some tickets remaining here.
If you do one thing this November in Liverpool, make it a trip to Tate Liverpool to see Keith Haring (1958-1990). The UK first exhibition of the artist and activist’s incredible work closes on 10th November, so be quick! Info here.
The fabulous bottomless brunch at NYL Restaurant & Cocktail Bar has been relaunched – just in time for winter! For £35pp you can enjoy unlimited prosecco, G&T’s or bottles of Corona, plus a tasty hot dish, unlimited cold buffet and live music for 90 minutes! Find out more here.
Christmas Spiegeltent opens its tented doors from 28th November at Cain’s Brewery Village. Liverpool’s debut Drag Pageant brings you talent, diversity, creativity and confidence in glorious abundance, all under one roof. Expect a fierce drag showdown of Queens, Kings, Club Kids, Exhibitionists and Super-Monsters. Find out more and book here.
The Constellations art project continues this November in and around Liverpool. Following the successful debut in West Kirby, Wirral, the other four boroughs launch their free to attend, light show on dates throughout November. Find out more here.
Traditional Christmas celebrations get under way this November in Liverpool, including the welcome return of the Christmas Market at St George’s Hall. From 15th November you can browse stalls, bars and lots of yummy food vendors alongside fair ground rides until 23rd December. More info here.
The only thing that could possibly make Daft Punk anthems sound even better – is hearing them performed by a live orchestra! Audiences are in for a treat as trippy visuals mix with a live orchestra, on Saturday 9th November. ONE MORE TIME! Tickets here.
There’s a truly wonderful concert for families and film and music lovers of all ages taking place at St George’s Hall this November. Music from the Movies features iconic tracks from films such as Star Wars, Jurassic Park, Schindler’s List’ and ET plus Mission: Impossible’ Raging Bull, Skyfall and The Godfather. Get your tickets here.
On Friday 15th November, Christmas officially arrives at Liverpool ONE and along with it comes ONE Big Party. From 4pm, visitors can enjoy a host of live entertainment and of course the tree will be back! More info to come soon.
Have you seen the line up for this year’s Radio City Hits Live at the M&S Bank Arena? James Arthur, John Newman, Jax Jones, Sigala, Freya Ridings, HVRY, Becky Hill, Raye and Joel Corry all in one gig? Get your tickets for this 15th November concert, here.
The Liverpool Independent Wine Festival launches at the Baltic Warehouse on 9th and 10th November 2019. Bringing natural and vegan wines from around the world all under one roof. Throughout the weekend, festival-goers will be able to enjoy a vast range of wines plus live music from the fantastic Alan Cross, Speakeasy Bootleg Band and live DJ’s in the evening. More here.
Located at Thomas Steers Way, in the heart of the bustling Liverpool ONE complex, Bill’s is the perfect place to dine before of after a shopping spree or cinema trip. Just a short walk from the city’s business district, the Bill’s evening menu is bursting with flavour with something for everyone. Menus and more here.
Christmas is set to be truly magical at Knowsley Safari this year with a bigger and brighter Enchanted adventure taking place on selected dates from 4.30pm , 23rd November until 23rd December and tickets are now available to pre-book. We LOVED this experience last year, watch the video above and book your tickets here.
100% not for the kids! The Scouse Snow White opens at Liverpool’s Royal Court Theatre on 22nd November. Be the first to see this hilarious take on a classic – where 6/7 dwarfs aren’t happy and they think Snow is a bit of high hoe! Get your tickets here.
The Freshers aint freshers anymore and Hanger 34 is hosting an end of year rave to make sure you all go home with a mega hangover. Dig out your double denim and go back to the 90’s on 14th November with thousands of glowsticks, trippy visuals and all the anthems. More info here.
Invisible Wind Factory plays host of Chibuku and globally renowned DJ, Annie Mac on Saturday 16th November. This will most definitely sell out! Get your tickets here.
Vice City brings Freddie and the gang back to life (not literally) for a night of Queen anthems at 24 Kitchen Street. Taking place on 28th November, this is a Thursday night out you’re guaranteed to lose your voice with an en mass sing along. Tickets here.
Liverpool ONE will be kick starting the festive celebrations on 15th November with ONE Big Party from 4pm. Brand new for this year, The Polar Express Train will be transporting families around Chavasse Park with more magical surprises being released soon.
Grand Central throws open its doors for another musical extravaganza on Saturday 16th November. This time its a tribute to the Temptations that will have you toe tapping and up on the dance floor. Expect all the Motown hits and a great night out. Tickets and more info here.
Queen of the Night brings the music and the legacy of Whitney Houston to the Liverpool Empire on Sunday 17th November from 7pm. Powerhouse ballads, feel good pop and one hell of a performance awaits. Tickets here.
History will be made at Anfield on Sunday 17th November. The FA Womens Super League will pit Liverpool against Everton in an all female derby on this hallowed turf for the first time ever. Tickets are just £5 with three kids free on every adult ticket. Find out more here.
The Open Culture Winter Arts Market returns to Liverpool Cathedral on Saturday 7 December, offering shoppers the chance to buy thousands of handmade artworks, crafts and design gifts in the lead up to Christmas. Christmas shopping, all wrapped up! Info here.
There’s a whole load of festive fun on offer at Otterspool Adventure this Christmas. For one ticket price kids and adults can visit Santa in his Grotto and receive a gift, visit his ‘Make a Bear’ workshop, watch Lee Kelly Panto Cinderella, plus take a pic on the ice throne, have breakfast with santa and enjoy unlimited play on all the attractions including the Christmas ice rink. Tickets here.
The Award Winning Brendan O’Carroll and Mrs. Brown’s Boys invite you to a brand new, hilarious show. Mrs. Brown’s Boys D’Musical? is coming to the M&S Bank Arena from 29th November – 1st December 2019. Agnes is in a bit of debt and finds an ingenious way to solve the problem! Tickets and more info here.
There’s a big band heading for Camp & Furnace on Friday 22nd November as Swingers Club brings all the best cover tracks to the Baltic for one night only. Prepare to relive the glory days of The Rat Pack, Fitzgerald and Glenn Miller and some jazzy renditions of a few classics too. Tickets here.
The highly anticipated Everyman Theatre Rock N Roll Panto returns from 23rd November. This year, classic tale, Sleeping Beauty gets the full rock n roll treatment. Expect a fantastic performance with comedy, original music and amazing costumes that will thrill the whole family. Tickets and more info here.
Emily Tinne was a shopaholic. This wealthy Liverpool woman had a frugal start in life and once settled into life as a doctors wife in Aigburth in 1910, she discovered a love for the Liverpool department stores. See 70 items of her extensive 700 piece wardrobe and find out how the high street fed her habit for more than 30 years at the Walker Art Gallery. More here.
Our very own Pete Price goes back to his roots as compere extraordinaire at the Royal Court on 20th November. Take your seats and prepare to be regaled in a way only a man with more than 40 years in the business can! Comedians, singers and a hilarious natter with the man himself! Tickets and more here.
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