MerseyGuide: What’s on in Liverpool this week 15th-21st January 2018
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Beat the January blues and treat yourself to a little lunch, night out or family time.
MerseyGuide is back and we’re lining up some mid-January treats for all the family. From a night at the movies, theatre or comedy club to a quiet pint, coffee or full on 90’s rave and disco, we’ve got all the what’s on in Liverpool info you need to plan a little pick me up.
Monday 15th January
Pulp Fiction at The Jacaranda
Start your week off with free popcorn, tequila and one of the greatest films ever made as The Jacaranda continues its Monday night screenings with Pulp Fiction. It’s only £3 but you’ll defo need to book. Click here to get your spec.
A bit of Jacknife Jazz at EBGB’s
Monday nights at EBGB’s Seel Street is all about that Jazz, as the Andy Parker Quartet pitches up to mellow out your week. Free entry, awesome drinks and chill. Find out more here.
Tuesday 16th January
50% off at Gusto, Albert Dock
Dine in style at Albert Dock this January as Gusto offers a huge 50% off your total food bill. Click here to view the menu and book.
Jersey Boys at Liverpool Empire
Jersey Boys continues its run at the Liverpool Empire this week with evening and matinee performances. This tale of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons will have you dancing in your seat and singing in the aisles. We loved it! Get your tickets and find out more here.
Wednesday 17th January
Lunch at Lovelocks costs less
Lovelocks Coffee Shop, Old Haymarket are offering a lunch deal that you just can’t afford to miss. Grab yourself a freshly prepared soup and a sarnie for just £3 and chase away those winter blues. Menus and more here.
End of the Line Exhibition, Museum of Liverpool
Ever hear your Nan talking about the trams and what things were like living in Liverpool back in the day? Well now you can see it for yourself as Museum of Liverpool displays tonnes of brilliant photos and artefacts marking 60 years since the trams roamed the city. Click here for a preview.
Game Hard at Roxy Ball Room, College Lane
Mix up your Wednesday night down the pub with some friendly competition at Roxy Ball Room. Beer Pong, pool and table tennis come as standard with winner stays on tournaments and loser buys the keg and bar snack! Check out our boss competition where you could win a bar tab worth £400 here.
Thursday 18th January
Re-Freshers Open Mic Night, La’go
There’s free entry into this open mic night hosted by LIPA on Thursday evening from 6pm. Grab your guitar and belt out a track or even better, grab some drinks and cheer on your fave. All the info here.
Have a giggle on Lark Lane
Milo Lounge is hosting a comedy night on Thursday from 8pm, celebrating the unsung talent of musicians, singers, poets, comedians and more. Pitch up a bit earlier and tuck into some top class tapas. Menus and more here.
Friday 19th January
Get down at the Bob Marley Reggae Party , 24 Kitchen Street
24 Kitchen Street is gearing up to host another mega party and this time the theme is the king of Reggae, Bob Marley. Expect the biggest, baddest sounds, both old and new. Click here to find out more.
Space Dimension Controller at Hangar 34
Space Dimension Controller will be playing a 3 hour DJ set at Hangar 34 on Friday night and it’s going to go off! Expect a journey through a tripped out spectrum of sound and light. Warm up beats come courtesy of Abandon Silence’s Tom Lye and Down to Funk’s Flossy. Early bird tickets here.
Medication 90’s Launch at Arts Club
Are you ready for this? Medication is taking us back to the best of the 90’s with a full on rave. Grab you shell suits and throw some shapes to the banging trance and house tunes, it all kicks off from 11. Early bird tickets here.
Saturday 20th January
There’s a PUG Café at HUS
Calling all dog lovers, there’s a pop up Pug café coming to HUS on Saturday from 9am. You can take your curly-tailed pals to the cafe to meet some new puggy friends and tuck into some delicious doggy treats…and a coffee or some lunch. More info here.
The Recovery Rooms, Camp & Furnace
You’re invited to check out a night dedicated to tackling the stigma of mental health showcasing fashion, music, art and guest speakers brought together to raise awareness of Mental Health. All profits raised will be going to Mental Health Charities Mind and The Mark McQueen Foundation. Get your tickets here.
The Twang play the 02 Academy
This is the rescheduled Dec 22nd gig from The Twang as they play the o2 Academy with support from Jaws and Cut Glass Kings. Ten years on from their explosive debut album ‘ I Love It When I Feel Like This’, the band returns to the city as part of their UK tour. Some tickets available here.
Get cosy at Three Piggies, Allerton Road
The fire will be roaring and the pints a pouring at Three Piggies, Allerton Road this weekend. Stop in for lunch, grab a coffee with the dog after a nice walk in the park, or glam up and raise a toast to the weekend. It’s such a great all round place to chill. Check out the menu here.
Sunday 21st January
Say I Do at the Hay Loft
The stunning surroundings of Allerton Manor Gold Club plays host to its first wedding fayre of the new year this Sunday. If you’re looking to book your special day in the heart of the leafy suburbs, then make sure you check out The Hay Loft and Old Stables Restaurant this weekend. More details here.
Sunday Vibes at The Baltic Fleet
What better way to chill on a Sunday afternoon than at one of the city’s oldest and most authentic pubs, with a great bit of live music thrown in for good measure. Sunday Vibes at Baltic Fleet features the musical talent of Nat and goes down a treat with a pint of local ale or a gin. Find out more here.
Calling all Comic Book Nerds
There’s a treat in store for all comic book nerd and film buffs this weekend as the Liverpool comic and film fair returns to the Liner Hotel on Lord Nelson Street. The fun starts at 11am and it’s just £1 to get in for a mooch! More details on what’s on offer here.
Sunday eats for everyone at Clockworks
Fancy something a bit different for lunch or dinner this Sunday? We’re heading to Clockworks on Wolstenholme Square to tuck into the succulent Captain Carolina steak butty, scouse and loads of winter warmers and with an added 30% off food throughout Jan, it needn’t break the bank either! Menus and more here.
One for the Kids
Sound, Duke Street is holding it’s second kids disco this Saturday and it looks awesome. Bottom line is, kids love to party as much as their parents and you’re invited to join in busting some moves. No age limits, just a great atmosphere and an opportunity to chill as a family. How good is that? £5 entry, details here.
Daft Punk Special at The Attic
Liverpool is a city of Daft Punk fans if the hype surrounding the Daft Punk Special at The Attic, Parr Street is anything to go by! Get your tickets booked for this one off night on Friday 27th January and prepare to throw some serious shapes! Click here for all the details.