This week in Liverpool we’ve got something for everyone. Christmas drinks, 80’s parties, garland making, sing along with Santa, Dachshund socials, ugly jumper soirees and so much more. Here’s what’s on this week in Liverpool……
How’s this for a festive treat? Afternoon tea and garland making in one of the city’s most beautiful buildings! Sessions are at 10am and 1pm. Booking here.
The former Brookie, Shameless and CBB star, Tina Malone hosts her Monday night quiz at Ma Egerton’s from 8pm with a £50 cash prize on offer. Details here.
£3 on the door to see one of the best films ever made! Yes, The Jacaranda! We’ll be there with jingle bells on, and you should be too! More details here.
Look at that masterpiece! That is the December special from Crazy Pedro’s Part Time Pizza Parlour, Parr Street. (Try saying that after a mulled wine). Ped’s in Blankets is loaded with pigs in blankets, turkey crisps, cranberry ketchup, and Grinch mustard. Menus and more here.
Prepare to meet the ghosts of Christmas past, present and futuristic as Spymonkey’s A Christmas Carol turns this traditional story, completely on its head at Playhouse Liverpool. 40 characters are played by just 4 actors, with on stage transformations, mad costumes and adult humour. Suitable for over 12’s. Tickets here.
Tuesday is tasty tapas day at Cosy Club Liverpool and you can tuck into 3 delicious tapas with a glass of wine for just £13.95. Cocktails are 2 for £9.95 between 4pm and 8pm too. Find out more here.
Unsurprisingly Macca’s Echo Arena gig sold out AGES ago but you can still dedicate the day to your favourite Beatle as Peaky Blinders throws an all dayer dedicated to the man himself. More info here.
This is your mid-week Christmas kick and it’s a belter. The stunning Concert Rooms at St George’s Hall will come alive to the sound of traditional carols on Wednesday night and you’re invited to take a seat and enjoy. Tickets here.
Camp & Furnace is showing one of our fave films ever, Love Actually, like never before as ASBO Cinema experience invites you to misbehave at the movies! Some tix left here.
There’s a brilliant night of live music on offer at Grand Central Hall, Renshaw St. The one and only Bill Ryder Jones is joined by Liela Moss and Gintis in this brilliant venue. Info here.
If you’re a student, in Liverpool and you own a horrendous jumper, get yourself down to OMG on Thursday night to be in with a chance of winning £100. Details here.
If you’re into OMD, China Crisis, Echo and the Bunnymen, Black and Frankie Goes to Hollywood and general Scouse Pop, don’t miss your chance to hear author Paul Skillen talk about his new book at the British Music Experience. Tickets here.
BRAND NEW BAR ALERT! The Yellow Sub 60’s bar is the newest addition to the Brewery Village at the Baltic and it throws open its doors on Thursday from 5pm. More info here.
Such a great Christmas night out idea this! Beat It at Circo features an amazing line up of local DJ’s including Lee Butler and Ian Longo and the money raised goes to the British Heart Foundation. Winner. Info here.
Friday marks the beginning of the Elf Weekender at Pop World, Wood Street, so if you’re into cheesy pop, drinks deals and snogging under the mistletoe, this is the venue for you. Details here.
The usual Peacock Friday night BBQ gets a festive make over this week and the menu looks fit. Chicken and stuffing pizza, tater tots, sliders and plenty of hot gin to wash it down. Info here.
For our second trip to C&F this week, we’re going full festive throttle with Now That’s What I Call Christmas with a live performance from the LMA Choir. Expect mulled wine and cider, naughty and nice hot chocolate and wall to wall xmas bangers. Tickets here.
The first Bottomless Christmas Dinner at Baltic Social sold out in like seconds, so they’re throwing another one this Saturday! There’s prawn cocktail and pate starters, the ultimate festive turkey feast, as many pigs in blankets as you can possibly eat and an endless supply of prosecco and beer for your 2 hour sitting! Book here right now.
There’s a festive throw down going on at 24 Kitchen Street this weekend with support from Sonic Yootha DJ’s. Tickets start from £10 and are available here.
They’re breaking out the foil deccies and putting plenty of 80’s pop on the decks at The Workshop, Crosby as their 80’s party night returns. Tables are booking up quickly, get yours here.
If you missed last week’s Royal Albert Dock Markers Market, fear not, it’s back again on Sunday from 11 with lots of stalls to browse. Selling everything from food, drink, home wear and beautiful, unique gifts, this is a fab place to finish your Christmas shopping! Details here.
Get your hands on a limited edition football at Chavasse Park on Sunday as the One World Football Pop Up giveaway brings a 90 minute kick about to mark the centenary of WW2 through football. Simply keep the ball moving for 30 seconds and you can take one away. Kicks off at 12. More info here.
Hiiiii doggo! If you have a lil sausage dog of your own, or a pug of Frenchie, get down to Yard & Coop, Hanover Street on Sunday from 9am to treat them to a day dedicated to their little legs and puppy dog eyes. Details here.
Sundays are all about chill and what better way to get the Pre-Christmas party started than with an evening of swiiiing at Frederiks! The Jazzophonists will be performing live from 8pm, so grab a table, order a gin and get ready to toast the weekend. Info here.
Treat the kids to an after school or weekend sing song every Friday (4pm-6pm), Saturday and Sunday between 2pm and 4pm at Liverpool ONE as Santa and the beautiful Mrs Claus take to the piano at The Galleria (outside the ODEON). Download your songbook here.
Treat yourself and your family to a day of thrilling live entertainment at the Echo Arena as the Liverpool International Horse Show offers four days of fun this New Year. From Friday 28th – Monday 31st December, you can see the finest horses, riders and shopping stalls under one roof, with live music and more. There’s also VIP packages available. Find out more here.
Getting to the Christmas festivities is more affordable than you think with Merseyrail. Wherever you’re going this festive season, Merseyrail has got the ticket to get you there.
Travel together and get a family ticket for up to 5 for just £11, a return ticket from just £2.05, or make as many journeys as you like throughout the day with a Day Saver on the Merseyrail Network for just £5.20*only excluding peak hours 06.31 – 09.29 Monday – Friday.
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