This week in Liverpool might feel like an up hill struggle but with 7 days filled with delicious dining, quiz nights and live music, you can ease back into January socialising like a boss. It’s a big week for music as The Cher Songbook or The Spice Girls story comes to the Empire and the worlds best international Netball squads head to the M&S Bank Arena. Here comes the girls!
For those taking on Veganuary, or vegans looking for a tasty dining deal, get to BrewDog, Colquitt street and chow down on 241 vegan goodness. Menus here.
Fancy doing something new, like to doodle? Get down to Jacaranda Phase One 6pm and meet some new people at the Drink & Draw first meet up of the year. Details here. Pencils n paper thrown in!
Reeling from the Luther finale last week? Grab your tickets for ‘Why Do Serial Killers Kill’? A live, in-depth session with Dr David Holmes who will be delving into what makes a killer tick, from 7pm om Monday night at Modo, Concert Sq. Tickets here.
Fancy shaking your hips into the New Year with Salsa Liverpool? Get to Hilton Hotel Liverpool from 8pm on Monday night for salsa lessons followed by partying til late. Info here.
Into football and music? Don’t miss your chance to see the Bands FC exhibition at the British Music Experience at Cunard from 7th – 13th January. With more than 47k Twitter followers, this is going to be popular. Tickets here.
It’s your last chance to see this hilarious take on a classic Dickens tale at the Liverpool Playhouse Theatre. It’s nuts, the costumes are boss and 8 actors play more than 40 characters! Check it out here.
Fancy a little dining deal before heading to the cinema, theatre or shops this week? You can tuck into two small plates for just £10 (Monday to Friday 12pm-4pm) and cocktails are 2 for £10 too (Sunday to Thursday). More offers and menus here.
Calling all movie buffs! The Golden Globes has set the precedent for 2019, but how much do you really know about film? Head to FACT on the Wednesday to show off and smash the quiz from 7:45pm. Info here.
There’s nothing we don’t love about this hugely popular activity. Baltic Social hosts The Paint Republic on Wednesday where during the session you’re invited to paint, drink and party! Tickets and info here.
If you’re a bit skint it doesn’t mean you can’t dine out this month. Wednesdays are all about chicken at American BBQ joint, Red Dog Saloon on Bold St. £14.95 unlimited southern fried chicken, fixin’s and ice tea! More here.
Ready to go again? New Year a distant memory? The party is at Fluorescent Adolescent and Shania’s Shakedown as these two club nights merge to bring nothing but good vibes to G Bar Thursdays! Click here for more info.
Can you believe it’s been 2 years since the Starman, the icon that is David Bowie passed. Grand Central Food Bazaar invites you to relive all your favourite hits, with amazing street food, all under one roof. Tickets are free, register here.
Former Maguires Pizza, Renshaw streets Outpost is dedicating Thursday night to homemade vegan pasta so if you’re a plant and animal lover, head down from 7pm for a full on feast. Menus and booking here.
Big Condo Records presents Refreshment at HUS on Friday night. Billed as the North Wests best mixed genre showcase you can see the likes of Tiffany Riddell, Kay Frances, Seas of Neptuns, Michael Dumbell, Demi Harkness and loads more perform live. Tickets and full line up here.
Kick off the new year with new music! Jacaranda Phase One is hosting the debut album launch party for Red Rum Club. ‘Matador’ will be played live and in full from 7pm on Friday night. Tickets are £10. More info here.
The one and only Cher has her greatest hits performed live at the Liverpool Empire for one night only on Friday. Believe – The Cher Song Book will make you want to turn back time to relive it all over again. Tickets here.
NYL Restaurant & Bar is giving customers 50% off the Main Menu in the month of January. The offer includes the delectable 16oz Chateaubriand and naughty Chocolate Brownie Sundae and is available from 12pm on week days. Fab little date idea. More info and menus here.
Dockside dining just got even better as Gusto offers 50% from Sunday – Thursday throughout January. Pick from best sellers including honey glazed duck and balsamic, pan roasted lamb, prime fillet steak, or lemon and pepper seared tuna steak, all with 50% off. Check out the a la carte menu and book your table here.
The Late Wake Club celebrates the life and music of the great David Bowie on Saturday night at Camp & Furnace. Expect all the greatest hits plus influencers and a smashing spread. Tickets here.
Stop right now and get your tickets to see this brilliant tribute to the biggest and best girl group ever! Wannabe – The Spice Girls Story celebrates girl power to the max. Tickets here.
Get the girls together for a New Year afternoon tea with entertainment and 50s swing at The Bentley on Saturday from 2pm. Tickets are just £19.95 per person. Get yours here.
We were drooling on our phones thanks to this Instagram post from quality scouse meat purveyors, You’ve Pulled. Their takeover at Castle Street’s Rox Bar and Sanctuary Tap is now on every Sunday and so we’re never cooking our own roast ever again. More info here.
Four of the world’s best international netball teams compete in Liverpool on Sunday as the Netball International Quad Series kicks off. If you’re into courtside action, you wont want to miss this. Commonwealth champions the Vitality Roses take on New Zealand while South Africa battle the Aussies at the M&S Bank Arena. Tickets here.
You can catch Russell Kane at the Hot Water comedy club this weekend as he warms up for his brand new tour. The multi-award winning comedian will be bringing his A game to the scouse crowds from Sunday night. Tickets here.
If you’re gearing up to watch the International Netball Quad Series at the M&S Bank Arena this week, why not treat yourself to tickets for the Netball World Cup 2019 coming to the city this July. Tickets are selling fast as the world’s best teams make Merseyside their home from 12th-21st July 2019. Find out more and get your tickets here.
It’s not all doom and gloom being back at school in January. Treat the kids to a bit of competitive fun at the weekend at Liverpool NERF centre. No booking required between 12pm – 3pm on Saturdays and Sundays. Info here.
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