This week in Liverpool 9th-14th October 2018 - The Guide Liverpool

This week in Liverpool 9th-14th October 2018


All the what’s on info you need for this week in Liverpool.

We’ve got a crazy busy week ahead as the city recovers from its Giant Spectacular. There’s film nights at The Lodge, Liverpool Disco Festival returns. Live music comes in the shape of The Coral, new menus from Lock & Key and it’s all about Cocktails in the City at St George’s Hall on Friday. Get your dancing shoes on, here’s what’s on this week in Liverpool…..

Tuesday 9th October

The Etta James Story, Philharmonic Hall

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At last! You can see and hear the phenomenal talent that is Etta James in this spectacular showcase of her greatest hits, starring the sensational Vika Bull. Limited tickets remaining here. 

Mean Girls Screening, The Lodge at The Club House

The Lodge is back for Autumn and with it comes a series of amazing film nights. Grab a comfy chair, get your drinks in and settle down to watch cult film, Mean Girls on Tuesday night. Details here. 

LOST in Space, Invisible Wind Factory

You’re invited to don your best cosmic outfit for an out of this world night down at Invisible Wind Factory on Tuesday night as LOST UK returns with DJ’s Dan Fresco, Liam Ross and more. Tickets here. 

Wednesday 10th October

The Unbelievable Football Quiz, Camp & Furnace

Camp & Furnace has enlisted the help of football commentating LEGEND Chris (Kammy) Kamara to host it’s epic new quiz on Wednesday. Calling all Statto’s, this ones for you. Info here. 

40th Anniversary Screening: Halloween at FACT

If you can’t wait until Halloween to get stuck into the horror films, head to FACT on Wednesday night as iconic flick, Halloween gets a special screening. Jamie Lee Curtis plays a blinder. Details here.

Pizza at Lock & Key, Duke St

Available from 4pm til late, Lock & Key has just launched a brand new pizza menu, the perfect accompaniment to pre-drinks. Order a couple of G&T’s, grab a window seat and enjoy a fab atmosphere and a slice.

Thursday 11th October

Date Night with DJ Boring, 24 Kitchen Street

Fancy starting your weekend with an all nighter at Kitchen Street? Get Date Night on the go with DJ Boring from 10pm and make some stories for Monday. Tickets and info here. 

Back to Amy, British Music Experience

Photographer Charles Moriarty talks about his new book at the British Music Experience on Thursday night. Featuring more than 100 images of the late, great and wildly talented Amy Winehouse, he shares insights into her early career, family and more. Tickets here. 

Sam Avery, Learner Parent, Wigwam Coffee Shop

Before setting off on his highly anticipated ‘Learner Parent’ UK tour, Sam Avery is offering up a sneak preview of the show at the Wigwam Coffee Shop, Rose Lane from 7:30pm. Tickets are flying out, get yours here. 

Friday 12th October

Cocktails in the City, St George’s Hall

16 of your favourite city bars, all under one iconic roof, battling it out to win the ‘Best Cocktail’ award, tasty street food and your first drink is on the house. Get your Cocktails in the City tickets here and don’t miss this brilliant night.

The Coral, Through the Dawn Live, Liverpool Uni

The Coral are back performing their new album ‘Through the Dawn’ at Mountford Hall on Friday night. If you’ve missed out on tickets, head to The Merchant for their DJ set with special guests afterwards. Details here. 

Liverpool Sleep Out, St James in the City

Do something amazing this October and sign up to Sleep Out for the Whitechapel Centre. St James in the City will host tonnes of fundraisers sleeping out for the night to help end homelessness. Sign up or donate here. 

Specravers, Hangar 34

Pick up your free Diffraction glasses at Hangar 34 and prepare for a laser and light show like no other as Specravers comes to town. If you’re into house, techno, bass and garage, this ones for you. Tickets here. 

Saturday 13th October

The Chocolate Festival, Hinterlands

Hinterlands at the Baltic will be hosting a day long Chocolate Festival this Saturday and it’s family friendly too. Expect delectable treats, sing along live music and of course, plenty of choccie. Tickets here. 

Wes Anderson Party, Baltic Social

The Baltic Social is going ALL out with its Wes Anderson Party on Saturday. Think amazing fancy dress, themed stalls, music from all the best Wes movie soundtracks and loads more. Tickets here. 

Liverpool Disco Festival 5

Get ready to Dance in Outer Space this weekend as Liverpool Disco Festival 5 celebrates its 2nd birthday at Camp & Furnace. Evelyn Champagne King is performing live, the DJ line up is AMAZING and there’s some tickets left here!

Sunday 14th October

Big Fish Little Fish 3rd Birthday Family Rave, Constellations

The brilliant Big Fish Little Fish Family Rave is back at Constellations on Sunday from 2pm. Expect Dub Pistols Barry Ashworth will be DJ-ing with (grown-up) dance tunes for family raving together on a dancefloor with confetti cannons, bubbles, giant balloons and our awesome parachute dance finale. Tickets here. 

Mahalia Live, Leaf on Bold St

She smashed her central stage set at LIMF at Sefton Park this summer and having released her new single ‘I Wish I Missed My Ex’, Mahalia is performing live at Leaf on Bold St on Sunday night. Info here. 

Sunday Slay, Out Liverpool

Sunday Slay is on at OUT Liverpool from 4pm and ‘Mouth from the South’ Cosmic, fresh from This Morning, is in the house alongside more world class cabaret. Info here. 

Sunday Supper Club, 53 Liverpool

New kid on the Berry Street block, 53 Liverpool continues its Sunday Supper Club from 6pm. Enjoy three plates and unlimited drinks for £30 per person. Click here for sitting times and booking. 

One for the Kids

Alder Hey 10k and Family Fun Run

The Alder Hey 10k and Family Fun Run is back! Taking place at Croxteth Park from 10am, raising much needed funds for our phenomenal children’s hospital and on going research. Get the whole family involved and register here. 

Get Booking

Scouse of Horrors, St Johns Market

Get your Halloween fix nice and early this Autumn as Scouse of Horrors throws open its family friendly experience at St John’s Market from 5th – 31st October. Suitable for kids age 3-11, this pumpkin hunt trail is full of tricks and treats. More info and booking here. 

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