We hope you’ve fully recovered from an incredible weekend at The Rando Health Grand National 2018 because there’s a jam-packed week of events ahead in and around the city. What’s on in Liverpool this week you ask….well, if you’re up for a laugh we’re celebrating 10 years of comedy with Laughterhouse Comedy, preparing to bounce around at Adventure Dock, we’re spinning plates at District with Mad Pride and trying to work out what happened to Sandy & Danny after graduation as ‘Murder’ is the word at The Richmond Hotel, plus loads more.
We’re heading to Duke Street to spend our Grand National winnings on a tasty breakfast at Lock & Key. How fab does the Eggs Royale look? A perfect way to start any week. Menus here.
West End Hit musical, Hairspray opens at The Empire tonight for five nights of 50’s fun and this time Tracy Turnblad is played by a Scouse actress! Get your tickets here.
Monday Movie night returns to The Jacaranda on Slater Street tonight and if you’re up for a belting film with free popcorn, get your tickets for High Fidelity here.
Chef Marco Pierre White is hosting a charity dinner party at Wheeler’s of St James’ for Claire House on Tuesday evening and you’re invited! Click here to find out more.
You can take to the mic and show Liverpool what you’ve got at Masonic Bar, Hope St or recline in a comfy sofa and listen to The Joanna’s perform live from 8:30pm. More info here.
Have you seen A Clockwork Orange at the Everyman Theatre yet? Why not? Play 2 of 4 during the company season, you can’t miss this epic performance in a really intimate setting. Tickets and more info here.
Fancy painting a masterpiece with a glass of fizz in your hand? Head to The Club House L1 and join Pop Up Painting for a night out with a difference. Find out more here.
As if we didn’t love chicken hustler, Yard & Coop enough, they’re now giving away free wings with every main meal ordered on Wing Wednesday! Menus and more here.
Ready for something different? Be immersed into the Enchanted Forest at Invisible Wind Factory whilst busting moves to Liverpool’s best Tech/House/Disco DJ’s at The Enchanted Warehouse Launch Party. Info and tickets here.
SoulJam returns to Constellations for a big old night of Funk, Soul and Disco, tickets are just £5 and it’s the second to last event of the year so don’t miss it! Tickets here.
Chances are you’ll know Stephanie from her hilarious Facebook rants about ‘Ian’ and goings on in Hartlepool, and now you can see her live and uncensored in Liverpool. Tickets here.
How about taking a little trip to the Seyschelles this Thursday night at Aloha, Colquitt Street? The Takamaka Takeover kicks off from 6:30pm, expect cocktails galore! Info here.
A celebration of the Artic Monkeys second album ‘Favourite Worst Nightmare’, Shit Indie Disco is playing every track in full all night long. Tickets and more info here.
There’s only 80 tickets going for this pop-up charity techno rave at Kolbox, Tempest Building on Friday night. Be part of something special. Click here to find out more.
This is truly brilliant! Laser scanning tech captured the Kaz back before it’s demolition in 2016 and now you can see it on the site of the new gallery space in an epic time warp exhibition. More details here.
Get your teams together and head to ya nan’s at Camp & Furnace to test of your musical and general knowledge with bonus rounds and shit prizes galore! Hello love! Tickets here.
Er has anyone actually seen Sandy or Danny since graduation? Head to The Richmond on Friday night for a brand new take on a classic murder mystery. Tickets and info here.
There’s a big old extravaganza planned for the opening night of Liverpool’s newest gay bar, OMG on Victoria St this Friday. We’ve got a feeling this is going to be awesome. Details here.
Mad Pride is back! There’s a jam packed programme of live music, entertainment from clowns, burlesque performers, cabaret, clowns and more down at District from 3pm. Info here.
Celebrate National Reord Store Day on Smithdown at Defend Vinyl and have a flick through what’s on offer along with a healthy 20% discount too! Let it Spin! Details here.
Huge news! Liverpool gets its own kind of Camden Market this week as Red Brick Hangar launches at Cains Brewery Village. Stalls to mooch and cool stuff to buy. Details here.
There are 10 incredible comedy acts taking to the Philharmonic stage on Saturday night as Laughterhouse Comedy celebrates its 10th birthday. Check out the line up here.
There’s a big fight night at the Echo Arena on Saturday as Amir Khan takes on Phil Lo Greco with an impressive undercard line up too. Check it out and book your tickets here.
Continuing the love of decks from Record Store Day, you can get your vinyl fix at the awesome Lark Lane Record Fair from 9am at the old Police Station. More info here.
This is your last chance to grab some seriously cool artwork as Screendelica holds its last ‘Pay What You Want’ sale at Constellations on Sunday from 12pm. Details here.
How about spending your Sunday evening stretched out listening to an epic album in full without the noise or distraction of your phone?! Leaf on Bold St has you covered. Details here.
Did you know you can try out Virtual Reality games at VR Here, Paul Street for free on Sundays? Travel to distant lands and kick ass while you’re at it! More info here.
Little Adventurers Club Presents classic 80’s film, Who Framed Roger Rabbit at Buyers Club on Sunday from 12:30pm. It’s just £5 on the door and your little ones can make posters, trailers, props and more. Details and ticket reservations here.
It’s just a matter of weeks before Adventure Dock opens for splashy, bouncy, summer fun at Albert Dock! Made up of over 50 joined-up inflatable obstacles, including the Tire Run, Ninja Jump and Dragon Tail, Adventure Dock is set to be the must-visit attraction in Liverpool this summer! Click here to book your tickets and be the first to take a splash.
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