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What’s on in Liverpool this week? We’ve got brand new places to eat, more events and festivals to enjoy, a film night dedicated to cats, a very special teddy bears picnic and more soul that you can shake a stiletto at! There’s FIFA World Cup and Liverpool International Tennis action, pop princess Katy Perry and DJ Trevor Nelson are back and there’s just so much cheese at Hinterlands!
We’re starting our week with a brand new lunch spot. Baby E Coffee & Deli just opened at The Tempest, Dale Street and serves up some serious locally sourced delicious dishes. Check out the menu and grab a coffee here.
Shake up your work out with drop-in Pop Pilates at HUS, Tithebarn Street. This week the bendy soundtrack comes courtesy of Pop Royalty as Britney takes on Christina! More info here.
England kick off their FIFA World Cup 2018 campaign against Tunisia on Monday night at 7pm and what better time to check out Concert Squares latest addition, Einstein Bier Haus to watch all the action. Details here.
Click here to vote in The Mersey Cup as we pitch local areas against each other until the final. Speke or Southport, West Derby or West Kirby, you decide.
The Big I Am continues it’s wartime story at The Everyman Theatre this Tuesday from 7:30. Teeming with characters, bursting with comedy and pulsing with live music, this is more than theatre. Tickets here.
The summer may have deserted us for a few days but Love Thy Neighbour, Bold Street continues the good vibes with plenty of gin, look at that! Summer in a glass. Menus and offers here.
The atmosphere is always jumping at Salt Dog Slim’s, yep, even on a Tuesday night and with kick ass hot dogs, great tunes and plenty of new cocktails to sample, who needs the weekend? More info here.
Wednesday is our chance to pre cleanse before the weekend as the breakfast fruit bowls at Our Kitche, Bold Street, will make up for all the gin and hot dogs, we’re positive. What will you put in yours? Menus here.
There’s loads of singalong family fun still to be had as Shrek The Musical continues its run at the Liverpool Empire. Turning the traditional fairy tale on it’s head with laugh out loud comedy. Tickets here.
Alright bus w*nkers! The very best of The Inbewteeners is on at 81 Renshaw Street this week as Liverpool Noise and Yeah Buddy! stages another brilliant cult tv night. Tickets are just £5. Get yours here.
Returning for it’s 17th edition, the Williams BMW Liverpool International Tennis Tournament kicks off four days of centre court action on Thursday. Get yourself down to Liverpool Cricket Club and see new talent alongside Wimbledon legends. Tickets here.
Whether you’re heading to the tennis or just fancy an indulgent afternoon tea, head to Three Piggies, Allerton Road and tuck into freshly baked scones, clotted cream and strawberries for a little taste of summer. Menus here.
Post work pizza and bevs comes with an additional dose of vitamin D this summer as Crazy Pedro’s opens it sun terrace. Order a ‘Doner Summer’ grab a round of beers and continue your party until the sun comes up. Info here.
Katy Perry is back in Liverpool this week as her ‘Witness Tour’ comes to the Echo Arena for one night only. Having hosted the MTV awards at the Echo Arena back in 2008, Katy is no stranger to the city. We’re hoping she feels totally at home and rocks up with her rollers in having had a spray tan before the show! Some tickets available here.
We all know that Disney is now for adults and not kids so grab your free popcorn, blanket and drinks and snuggle down to hold aloft your favourite kitty as The Lion King kicks off film night from 8:15pm. Book here.
Tuck into all the food groups at Death Row Diner this Friday and start your weekend with a feast fit for a king. Flat Iron steak, king prawns and corn, chuck in a beer or two and you win at Fridays. Menus and booking here.
Liverpool Calling returns to the city after a year long break and brings with it a huge line up of up and coming talent, including headliners Pulled Apart by Horses. Expect to see some of the UK’s most exciting up and coming indie rock and roll bands across two jam-packed days of gigs. Tickets here.
The one and only DJ Trevor Nelson returns to the city with Soul Nation at Camp & Furnace on Friday night and it’s already a sell out. If you’re into the biggest old school hip hop and rnb anthems, get on the waiting list here.
Or hang fire and see the man himself at LIMF 2018 on Saturday 21st July joining the likes of Example, Wiley, Stefflon Don and many more. Tickets are just £5 if you book in advance and you can get yours here www.limfestival.com
If you’re yet to make plans this weekend, stop and get tickets for the Liverpool Soul Weekender. Featuring an absolutely superb line up of local and national acts, all dayers, multiple venues and top notch food and drink, why not make a weekend of it? Tickets and line up here.
Hinterlands at Cain’s Brewery Village will come alive to the sights and delicious smells of cheese this weekend as the Independent Liverpool Cheese Fest gets underway. We’re told it’s a sell out so maybe just go hang around for free smells? Info here.
Liverpool’s own Paul Smith kicks off a series of gigs at the Echo Arena Auditorium on Saturday. The stand-up has had the city in stitches at Hot Water Comedy Club and we can’t wait to see what lies in store on his ‘Hiya Mate’ Tour. Tickets and info here.
The Workshop, Waterloo is taking your Saturday night back to the 80’s with a killer soundtrack that will have you up on the dance floor, twirling your beads and throwing electro pop shapes around your neon clutch bag. All the info here.
Complete with pop up beach, Tainted Love: Club Tropicana Day Party kicks off at Camp & Furnace from 3pm on Saturday with fun and sunshine and all your favourite 80’s bangers. Tickets and info here.
When it comes to a Sunday Roast, we like a decent sized plate loaded with freshly baked Yorkshire puddings, tender meat and seasonal veg, covered with a light gravy. And East Avenue Bakehouse have perfected just that! One course from £10.95. Menus and booking here.
Sunday nights out are decadent and chilled at Lock & Key, Duke Street. Grab yourself a comfy seat, a signature cocktail and relax to the sounds of Duke Street Jazz from 7-9pm on Sundays. Nice! Menus and more here.
If you go down to the Palm House on Sunday, you’re in for a big surprise! Get your picnic blanket ready and your favourite teddy for an afternoon of family fun with prizes, fancy dress and more. Free entry. All the info here.
Liverpool International Music Festival 2018 is just weeks away and advance tickets are only £5. The awesome line up for this years two day extravaganza in the park includes Example and DJ Wire, Wylie, Trevor Nelson, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Jax Jones, Stefflon Don and so many more. Find out more and get your tickets here.
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