What’s on in Liverpool this week? What isn’t on! Live music, brand new theatre, tasty summer cocktails, more than 30 tall ships sailing up the Mersey, lashings of Bordeaux’s finest export, Liverpool ONE celebrates it’s 10th anniversary, Kelis plays Bongo’s Bingo, there’s a water fight at the Baltic and oh…..a footy match on Saturday too!
To say we’re a bit exited about this production is a huge understatement! An Office & a Gentleman opens at the Liverpool Empire on Monday night and we cant wait to be swept off our feet! Tickets and info here.
Starting on 19th May, Dead Crafty Beer Company welcomes a week long residency of exclusive beers and here’s the best bit, they’re being paired with cheese! Treat yourself on Monday night and find out more here.
PIMA Bar at Hilton Liverpool is the brand new Monday night venue to learn how to truly shake your hips as Liverpool Salsa classes kick off from 8pm. More info here.
How do you fancy a bottle of house wine and a 2 course dinner for just £19.95 per person at Alma De Cuba this Tuesday night? We’ll have the Mojito Lamb Rump pls! Click here to book and have a night off the dishes.
Passionfruit Daquiri anyone? Lock & Key, Duke Street has the perfect drink and the perfect curb-side tables to enjoy the last of the rays after work. Menus and more here.
The Salon is officially open at the Epstein Theatre and the all-star cast can’t wait to get you booked in for this hilarious comedy. Get your tickets here.
There’s a huge showcase of emerging talent going down at EBGB’s on Wednesday night at Liverpool Calling presents Black Smoke, The Boston Shakers and more. Line up info here.
Explore the finest dishes of the Silk Rd on Wednesday night, from the Pacific to the Med, with a 5 course menu paired with red wine and one of the best views in the city. More info here.
Dave Monks from BBC Introducing, presents as part of the BBC’s Biggest Weekend Fringe, three of the best up and coming Liverpool bands, Paris Youth Foundation, Tori Cross and SPINN. Free entry with tickets here.
Ditching the numbers and instead belting out song, Musical Bingo has made the leap from London to Liverpool making CIRCO its bran new home. Find out more here.
Fancy a bit of Freddy on Thursday night? Belt out all your favourite hits alongside Neil McHale and don’t forget your stick on tash! Food and great deals on drinks available too. More here.
PopUp Painting invites you to unleash your creativity at The Club House this Thursday. Wine glass in one hand, paintbrush in the other, you can create your own Monet-inspired masterpiece. Book your spot here.
Be one of the first to experience an entire bank holiday weekend of fun at the Pier Head as The Three Festivals Tall Ships Regatta sails down the Mersey. Find out more here.
The Bombed Out Church (St Lukes) will host a special bank holiday weekend open air bar so you can raise a toast to the best city in the world, under the stars. More info here.
Now this is how you start a bank holiday weekend in Liverpool! Smash Ya Nan’s quiz and sing til your little hearts content at Camp & Furnace. Tickets here.
Make some noise down at The Merchant this weekend as it celebrates 2 years in the city with a Nightcrawler Pizza Pizza Party, Unabombers Dj, Lost Art Sound System and Bido Lito! Djs. All the weekend’s line up here.
There’s still time to get your hands on the hottest ticket in town this bank holiday weekend as Liverpool’s Pier Head hosts the Bordeaux Wine Festival for the first time. Find out more and book here.
You’re invited to ‘Be Our Guest’ as Liverpool ONE celebrates it’s 10th year in the heart of the city. There’s live music, competitions, special performances, parades and give-aways galore. Find out more here.
The city is already buzzing ahead of the Champions League Final in Kiev, if you’re still looking for a Liverpool venue to watch the game, click here for our top 10 and book your ticket now.
Have you seen the line up for this incredible summer street party at the Baltic? Sandy B, Robin S, Byron Stingly, 2Funky2 and more! 12 hours of tunes, 3 sites, 2 warehouses and a terrace. Get your tickets here.
This is it! The first of 6 mega 3rd birthday bash Bongo’s Bingo nights at Bramley Moore Dock featuring none other than the Milkshake queen herself, Kelis! More info here.
What’s on in Liverpool in two words…..WATER FIGHT! If you’re looking for one place to spend your entire bank holiday weekend in Liverpool, why not make it the Botanical Garden. Water fights, Gin Pinata, live music and amazing vibes. More info here.
Win or lose, rain or shine, there’s a hangover cure waiting for you at HUS, Tithebarn Street this Sunday. Literally rock up, grab a seat and let the team get you back to awesome! More info here.
We’re so superstitious here at The Guide Liverpool, but we also like to be be fully prepared for MASSIVE celebrations should they arise, so click here and check out the proposed route for the LFC team coming home from Kiev on Sunday and keep everything crossed. Everything!
There’s all manner of crafty goings on at MetQuarter on Sunday and if you’ve still got wedding fever following the royal wedding last week, you can try your hand at silver smithing, letter pressing and more. Details here.
You can catch Nick Ellis live at the Handyman on Sunday evening from 6pm as Acoustic Sessions soothes your bank holiday weekend hangover…..or just grab another pint and sing along! Details here.
UFC® has confirmed that Space by Echo Arena, will host the Official UFC Viewing Party for MMA where fans will be able to watch a live stream of UFC FIGHT NIGHT®: THOMPSON vs. TILL with the main card scheduled to start at 6pm. Details here.
We suspect we’re all going to be in need of a good Sunday roast this bank holiday weekend in Liverpool and our current fave hotspot, The Florist serves up a filling and tasty plate with seasonal veg and lashings of gravy! More here.
What’s on in Liverpool wouldn’t be complete without a market to mooch about. Head down to the Kaz Gardens to check out lot of local traders selling vintage clothing, sparkly jewels, retro records, vintage homeware, handmade wonders and the weird and wonderful! More info here.
There’s a night of free, potentially undiscovered live music on offer at The Cavern Pub as Monday Night Open Mic returns. Who will take to the stage? Details here.
We’re looking forward to some delicious light bites on bank holiday Monday as Heritage, Castle Street serves up 3 small plates for £15, the questions is choosing just three! Menus and more here.
Hey snake hips! Shimmy yourself into the working week with a few last 241 bank holiday Monday cocktails at Revolucion De Cuba, Albert Dock, and toast the weekend that was. More info here.
What’s on in Liverpool for families? There’s an afternoon of free story-telling and the opportunity to meet and greet Elmer the most famous Elephant at Waterstones Liverpool ONE on Saturday. No booking necessary, click here for more info.
There’s a chance to meet your footballing heroes as none other than Bruce Grobbelaar & Neville Southall head to Gusto Heswall for a very special evening, raising money for local causes. All the info here.
Sign up with us to receive the latest news, straight to your inbox!