The temperatures are set to soar this week so we’re making the most of al fresco dining and rooftop chilling. It’s a huge week for foodies as Baltic Market turns one, Grand Central Food Bazaar throws open the doors to its fine dining concept and Liverpool ONE takes you around the world with international cuisine at its Feast Weekend. We hope you’ve saved up all your syns because it’s going to be a tasty week.
All this plus movie screenings, Gin & Disco, quiz nights, Sunday roasts and more in What’s on in Liverpool this week 25th June – 1st July 2018…..
With the summer weather getting into full swing this week, we’ll be dining al fresco at Gusto and sampling the brand new menu, with two courses for just £13.95. Check out the menu here.
You’re in for a hilarious night of comedy and music at the Echo Arena this Monday as Flight of the Conchords combines the two in the tale of how two guys made it big in New York. Some tickets still available here.
There’s a chance to be part of a rehearsal session with Liverpool band, Radio Kings on Monday night as they showcase at Fredericks on Hope Street from 8:30pm. More info here.
There’s a brand new chef at the helm at The Vincent Cocktail Café & Cocktail Bar, Exchange Flags and we’re continuing our theme of summer dining with sushi on the terrace for lunch and possibly a cocktail too! Menus and more here.
Is there a better way to spend a balmy summer night than at a roof top bar, reclining with a drink, taking in an epic film? Skyline Rooftop Cinema at HUS, Tithebarn Street is where you need to be. More info and tickets here.
This brilliant showcase of talent is all about growing up working class and the rich and often hilarious stories it can create. Get yourself down to the Everyman Bistro from 7:30pm to talk chippy teas, pay day loans and leccy metres. Tickets here.
Temperatures are expected to reach 27 degrees today so chances of us doing much work as slim! We’re heading to Verdant Allerton Rd to enjoy wine Wednesday. A bottle of house red or white and a cheese plate for just £15! More info here.
There’s 10 more hopefuls lining up to lip sync their way to stardom as Liv Sync Battle returns to Camp & Furnace on Wednesday in support of Alder Hey’s High Dependency Unit. Always such a brilliant laugh with the likes of Eminem, Prince and more taking to the stage. Get your tickets here and support an amazing cause.
If you’re a Michael Jackson fan, don’t miss your chance to see the King of Pop impersonated like never before as Thriller comes to Liverpool from 26th-30th June. White, diamond-encrusted gloves at the ready, get your tickets here.
There’s one hell of shin-dig going down at Cain’s Brewery Village as Baltic Market celebrates it’s 1st birthday in style. Expect all the world cup games plus drinks deals, amazing food, market stall, gin slushies and free prosecco! Find out more here.
Calling all Whovians! Yard & Coop invites you to prove you’re the top Tardis at this week’s quiz night, kicking off from 7pm. Get your mates together, grab your extra long scarf and make like a Cyberman to Hanover Street for the best buttermilk chicken around. Book your spot here.
We’ve all got a favourite musical tune and The Best of the West End brings together all the classics in one fabulous evening of music. Expect to hear tracks from Mamma Mia!, The Phantom of the Opera, Wicked, The Lion King, Cats and more. Tickets and booking here.
England take on Belgium in the FIFA World Cup 2018 on Thursday night and where better to watch all the action than on the biggest screen outside of Wembley! Get over to Grand Central Hall and grab a beer. Booking here.
Liverpool’s Tea Street Band is back with a live performance at North Shore Troubadour this Friday night with Rubix DJs and support acts to be announced. It’s just £10 a ticket and kicks off at 7:30pm. More here.
Did you know you can spend your Friday evening in Liverpool watching the iconic film, Jumanji, while surrounded by cute kitty cats? Oh yes, Liverpool’s Cat Café film screening night kicks off at 8:30pm with plenty of popcorn and drinks. Book your spot here.
We’re heading back to the brand new, revamped Grand Central on Friday night as the incredible Grand Central Food Bazaar officially opens its doors to the public. Featuring 12 independent food concepts in a fine dining setting, this is your chance to experience something brand new. More info here.
The Epstein Theatre, Hanover Street presents ICONIC: A Brief History of Drag at 8pm on Friday night, featuring the most significant drag moments of film, stage and popular culture. Led by the UK’s beloved drag queen who switches effortlessly between genres, with nods to Bowie, Queen, Boy George, Britney Spears, Lady Gaga, Tina Turner and more. Tickets here.
You’re invited to spend your weekend taking a quick trip around the world as the restaurants and independents at Liverpool ONE put on the ultimate food feast. There’s amazing food to sample, new cuisines to try and great live music on offer, plus up to 50% off your bill too! More info here.
There’s free entry into the family friendly one day festival celebrating all things ‘makey’ at Liverpool’s Central Library this Saturday. With 200 Makers showcasing science, technology, crafts, creations, inventions and gadgets, plus hands-on activities, ranging from coding to crafts! Info here.
Back on the big screen, you can experience 2001: A Space Odyssey at Picturehouse at FACT from 7pm this Saturday night. Hailed as a cinematic pioneer, FACT is presenting Director Stanley Kubrick’s original photochemical film creation. More info and tickets here.
If there’s two things that would make our Saturday night complete, it’s Gin and Disco. Luckily there’s a Gin & Disco all dayer happening at Cunard Building from 2pm with a stellar line up of DJ’s including Greg Wilson and Todd Terry. Tickets here.
There’s a very special summer evening cruise with Mersey Ferries this Sunday. The Beatles Special features the Paperback Writers for an evening packed with all your fave fab four tracks plus a licensed bar and food. All proceeds from the nights go to The Spider-Ede Appeal, helping raise funds for local 3 year old Edie Molyneux to pay for life saving treatment in Mexico. Get your tickets here.
How do you fancy a rotisserie Sunday roast and table service this weekend? The Florist, Hardman Street is serving up succulent meats, fresh off the spit and the seasonal veg is to die for. Bloody Mary’s all round then? Menus and booking here.
Curious Orange returns to the Kaz Gardens this Sunday from 1pm with loads of stalls, food and drinks to check out. Expect local traders including vintage clothing, sparkly jewels, vintage records, retro homeware, handmade wonders and all things weird and wonderful. Free entry, kids and doggo’s welcome too. Info here.
Liverpool Central Library is offering you the chance to learn loads of new skills and make something incredible this weekend as MakeFest returns with over 200 Makers showcasing science, technology, crafts, creations, inventions and gadgets, plus hands-on activities, ranging from coding to crafts! Free entry too. More info here.
As we hit July this week it’s officially LIMF month in Liverpool, just three weeks until Sefton Park comes alive to the sounds of Example, DJ WIRE, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Jax Jones, Stefflon Don and so many more. Advance tickets are just £5 per day and are available here.
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