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Are you ready to get stuck right in to 7 days packed with events and Easter holiday fun this week? What’s on in Liverpool is bursting with bank holiday club nights, stand up comedy, tasty eats and bottomless red wine! From Monday to Monday, there’re more film nights, pop quizzes, sporting action and things that go bump in the night, than you can shake a bunny tail at! It’s Easter weekend, it’s bank holiday and it’s April fools day all rolled into one, what could possibly go wrong!
Liven up your Monday night dinner date with a 3 course dinner and fizz at ‘An Italian Affair’, Cucina Di Vincenzo, Woolton and raise money for Action Against Hunger. Tickets available here.
Free entry on the cards at The Cavern on Monday night where you’ll hear brand new material from bands, poets, musicians and more. Feeling brave, get up there! More info here.
There’s no tickets necessary for this FREE beer and food pairing evening with Alex Barlow, Head Brewer/Owner of Sentinel Brewery in Sheffield. Click here to check it out.
There’s a new lunch menu on offer at Yard & Coop and for less than £5, you’ll never eat a soggy butty on your dinner every again. Check out the menu here.
Get your tickets for the city’s only all female-led comedy night at the Everyman Theatre this Tuesday and see Kate Jackson, Hannah Platt, Steff Todd and more perform. Book here.
Liverpool Noise and Yeah Buddy DIY return with another classic cult tv show screening at 81 Renshaw St this Wednesday, The Best of Bojack Horseman anyone? Book here.
Fancy taking on The Baltic Fleet weekly pub quiz to be in with a chance of winning the £50 min jackpot. It’s only £1 to enter and a curry & a pint is less than £8 too. More here.
Check this out for Film Night at the Museum! Watch cult classic Labyrinth and as well as watching the film you will get to see original costumes from David Bowie. Book here.
Liverpool Cathedral restarts its Twlilight viewing sessions this week where you can enjoy unrivalled views of the city as the sun goes down and the lights come up. Book here.
Are you ready to dig-deep into the Britpop archive at Sound and start your bank holiday weekend with 90’s bangers? Click here to check out the line up, free entry too.
Canadian comedian Tom Stade brings his ‘I Swear’ tour to the Laughterhouse Comedy Club this Thursday night and chances are he’ll know half the audience already! Info here.
We’re back in the coop for a Harry Potter Quiz that is bound to be a sp-ell out! (sorry!). Click here to book your spot and chow down on delicious chicken while winning!
Kick off your Liverpool Disco Festival weekend experience with a masterclass at 24 Kitchen Street. From 5pm – 8pm join Disco legend Al Kent for a rare studio methodology insight. More here.
To celebrate it’s 10th birthday, the Echo Arena is brining back comedy heavy-weight and local lad John Bishop for one night only. Last remaining tickets here.
Head to Revolucion De Cuba over the entire weekend to drink and eat all day with exciting entertainment plus resident DJ’s til 2am. More info on 241 cocktails here.
Did you know that time has stood still in parts of Crockie Hall and now you have the opportunity to find out what spirits remain at this historic building with a DeadLive ghost hunt. More here.
You can up clos and personal with 100’s of four legged friends this weekend as Dog Mania comes to Exhibition Centre Liverpool for the first time. All the info and tickets here.
It wouldn’t be a bank holiday weekend without a huge Easter playlist at EBGB’s. Expect The Stone Roses – I Am The Resurrection, The Jesus and Mary Chain – Reverence and more.
From Thursday 29th March – Sunday 15th April 2018 you can indulge in the limited edition Sailor Jerry Mini Egg Mojito at Slug & Lettuce and 241 cocktails all weekend long.
There’s free entry into Shooters Sports Bar to watch the Joshua V Parker fight on Saturday night, but booking is advised for the best view in the house. More here.
303 is celebrating its 5th birthday with arguably its biggest booking to date, John Digweed will take IWF centre stage this weekend, and you can get the last remaining tix here.
Toast Easter Sunday with a glass of Henners English Sparkling wine at The Art School this weekend with a beautiful menu bursting with flavour and local produce. Click here to check out the menu.
Yes you read that right and what better way to enjoy a bottomless red wine Sunday than when you don’t have to get up for work the following day! Verdant, Allerton Road is the place to be. Info here.
The 25th birthday celebrations continues at Garlands this Easter weekend. Grab your fluffy tail and bunny ears to join in the outrageous, magical madness. Details here.
Party like it’s 1999 at The Merchant this Bank holiday Sunday as the Purple Rave reignites the Prince fire that lies within us all. Click here to get all the details.
Who said movie night had to be a quiet one? Get to The Jac for free popcorn and tequila, plus bean bags and one of the best films ever made. Anchorman! Booking info here.
Test your knowledge of the El dude brothers and the goings on at Apollo house this bank holiday Monday and be in with a chance of winning the £80 jackpot! Info here.
Smashed the ale and hot cross buns this Easter weekend? Why not cleanse the soul and have a bit of a bop at the same time with Pop Pilates at HUS. Booking here.
Ahh hair of the dog and a little disco to see you through into a monumental Tuesday hangover! Revolution Wood Street is cutting a rug from 10-4am, all the info here.
One for the kids? Oh no, click here to check out more than 50 days out, activities and events taking place over the Easter holidays right across the region for you and the kids to make some fab memories together. Don’t forget to tag us in your pics on socials @TheGuideLpool
Yes we’re already gearing up for another bank holiday event, but hold you horses until May for when the Pizza & Prosecco Festival returns to the city in the new Hinterlands venue. This boutique festival now gives a slice of pizza and an Aperol Spritz cocktail free with every ticket. Also new for 2018, each event is hosted by an entertaining drag act providing spontaneous fun, together with various pizza and Prosecco related games, with prizes to be won. All the details here.
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