Liverpool is bursting with club nights, film screenings, family fun and all the live music you can bend your ears around this week as Sound City returns to the Baltic and Smithdown Road Festival get underway. Elsewhere there’s brand new theatre, a chance to experience a live studio recording and a very Scouse salon has thrown open it’s doors in time for a pre-bank holiday make over.
We fell in love with their wholesome Buddha bowls at the Spring Festival this weekend and the girls at The Little Deli Crosby have loads more on the menu to start your week right. Check it out here.
Ready for a production that turns a classic Shakespearian text and turns it on its head? Get to the Everyman and see Othello in the future with a strong female lead. Ticket bookings here.
Get your Tony Montana on at The Jac on Monday night for movie night with free popcorn and tequila and plenty of bean bags to relax in. Tickets are just £4 and available here.
This is your chance to not only meet home-grown band, Mic Lowry but also watch and hear here them record their studio album right here in Liverpool. Tickets available here.
There’s a whole evening dedicated to screening local independent films at Sound, Duke Street on Tuesday. Fancy watching ‘The Baddy’, ‘Avaritia’ and more? £3.50 on the door, starts at 6:30pm. More info here.
Carole King’s back-catalogue of hits is absolutely stunning and you can experience them all in the story of her meteoric rise to fame at the Liverpool Empire this week. Tickets and info here.
We’re dedicated followers of her Insta, we love her bath bombs and now Scouse Bird has launched her very own salon! Get yourselves booked in for a bank holiday make over here.
The Vamps return to the Echo Arena on Wednesday night with another knock out tour date! Get ready to dance Vampettes as they boys smash out ‘Last Night’, ‘Can We Dance’ and more. Some tickets still available here.
It’s a huge night for football as Liverpool travel to Italy to take on Roma in the second leg of their Champions League campaign. Watch all the action on the big screen at CIRCO. Info here.
The Smithdown Road Festival 2018 launches its 5 day extravaganza on Wednesday night with the Handyman Stage at The Handyman pub featuring live music, film screenings and spoken word performances from 7pm. Details here.
This is it! Sound City 2018 is go and the Baltic Triangle is set to host a phenomenal line up of live music, beginning with Gigs & Graphics – an opportunity for you to meet those who shape the industry in workshops and Q&A’s. All the details here.
You can be part of a very special fundraising event with Comic Relief and British Airways this week as The Cavern Club plays Beatlemania, Live in Concert. Tickets and more info here.
Whether you’ve seen the incredible Terracotta Army exhibition already or you’re a first time visitor, don’t miss your chance to wine and dine amongst these ancient figures and find out more about their journey with a special event with author Gary Geddes. More info here.
If you’re into ink, you can’t afford to miss the Liverpool Tattoo Convention, now in it’s 11th year, returning to the Adelphi Hotel on Friday for a three day celebration of art. Tickets here.
How about this for a perfect Friday night? Hilton Liverpool presents a night of old school classics, Dirty Dancing and Grease, plus a glass of fizz and a fabulous two-course dinner. Starts at 7pm, tickets and info here.
Friday night in front of the box has never been more fun as Launch 22, Tithebarn St hosts a Spectacular Cinema Club screening of American Pie. Get your mates together and relive that one time at band camp! Tickets here.
It wouldn’t be right to let this monumental date pass without a little Star Wars reference and you can show off your geek knowledge at the Bombed Out Church in the ultimate quiz. Last few tickets here.
If you’re in the midst of exam season, take a study break and have it large at Medication, Arts Club and start your bank holiday weekend as you mean to go on. Tickets here.
Summer has officially landed in Liverpool with the launch of a brand new attraction for the waterfront. Take on the 92 metre long inflatable aqua park and experience the waterfront like never before. Book online here.
There’s beers, disco vibes and hopefully a whole load of sunshine on offer this Saturday as HUS’ rooftop welcomes the first ever Capsule take over of the summer. Less than 50 tickets remain, get yours here.
A brand new hip hop party lands at Camp & Furnace this weekend. Gold Digger brings back the hip hop bangers of yesteryear, think Nelly, Eminem, 50 Cent, The Game and so much more. Tickets here.
Completing the final part of the 303 5 year anniversary back home, Nick Warren plays all night long at Williamson Tunnels this bank holiday Saturday. Last tickets available here.
Got your Sound City 2018 tickets? Then start your festival weekend off right with Bottomless Brunch at Baltic Social and line your stomach with top class brekkie and fizz. Book online here.
Can you think of a more fun way to spend a bank holiday Sunday than belting out the very best of Madonna? Head to The Merchant and join in the Madonnathon like a virgin from 10pm. Details here.
There’s a brand new city centre start line, tonnes more bands and the chance to smash your PB at this years Liverpool Spring 10k. Check out all the details and road closures here.
Check this out for a banging bank holiday night out. Garlands hosts Nostalgic Events, bringing the most iconic club nights from the last two decades into one huge party. More info and tickets here.
There’s high-class house classics on offer at Alma De Ciba this weekend hosted by Lee Butler, Vintage Presents none other than Duke performing ‘So In Love With You’ plus lots more. Tickets here.
If you prefer a more chilled Bank Holiday Sunday night out, why not grab a ticket for Motown Classics at The Bentley and groove with your better half to a bit of Marvin Gaye! Tickets here.
Liverpool welcomes the ultimate family fun activity this weekend. Running right through until October, Adventure Dock welcomes kids age 8 and over to take a splash on this huge inflatable water obstacle course! Find out more here.
The countdown is officially on, less than 100 days until LIMF 2018 takes over Sefton Park with 4 huge stages, more than 70 live acts and two full days of brilliant festival fun. Get your tickets here now and don’t miss out on the ultimate party in the park.
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