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What’s on in Liverpool this week? Well, we’re lining up a bit of wellbeing at Sefton Park, tasty new eats and funk venue at Mann Island, there’s hilarious new comedy at the Liverpool Empire, we’ll be up on the roof with paella and plenty of Grease this weekend and to top it all off the Prosecco will be flowing at St George’s Hall!
Sefton Park Palm House kicks off it’s health and well being week with a 45 min live DJ & HIIT session, followed by an hour of blissful yoga and meditation. Info here.
MTV are in town on Monday night filming a brand new tv show at Eden Rooftop at The Shankly Hotel and you’re invited! There’s a surprise artist performing live and it’s free entry. Details here.
Every Monday night is open mic night at The Sanctuary Tap, Castle Street and Johny Wishart is at the helm with his trusty/filthy old Joanna to play the tunes. Pie, mash, gravy and pint for £8 and fresh new music! Info here.
There’s loads of places to dine outside at Liverpool ONE so why not treat yourself while the sun is set to stay and grab some breakfast, a quick lunch or indulgent dinner for less, at the likes of Bill’s, The Club House or Yard & Coop. Way’s to save here.
Hope Street will come alive to the cool sounds of live acoustic jazz on Tuesday night as Barry Sutton & His Beatnik Hurricanes take to the stage to perform live. Great informal chill out event this. Details here.
Calling all Beatles fans, you can meet Martha Karsh, the owner of the ‘A Hard Day’s Night’ film and archive at The Beatles Story, Royal Albert Dock for an exclusive talk, Q&A and book signing. More info here.
Let’s face it, the whole day will be spent gearing up to watch England take on Croatia in our nations first semi cup final game in 28 years. Click here for our list of the best places to watch the game on a big screen. It’s defo coming home.
If you’re in need of a little faith ahead of the big game, head to the Sanctuary Bar, Lime Street for a psychic night full of tarot readings and revelations. More info here.
We can’t wait to see The Play That Goes Wrong at Liverpool Empire this week, bursting with Faulty Towers style comedy and drama, it’s bound to be hilarious. Tickets and booking here.
Things get deliciously dark at One Fine Day, Old Hall Street on Thursday evenings as the After Dark Supper menu is served between 5-8pm. Tuck into 2 or 3 courses of creative British cuisine from £15pp. Details here.
If you know your Balmorals from you Buckinghams, your corgi’s from your Camilla’s and which year Fergie and Andrew got divorced, you could be in with winning a cash jackpot at Yard & Coop on Thursday night as the weekly quiz night kicks off from 7pm. This week it’s all about The Royals. Details here.
It goes off every Thursday night at Baa Bar, Fleet Street with Matt Hibbert on the decks featuring R&B DJ Shaz, come on it’s practically the weekend already! Free entry and drinks deals all night.
HUS is the one that we want this Friday night as the Skyline Rooftop Cinema returns with absolute classic Grease, on the big screen from 8pm. Lots of cocktails, singing and good times. Details here.
There’s nothing we don’t love about this event at North Shore Troubadour, Carlton Street. Paella on the roof, Spanish music, a bit of salsa and the last of the suns rays. Winner. Details here.
The Jacaranda’s brand new concept bar, Phase One, on Seel Street is getting freaky on Friday night with a showcase fit for Halloween. Live music from the likes of Strange Collective, DJs til late and a tarot reader will predict your hangover! More info here.
TOWIE star Gemma Collins is back in the city this weekend for a guest appearance at OMG on Victoria Street. It’s free entry and there’s drinks deals on all night too. Got a feeling this might get messy! More info here.
Calling all fashionistas and retro fans, Fine Tuned Vintage Festival is back at the Royal Albert Dock on 14-15th July 2018 for a fashion extravaganza packed full with vintage clothing, street food, vinyl, retro clothing and more. All the details here.
If you’re partial to a glass of he fizzy stuff get yourself down to St George’s Hall this weekend for the Prosecco & Fizz Festival. There’s more than 20 types of prosecco to taste test and live music, fresh pizza and more. Details here.
The sights, sounds and tastes of Brazil will take over the streets once again this weekend as Brazilica returns with sights, sounds, smells and tastes of all things Brazil. The Carnival Queen competition s back alongside the night time carnival parade on Saturday and more. Info here.
If your summer body is still a work in progress or you fancy all the fun of going out without the ale, get down to Hangar 34 and join in Ravin’ Fit with Lee Butler on the decks. Always a sell out these events so get your tickets here.
If you’re into your Indie and fancy getting your lobes around a brilliant, local band, head to Arts Club Loft on Saturday night to hear Idle Frets perform a homecoming gig with pure attitude. Tickets going fast here.
We’re swerving our Sunday roast to check out the city’s newest dining concept, in the sun down at Mann Island. Dockside Dining Club offers a whole host of different street food to try out all in one seriously cool, waterfront location. Find out more here.
Hope Street venue, Masonic Bar is holding a brilliant event on Sunday from 12pm. Puppies & Prosecco is a fundraiser than invite you and your four-legged legend to enjoy a free glass of fizz on arrival, and the cost of every glass you buy afterwards is donated to Dogs Trust! More info here.
Finish your weekend off in style at Lock & Key, Duke Street this Sunday and craft your own unique blend G&T from a range of Sipsmith syrups, 2 for £10 every Sunday, there’s also live music from 7pm too. More info here.
Every Saturday morning your little ones are invited to meet some new furry best mates at the Cat Café, Bold Street. Theres arts, crafts, games and unlimited drinks plus lots of feline fabulousness to enjoy. More details here.
That’s it ,LIMF VIP tickets have officially sold out but you can still get your hands on £5 advance tickets and see more than 50 live performances across four different stages and a huge family activity programme too. Click here to check out the full line up heading to Sefton Park on 21-22nd July and we’ll see you down there.
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