What’s on in Liverpool? Your Guide to the week ahead (18th-24th September 2017_
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The city comes alive again this week as a fresh wave of students arrive and we get stuck into autumn menus and belting club nights.
We’re continuing the foodie vibes following a brilliant 1oth anniversary Liverpool Food & Drink Festival as we list some great new menus to try out, plus brand new local and BIG hitting comedy from Paul Smith and Micky Flanagan at Echo Arena, and of course the city will be bouncing as freshers club nights begin to raise the roof!
Here’s Your Guide Liverpool for the week ahead (18th-24th September)….
Monday 18th September
Try the brand new menu at Love Thy Neighbour, Bold Street
You can relive your summer holiday vibes at Love Thy Neighbour, Bold Street regardless of your dietry requirements. Hitting the gym? On a date? Meeting the girls for cocktails? This is the place to be. Check out the menu here.
Guitar Lessons at The Brink
You’ve heard us shout about The Brink, Parr Street tonnes especially when it comes to affordable and tasty food, but did you know The Brink also offers up a varied programme of classes and workshops too? Find out more here.
Freshers House Party at Level, Fleet Street
Welcome to Liverpool Freshers! Get yourselves down to Level Nightclub, Fleet Street for the Ultimate House Party and start your first week in the city like you mean to go on! Tickets and info here.
Tuesday 19th September
Micky Flanagan will have you in stitches at Echo Arena
Micky Flanagan is ‘Back in the Game’ and back in Liverpool for two dates this week following the success of his first show back in July. Expect more matter of fact, laugh out loud comedy that will have you in bits. More info here.
Tech-No Tuesdays, EBGB’s
Fancy an underground techno party? Get over to EBGB’s for Liverpool’s only mid-week tech no event with a solid line up of the best emerging DJ’s the north west has to offer.More info here.
LOST: Freshers Carnival at Camp & Furnace
Tell you what, you students don’t half get some amazing parties! Camp & Furnace are hosting LOST: Freshers Festival on Tuesday night and its going to be incredible. Fresh sounds, visuals and more! Find out more here.
Wednesday 20th September
Step back in time to 1987 with The LA’s at The Florrie, Mill Street
Iconic Liverpool band The LA’s are celebrating the 30th anniversary of their first ever tour with an exhibition at The Florrie, Mill Street. There’s tonnes of rare, unseen photographs that are a must-see for any true fan. Check it out here.
Psychedelic Disco at 24 Kitchen Street
Back by popular demand! Don’t miss the Psychedelic Disco at one of our fave city venues, 24 Kitchen Street. If house, techno and disco are your thing, these guys have your Wednesday night sorted! Tickets here.
Go to Pho, Bold Street
Our Jay fell in love with the Vietnamese cuisine at last weekend’s Liverpool Food and Drink Festival, thanks to Bold Street eatery Pho. Watch the video above and check out the menu here.
You’ve Been Gilmored! Quiz Night at HUS, Tithebarn Street
You’re invited to join HUS for an evening of Lorelai, Rory, Kirk, Miss Patty and the inhabitants of Stars Hollow and a celebration of a Mother/Daughter relationship of dreams and fast talking like no other! A ‘Rory’ on arrival and prizes for best dressed. Tickets available here.
Thursday 21st September
Shit Thursdays, Freshers Specials, Arts Club
Arts School is throwing out those old school, 90’s and 00’s hip hop and R&B bangers that will have you wanting more well into Friday morning. As with all Sh*t Indie nights, expect inflatables, confetti, party hats, glowsticks and the best, most up for it crowd in Liverpool. Tickets and info here.
Liverpool Oktoberfest, Pier Head
Live music, amazing atmosphere and an iconic setting…its got to be Oktoberfest 2017! Pier Head will be transformed into the biggest beer get together of the year. More than 7,500 are expected so get your tickets and more info here.
Friday 22nd September
Aperitivio Session at MOJO
Did someone say spritz? Mojo and Liverpool Loves Cocktails have buddied up to bring you a brilliant session on Aperitivo culture. Make your own concoctions and have a giggle in the process. Details here.
Catch Chipmunk at 24 Kitchen Street
Hot Plate brings the UK Grime and rap legend that is Chipmunk to Liverpool for a one-off gig. Get your Diamond Rings and get down to the Baltic to grind it out! Tickets here.
Pop Art Party at Tate Liverpool
Tate Liverpool is celebrating the opening of ARTIST ROOMS: Roy Lichtenstein with a Pop Art Party this Saturday evening and you’re invited to enjoy a late night of art, music, performances, popcorn and cocktails. Tickets and more info here.
Hashtag Presents Matt Willis at Level
We’re heading back Seel Street for the Hashtag Student Welcome Party as former Busted star, Matt Wills kicks off proceedings with a live DJ set plus two other floors of club bangers from resident DJ’s John Gillan & Zach Tellett. Info here.
Saturday 23rd September
Fiesta Bombarda, Constellations
Fiesta’s comeback carnival sees the collective transform Constellations and Hanger 34 with immersive intergalactic decor alongside some out of this world musical talent, what’s not to like? More info here.
Nasty Girl, Inaya Day live at Brickworks
Brickworks, Eberle Street is the place to be this Friday night if you love a good live PA and a club floor filler. None other than Nasty Girl, Inaya Day will be performing live alongside a Nikki Belle and DJ’s Les Calvert, Anton Powers and more. Tickets here.
Liverpool Whisky Festival, Lutyens Crypt
The Great Indian Single Malt is coming to the Liverpool Whisky Festival this weekend. Swerve the gin for a couple of days and whether you’re a die-hard fan or newcomer, you’ll find a tipple to taste at The Lutyens Crypt. Tickets and info here.
Claire House Splash Dash, Sefton Park
The Claire House Splash Dash kicks off at 1pm at Sefton Park this Saturday and you can still join in! Sign up on the day and join our Kate and The Guide Liverpool cameras to get pelted with powder paint around the 5k course, laughing all the way! More here.
Paul Smith live at Hot Water Comedy Club, Seel Street
You’ve been raving about this lad’s down to earth, honest humour on socials over the last few months and nows your chance to see him live. Paul Smith plays the Hot Water Comedy Club, Seel Street this Saturday. Tickets and more here.
Sunday 24th September
Bottomless Brunch at Baltic Social
If you’re not feeling so fresh after a weekend of partying, get yourself down to the Baltic Social for their monthly bottomless brunch. Whack them £30 and tuck into limitless fizz, beer and brunch. This is what Sundays are all about. Menus and more here.
Bernard’s Psychfest Comedown, The Merchant
We were genuinely fascinated by the pic for this random event at The Merchant, and we’re equally made up when we saw the words ‘an afternoon of leftfield music’. Chill the frig out as Bernard’s Psychfest Comedown soothes away your hangover. Details here.
Sunday Roast Hot Spot: Fly in the Loaf, Hardman Street
— Fly in the Loaf (@FlyintheLoaf) 20 August 2017
There is literally nothing we don’t love about this tweet. Roast dinner, Fly in the Loaf, Hardman Street, get one! Book your spot here.
One for the kids
Square Pegs at the Baltic Market Sunday Social
Yay Square Pegs are at Baltic Market with a Sunday Family Social with awesome workshops, pop ups and shops to enjoy together.Get your tickets and find out more here.
Classic Fest with DJ Lee Butler, Constellations
One of three HUGE events happening on the run up to Christmas, our very own DJ Lee Butler invites all you ravers to Constellations for Classic Fest. After the lock-out launch event the main man returns for a second instalment of old school classics so you can relive the glory days! Do not miss out! Get your tickets and get on it here.