It’s going to get very loud this week in Liverpool. If you haven’t already, maybe stick a days leave in at work for Monday because the St Patrick’s Day parties are going all out. It’s also a great week for theatre lovers with Liverpool Empire, Playhouse, Epstein and St George’s Hall all hosting amazing plays. There’s live music, The Greatest Show at the M&S Bank Arena and loads more.
Remember my naaaaammmee! The Liverpool Empire welcomes the incredible live stage show of Fame from 11th- 16th March. You know you wanna see these kids go far! Info and tickets here.
Get down to Hobo Kiosk from 7pm for an International Women’s Collaboration Brew Day Quiz! Lots of beer-y prizes to be won and it’s just £2.50 entry. Info here.
EastEnders actress Samantha Womack is back in Liverpool playing the lead role, Rachel Watson in The Girl on the Train at the Playhouse Theatre. If you loved the book or the film, see this! Tickets here.
Ever fancied yourself as a Cups champion? Could this beeee any more fun? Dramshop, Gradwell Street is hosting its first ever Cups Tournament in honour of Chandler Bing. More info here.
LOST is taking it back the good old days of the 90’s at Invisible Wind Factory this Tuesday night from 11pm. Dig our your double denim and Global Hyper colour t shirts for a mad one. Info here.
Newton Faulkner is back in Liverpool to sign and perform his new album live at Jacaranda Records Phase One on Tuesday night. More info here.
The Epstein Theatre welcomes the brilliant Daniel Taylor Productions, Macbeth this week. Shakespeares most bloody tale about loyalty, envy, greed and betrayal is brought to life on stage across five nights. Tickets here.
Can the reds keep the double dream alive? With Virgil Van Dijk on board, Liverpool only need a draw to go through as they take on Bayern Munich away. All the action on the big screen at Pogue Mahone’s. Info here.
The basement sessions is back! Disco Divas brings Holly Fisher, Paige Tomlinson, Emily Johnston and Madeline to EBGB’s this Wednesday night from 10:30pm. Get there and get dowwwn. Info here.
Just look at that kick ass wallpaper print! Bongo’s Bungalow opens its doors for a weekend-long house warming party from Thursday. Brand new to the Cain’s Brewery Village, its shoes off at the door, new carpets are down! Info here.
From superheroes last weekend to superhumans at the M&S Bank Arena as the British Gymnastics Championships 2019 comes to Liverpool. Marvel at the strength, determination and sheer grit of these athletes as they battle it out for gold medals. More info and tickets here.
We’ve all fallen for Freddie’s incredible talent thanks to Bohemian Rhapsody in the last few months and now you can relive the Queen greatest hits at The Cavern on Thursday night. Info here.
Who doesn’t love a good bath bomb? Well now you can go wild in the aisles as Lush Spa Liverpool , the biggest in the world, officially opens its doors at the former Dorothy Perkins site on Church Street this Friday from 11am. More info here.
Liv Sync Battle 2019 kicks off with a star studded line up of lip syncers! Returning to CIRCO, Seel Street on Friday night, you’ll see the likes of Destiny’s Child, Bananarama, Dolly Parton, PJ & Duncan and more strutting their stuff to raise much needed funds for Cash For Kids. Hosted by our Jay, its a hilarious night out and boss start to your weekend. More info here.
Fancy a night out in the roaring 20’s? Head to The Crypt at the Metropolitan Cathedral on Friday night from 6:30pm. Tickets include a glass to keep, cocktails, wristband and more. Info here.
Ma’s was always famous for a good old sing along and now the team are continuing the tradition. Every Friday from 9:30pm there’s live music, the pizza kitchen is open til 11pm and you can sing your heart out. More info here.
There’s an outstanding piece of theatre happening at St George’s Hall this weekend. Kitty, Queen of the Wash House, a play by John Maguire, tells the tale of Liverpool legend Kitty Wilkinson, whose life in the Victorian Era of the city was marred by poverty, death and brutal hardship. Kitty overcomes all adversity to become a pioneer of the washhouse and public baths, saving lives from cholera. More here.
Are you ready for the ultimate St Patrick’s Day weekender sponsored by Guinness? Get down to Camp & Furnace from 10am, Saturday and Sunday for Paddy’s Ulster Fry, Six Nations action, loads of live music and an epic house party too. All the info here.
If you’re a massive Greatest Showman fan (or just a massive Hugh Jackman fan like our Simmo) get yourself down to the M&S Bank Arena for The Greatest Show – Songs From Hollywood for a good old sing song. Expect all your fave tracks from the hit film and more. Tickets here.
There’s gourmet street food, six nations, retro gaming, live music and lots of Jamesons at the Baltic Market this St Patrick’s Day. If all that wasn’t enough, it’s free to enter too! Winner. More info here.
If you’re going to ring in sick after a mad St Paddy’s Day, you should defo make your last stop PopWorld. Expect all the usual chaos with a B*Wtched soundtrack. Info here.
Not everyone will want to be raving and misbehaving on Paddy’s day. Why not watch legendary film, The Commitments under the stars at the Bombed Out Church instead? Book here.
Two hours of bottomless prosecco or beer plus as much Irish breakfast as you can eat, you say? This is the bottomless brunch to end them all! Head to Baltic Social to start your Sunday like a champ. Booking here.
There’s two ways to spend your St Pat’s Day at Grand Central. The Grand Central Food Bazaar is hosting live music featuring Conleth McGeary, Liverpool Irish Flute Band and more, straight after the St Paddy’s Day Parade. Or you can book in for a cracking Sunday Roast and Cabaret at the Grand Hall too. More info here.
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