What’s on this week in Liverpool 14th – 20th October 2019
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Halloween nights out, loads of live music, LFC legends and more feature in our events run down this week in Liverpool.
This week in Liverpool we’re lining up loads of tasty treats, £5 cocktails, theatre, comedy and quiz nights. There’s also a chance to put your questions to LFC legends Bruce Grobberlaar and David Johnson at Punch Tarmey’s. Else where there’s a brand new home for Liquidation, wine and small plates in Crosby and TV’s Most Haunted comes to St George’s Hall!
Here’s what’s on this week in Liverpool 14th – 20th October 2019…
Monday 14th October
National Baking Week, Pie Port Albert Dock
If you’re getting behind National Baking Week we highly recommend a trip to Pie Port at The Royal Albert Dock. Scouse pies, traditional cornish pasties and more with mash, peas and lashings of silky smooth gravy! More info here.
Amelie The Musical, Playhouse Theatre
Based on the 5 time Oscar nominated film, Amelie The Musical is on now at the Playhouse Theatre. Follow the story of the lovable Amelie as love comes her way along with a difficult decision. A real feel good show with a beautiful soundtrack. Tix here.
Your Brain in the Pub, Craft Taproom
Liverpool Uni’s School of Psychology is hosting a night of ranting and beer at Craft Taproom Smithdown Road on Monday from 7pm. Want to learn more about what goes on in our head? Info here.
Tuesday 15th October
50% Off Albert Schenke, Hanover Street
Girls Dont Play Guitars, Royal Court Theatre
We’re hearing nothing but fantastic reviews about this Royal Court show. Girls Don’t Play Guitars tells the story of the first ever all female rock n roll group, The Liverbirds. Expect an amazing soundtrack of foot-stomping 60’s classics, this is a must see for all music fans. Tickets here.
Festival of Ideas, Edge Hill University
As part of this year’s Festival of Ideas, Edge Hill Uni is hosting a week of interesting events. In Tuesday you can watch old school Flash Gordon with British film legend, Mike Hodges! See the full programme here.
Wednesday 16th October
Taki Katei’s Japan, World Museum
Fancy seeing something new this week? Once a celebrated artist in Tokyo, Taki Katei (1830–1901) gets a UK first exhibition at World Museum. It’s open now and features stunning drawings and more. Info here.
Wine & Mediterranean Small Plates tasting, Mustard & Co
Book your spot for wine tasting and Mediterranean small plate pairings at Mustard & Co on Wednesday night from 7pm. This Crosby bistro is fanatical about local produce and fine wine so you’re in for a treat. Info here.
Apres at Souljam, Constellations
No need to hit the slopes for Apres fun this week in Liverpool. SoulJam brings LivSnow to Constellations on Wednesday night for all your funky needs. Final release tickets are £8, get yours here.
Thursday 17th October
Quiz Night, O’Neills
You can win a Saturday night VIP booth package and more at O’Neills at the weekly Thursday quiz. Fun kicks off at 9pm and you’ll need your phone and plenty of battery to take part. All the info here.
Collabfest is a massive celebration of bars and breweries and this year Brewdog is getting right on it. Drop in this weekend to see whats on tap and you get to crown a winning ale too! Find out more here.
Stand Up Comedy Night, The Philharmonic Pub
The Philharmonic Dining Room (or The Phil Pub) is hosting a night of stand up comedy on Thursday from 6pm. Expect a load of local talent, a perfectly pulled pint and fab atmosphere. More info here.
Stoptober, Some Place
Going booze free for Stoptober? Some Place on Seel Street have you sorted. They’ve made an alcohol free cocktail menu to tide you through your sober October challenge. Plus, every time you buy one, part of the cost will be donated to Macmillian Cancer Support! More info here.
Friday 18th October
Scalloween, 24 Kitchen Street
Halloween celebrations are starting early in Liverpool. Sonic Yootha Scalloween 4 is on at 24 Kitchen Street this Friday. Expect a kick ass play list and good times. All welcome – you’ll make new mates for sure. Tickets here.
Most Haunted Ghost Hunt, St George’s Hall
TV’s Yvette Fielding comes to Liverpool on Friday to film a very special Most Haunted at St George’s Hall. Seriously if you’re even considering doing to catacombs, cells or court room anywhere near Halloween, you’ve got balls of steel! Tickets and info here.
It’s 5 o’clock Somewhere, Red Door
This is our kind of Friday deal. Red Door is celebrating the 5pm clock off with £5 cocktails from 5pm until 9pm. The hardest thing is choosing your favourite one. See you at the bar. Info here.
Saturday 19th October
Liverpool Tattoo Convention
Liverpool Tattoo Convention returns to the Adelphi Hotel this weekend. Expect live tattooing from over 250 tattoo artists, live music, live performances, competitions, uk tattoo awards, market stalls and more. Info here.
Absolutely Fabulous Gin Festival, The Venue
There’s 2 sessions featuring more than 120 different gins on offer at the Absolutely Fabulous Gin Festival this Saturday. Open from 12pm, you can enjoy live music, prosecco, wine, spirits and a whole load of gin! More info and booking here.
Circus Presents, FatBoy Slim, Bramley Moore Dock
It’s going to go off at Bramley Moore Dock on Saturday. Circus Presents FatBoy Slim, Solardo, Michael Bibi and more in a legendary all dayers of dance pioneers. Some tickets still available here.
Liquidation Grand Re-opening, Phase One
After 5 years at Heebies, Liquidation is heading to Seel Street to set up shop at Phase One. The Saturday night bash features Steely Fran from Pale Rider on the decks. Find out more here.
The Hitmen & Her, McCooley’s Concert Square
It’s all back to the 80’s at McCooley’s Concert Square on Saturday night as The Hitmen and Her perform live from 7pm. We’re being promising non stop floor fillers from the likes of Whitney, Erasure, Wham and more. Info here.
Sunday 20th October
Baltic Market Brunch
Have you had a Baltic Market Brunch yet? Available every weekend from 11am until 3pm, dishes include this Original Patty Men HEy McLuvin stack. I mean, where do you even begin there? More info here.
Gaming at NQ64
Did you know that brand new gaming emporium bar, NQ64 is open from midday on a Sunday? Classic consoles, retro arcade games and a few Sunday bevs? Sounds like a perfect end to the weekend to us! Info here.
Sunday Roast, Slim’s Bold Street
Slim’s diner on Bold Street is serving up a proper good roast on Sunday’s til 6pm. Tuck into smoked brisket, whole chicken or nut roast with all the trimmings for less than £15 a head. More menu info here.
Down The Pub With the Legends, Punch Tarmey’s
Fancy spending your Sunday afternoon in the presence of actual sporting legends this week in Liverpool? Book your tickets for Punch Tarmey’s LFC afternoon on Sunday where former reds Bruce Grobberaar and David Johnson join Willie Miller for a match screening and Q&A. Info here.
One For The Kids
Liverpool ONE Spooktacular
There’s a whole host of Halloween fun happening at Liverpool ONE from this Monday. In store activities, a huge street party with Radio City and some brand new, eight legged ‘friends’ who will be watching while you shop. There’s also some fab family films on at the ODEON too. All the info here.
More: Our full guide to October half term in Liverpool is here.
Miracle on Seel Street
The adult only Christmas grotto we LOVED last year is back! Bookings are now being taken for Miracle on Seel Street which is returning, bigger and better from 18th November. Early bird tickets are just £10pp. We can’t wait for mince pie martini’s and all the Christmas tunes. More info here.