There’s no counting down to the Bank holiday weekend in Liverpool, we’re starting as we mean to go on from Monday. With loads of food, live music, roof top parties, film nights, Game of Thrones, Easter Egg hunts and more to come, you’d better get a bottomless brunch booked- you’re going to need it!
Liverpool will remember the 96 on Monday, the 30th anniversary of the tragedy, with a temporary memorial. 96 candle lit lanterns will be placed on the steps at St George’s Hall for the public to pay their respects. More here. #NeverForgotten
This is it! The final chapter in the epic tale. Game of Thrones S8 is being shown on 3 massive screens at
Bierkeller along with a GoT themed buffet banquet and welcome drink. More info here.
With temperatures on the rise and more sunny days forecast, what better way to enjoy the Spring weather than with lunch, dockside at Gusto. Kids eat for just £1 Monday – Friday through the Easter holidays too. Menus and more here.
Melodic Distraction’s Open Decks workshops are back and now in their forever home at Kazimier Stockroom. Third Tuesday of every month, from 7pm -10pm you can get behind those wheels of steel and hone your craft. More info here.
DJ Lee Butler is back at New Brighton’s Floral Pavilion with another session of the brilliant Ravin Fit. All your fave club tunes, glow sticks and burning calories with your mates! Book in and check other dates here.
It’s all eyes (and appetites) on Claremont Farm as The Wirral Bake Off 2019 takes place from 7:30pm. Prepare to be part of the luckiest audience this Spring as you tuck into a number of slices of the Wirral’s best cake and help decide who is crowned the winner. Tea, coffee, cake and alcohol is also available to buy. More info and tickets here.
It’s the Champions League, quarter final second leg clash between Porto and Liverpool on Wednesday night. Kick off is at 8pm and District is screening the game live with live music from Ben Burke. More info here.
Bohemian Rhapsody is on at the Liberty Tavern film club on Wednesday night from 7pm. For £20pp you get a drink in arrival, popcorn, seat for the film and a snack too. Find out more and book here.
Easter weekend at Baltic Market begins on Thursday night with half-price prosecco and Friday is all about the disco fever. Free to enter all weekend there’s drinks deals, street food, live music and more. Info here.
2019m is the 40th anniversary of Monty Python’s The Life Of Brian and where better to sit back and watch this legendary comedy epic than on the big screen at FACT – the day before Good Friday? Book here.
Back for it 3rd year, Good Mixer bring all your favourite indie tracks to Sound, Duke Street for an evening of pure 90’s indulgence. Think the Krazyhouse, 1996! More here.
Did you know that the stunning Dash, restaurant and bar, Victoria Street is now serving up an amazing sushi menu? Get some glitter in your cocktails and tuck into the freshest, tantalising seafood to kick start your bank holiday. Menus here.
Kick off your bank with classic soul and rnb anthems with the one and only Trevor Nelson! Back at Camp & Furnace on Good Friday, the godfather of UK soul is on the decks from 10pm. Tickets available here.
Strictly fans will be flocking to the Auditorium at M&S Bank Arena on Friday as pro dancer, Kevin Clifton brings his show ‘Burn the Floor’ to Liverpool for one night only. Get your dancing shoes on and book your tickets here.
It’s all going off at PopWorld this bank holiday weekend. The Easter Bunny is hosting his very own weekend long house party, expect drinks offers, big beats and boss bank holiday vibes. More here.
Whether you’re just starting your bank holiday fun or refuelling after a mad Friday, get to NYL Restaurant & Bar, North John Street for bottomless G&T brunch. All the Liverpool Gin and loads of amazing brekkie. More here.
You’re invited to a massive ‘ When I Grow Up’ party at Camp & Furnace as Sink the Pink brings your childhood dreams to life – for one night only. Expect huge shows, bad behaviour and a brill atmosphere. More info and tickets here.
The entire Constellations site will be a hive of activity this weekend as everyone’s favourite indie venue celebrates its 5th birthday with music, happenings and a brand new summer menu. Full event listing here.
This Easter Sunday, Grand Central have planned an Easter Egg Hunt with a twist! Fancy winning a night stay in the Deluxe Grand Central Hotel room, with breakfast, show tickets, champagne or a bar tab? Then hop on down to Grand Central. More here.
Non-stop nostalgia and a right 80s knees up is the name of the game at Tainted Love at Camp and Furnace on Easter Sunday from 8pm. Don your best neon, fishnets, double denim, whatever and get ready to get down. Tickets here.
How about this for an Easter Sunday DJ set? Friendly Fires are heading to 24 Kitchen set to spin the wheels of steel with tunes that have inspired their own award winning albums. Tickets £10 here.
A lovely way to spend a sunny bank holiday Monday with all the family. Allerton Manor is supporting R Charity with an Easter Egg hunt in the beautiful grounds of Allerton Golf Course. Search for bunnies, get involved with Easter crafts and go home with a certificate too. More info and booking here.
Possibly Spielberg’s most thrilling, fun and inspiring adventure film, The Goonies is on the big screen at FACT this Bank Holiday Monday at 3pm. The perfect way to veg out and cure your weekend hangover. Goonies never say die! Tickets here.
From 11m til 3pm you can have a mooch around the stalls at Siren, St James Street as it brings an Easter Monday Market to the Baltic. Expect jewellery, cake, coffee, clothing, art, crafts and more. Info here.
Bedlam is back at Garlands for a Bank Holiday Monday blow out! Expect all the original bangers plus clothes and toys on the ceiling, original DJ’s, ice lollies, the boudoir and more. Tickets here.
Whatever you are up to in and around our city over the next 7 days you can plan your journey with Merseyrail here. Ditch the car and jump on the train!
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