If you aren’t feeling festive just yet then don’t panic, this week in Liverpool is more Christmassy than ever with tonnes of things for you, and all the family to get up to.
We have got mass Christmas karaokes, German Christmas Market, movies inside our most beautiful building, and you can even be transported back to the 1940’s for A Very Vintage Christmas on Exchange Flags.
So get the tinsel out, throw a load of pigs in blankets in the oven and get set for the week before Christmas in the greatest city on Earth.
Start your day with a healthy breakfast, enjoy fresh ground coffee, and enjoy the convenience of Vegan and Gluten-free options in this gorgeous, independent coffee shop.
Sefton Park Playhouse will be transformed into a winter wonderland this week. The Grinch kicks off three days of family fun and Christmas movies with Polar Express and The Snowman also on this week.
Join the hottest names in comedy at Hot Water with a triple extravaganza of ones-to-watch seven days a week.
The classic movie comes to the stage in this sentimental extravaganza set during a New York Christmas as six year-old Susan meets a department store Santa who claims to be the real Father Christmas…
Catch Stormzy signing copies of his new release, Heavy is the Head, from 12pm. Guarantee your place by preordering your copy. Not bad for a Tuesday, hey?
It’s Christmas! The stunning cinema rings in the launch of Home Alone, Love Actually and a full week of pretty much every festive film you love. Grab a mulled wine at the bar (which remains open throughout the film), fill yourself up with popcorn, sit back and enjoy the likes of Die Hard, The Greatest Showman and many more.
The stunning, annual carol concert is filled with Christmas spirit in support of disabled and disadvantaged children living across Merseyside.
Liverpool’s own Catalonian inspired restaurant is serving up a banquet like no other for Christmas. If you love tapas and plenty of festive cheer then this is for you.
Make it a festive afternoon that you won’t forget this week in the surroundings of the city centre’s stunning Beatles-inspired hotel.
Watch Radio City Breakfast’s gorgeous Leanne Campbell as she takes to the stage in Christmas classic, Cinderella, alongside Union J star JJ Hamblett inside the hidden gem that is the M&S Bank Arena Auditorium.
Retrace your family’s festive footsteps! Grab a selfie with this historic Father Christmas who visited Blackler’s department store every Christmas from 1957-to-1988 and while you are there let the kids take on Little Liverpool and lots more.
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Hungry? How about a delicious Christmas menu – including a foot-long pig in a blanket – with a side-serving of spectacular views of St George’s Hall and Lime Street Plateau.
A successful single mum is about to get the promotion she’s been working round-the-clock for in this Christmas comedy, but as Christmas Eve arrives, Carol wonders if it really is all worth it? Starring Eithne Browne.
There’s an actual Christmas Pizza available now at Santa Maluco on Castle Street with stuffing, turkey, cranberry & chicken gravy. You can then wash it down with a portion of pigs in blankets or salt and pepper sprouts!
Were you lucky enough to get a ticket? If so gather for the launch of the Sgt. Peppers Beatles Listening experience at Dr. Martin Luther King Building, Albert Dock, where this immersive sound experience brings a live Beatles performance to life.
Wrap up warm and head to the Pier Head this Christmas for a magical festive experience on ice. Get your skates on, take on the huge ice slide and grab a Crimbo Crepe at one of the many food and drink stalls.
Step back in time to the 1940’s with live Christmas music from the era, festive food, drink, crafts and of course, a very vintage market. It’s here for three days so lots of chances for you to visit and take a festive trip back in time.
Receive a free cocktail on arrival and host your own karaoke party for up to eight friends at one of the themed winter lodges set in Liverpool’s very own Hampton’s hideaway.
Join the Bierkeller dancers for this traditional German-themed extravaganza as Bavarian hospitality hits Camp and Furnace.
Essex folk hero, Beans on Toast plays tracks from his December 2019 release ‘The Inevitable Train Wreck’ as well as the older releases that made him a legend.
There’s an incredible Santa experience waiting for you this Christmas at Otterspool Adventure. It features a dazzling grotto with gift, gingerbread-making, make a bear workshop, Cinderella live, ice skating, and more. This Saturday it all starts with Breakfast with the man himself.
It’s your last chance to get festive at Liverpool Christmas Market, which closes Monday 23rd. Plenty of bars, food stalls and gift shops, you can also take on the huge big wheel to get great views of the city and take the kids on the Christmas fun fair.
Grab your Santa hat and sing-a-long at Santa’s very own Scouse Christmas party with on-screen lyrics, bevvies galore, and lots of festive prizes all in the comfort of our beloved Constellations in the Baltic Triangle.
We love Dead Crafty Beer! A family run beer lovers paradise on Dale Street. This Saturday you can test your Christmas knowledge over a beer & a mince pie as Top Rope Ben digs out his Santa suit and sprays his beard white for another shoutout to silly season.
Call into the new Kate Spade NY pop-up, jump onboard The Polar Adventure and celebrate the season with festive drinks at Bar Hütte as Liverpool ONE opens from 11am until 5pm with extended shopping hours through the week too.
From 12pm, feast on pizza and bottomless drinks for just £25 per person as you welcome the Christmas spirit with all your favourite seasonal tunes from The Bublé.
Be good to yourself with a heartwarming winter roast served in the city centre by Liverpool restaurant royalty. Can’t argue with that.
From 7pm until 11pm, join TV comedy overachiever and lovely Liverpool fella, Neil Fitzmaurice for questions on sport, general knowledge, music, film, history and entertainment.
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