We’re motoring on through September with tonnes of brilliant event this week in Liverpool. The freshers are here, so club nights and messiness steps up a level, both LFC and EFC are in action at the weekend, there’s not one but to charity run events taking place, plus new markets, vegan delights, cocktail festivals and wrestling!
You know those Monday’s when you just need a cocktail, for a fiver? The Club House at Liverpool ONE continues its month long cocktail festival with 10 sublime concoctions for just £5 each from Sunday to Friday from midday. More info here.
Phase One, Seel Street is launching a brand new meat free/plant based festival type event on Monday. Having carefully selected the very best in northwest vegan street food vendors, live music, plastic free stall – this is one for all the family and dogs. More info here.
The freshers are here! Modo Concert Square is welcoming students to our fair city with £1 entry and a free tequila shot on Monday night, may as well start as you mean to go on! More info here.
Every Tuesday you can tuck into 3 delicious small plates and a cocktail at Dash, Victoria Street for just £25. Choose from duck spring rolls, chicken satay skewers, super food salad and more. Menus and booking here.
The magic of Motown comes alive in Liverpool this week as Motown the Musical arrives at the Liverpool Empire on Tuesday. Running until Saturday this is your chance to hear all the greats and the story behind one of the most popular and influential genres of music. Tickets here.
It’s all down to District on Tuesday as Napoli plays host to the reds. There’s live music, the big screen showing the game and the next best thing to being at the game. More info here.
The New Bootle Indoor Market is open from this Wednesday. With 34 stalls filled with curiosities and a cafe on site, why not take yourself down to Bankhall Street and have a mooch – Del Boy style? More info here.
Elation is back and will be transforming EBGB’s tunnel with a full on lighting production on Wednesday night from 10:30pm. Expect all night house & disco, decor, inflatables, freebies, student drink deals from just £1 and big beats. More info here.
It’s your last chance to catch The Menlove Avenue Murdery Mystery at the Royal Court Theatre this week. Watch what happens as retired-from-Fords , tv crime fan, Eddie goes all Columbo when his neighbour dies, murder mystery or not! Tickets here.
We are LOVING the burgers at Slim’s new diner on Bold Street, so much so, we’ve been back twice this week already. The fillet of fish is a delight, teamed with Lo Pan fries and Oreo waffles, get involved! More info here.
In their own words, Cherrybomb at The Arts Club introduces “5 powerhouses of the Liverpool music scene with a taste for rebellion. Conducted by Katherine Murphy and the revelry provided by Stephi LaReine, Ash Summers, Raven Skobe and Zuzu, this was never going to be ‘’just another club night.” More here.
Calling all 24 hour party people, well, freshers! Hangar 34 is hosting one hell of a club night packed with trance, acid house, techno, garage and all the classics. Get down there from 10:30pm on Thursday, tickets here.
One of the city’s most stylish bars celebrates its 2nd birthday on Friday. Lock & Key, Duke Street is marking the occasion with drinks giveaways, live music from Louisiana and of course, loads of pizza on the house! More info here.
Tusk Baltic is upping the ante with its vegan steak night! Showcasing their plant-based, ultra juicy steak cuts with all the trimmings – triple cooked thick cut chips, vegan Bearnaise sauce and veggies plus vegan craft ales and wine. Book in here.
Grand Central on Renshaw Street is hosting the OWE, Oriental Wrestling Entertainment this week and Friday marks day three. The elite are flocking from around the UK and China to compete for gold. Check out the full line up here.
A massive variety of health, beauty and household products will be available at LABL Vegan Fair Liverpool – Live A Better Life at St George’s Hall on Saturday. Doors open at 10am. More info here.
The last ever Splash Dash for Claire House is taking place on Saturday at Sefton Park. Merseyside’s messiest 5K is open to the whole family to run, walk, toddle or dance yourself round the course, getting covered in powdered paint at five colour stations on the way! Sign up here.
There’s one hell of a tribute show lined up for Camp & Furnace on Saturday. From 2pm you;ll see and hear all the greats (tributes) such as Bowie, Oasis, Queen, The Beatles and more plus street food stalls. More info here.
It’s just £3 on the door this week in Liverpool at Baltic Social for a night of FULL ON Prince fun – all the best in Prince tunes, Prince inspired cocktails, boozes, an hour of Prince rock-e-oke and much more Prince madness. More info here.
Boss deal from Salt Dog Slim’s on Seel Street this. Every Saturday and Sunday between 1pm and 5pm you can tuck into any dog or grilled cheese and combine it with bottomless Bloody Marys or Espresso Martinis for £25 per person. More here.
Grab your trainers, the kids and the dog and head to Croxteth Park on Sunday to take part in the Alder Hey Children’s Charity Run Together 5km fun run. The family-friendly fun begins at 10am and you can run, job, walk, skip, cartwheel your way around the course while raising vital funds for Alder Hey. Info here.
The Royal Liver Building’s The Venue is holding a Wedding Open Day on Sunday from 12pm until 4pm. This is a free to attend event and gives couples, their friends and families the opportunity to imagine their dream wedding day in the city’s most iconic building. More info here.
Get yourself down to Punch Tarmey’s at Cain’s Brewery Village to watch all the sporting action this weekend including Everton V Sheffield and Chelsea V Liverpool on Sunday. Pint, bowl of Irish Stew and the match. Winner. More info here.
From now until 25th October its just £10 per person entry fee at Knowsley Safari on Monday to Friday this week in Liverpool. With so much to see and do both in the car and on foot, why not treat the kids or the pre-school tiddlers to a walk on the wild side! Find out more here.
The Totally Football Show heads to the Epstein Theatre on Monday 25th November for its first ever event in Liverpool! James Richardson and Producer Ben will be joined on stage by Rafa Honigstein (author of the Jurgen Klopp biography) and more. There’ll be puns and punditry, stats and sarcasm, football tales far too cheeky for the regular show, and prizes for the best audience questions of the night. Tickets here.
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