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This week in Liverpool we’re getting in nice and early on the Halloween action. The highly anticipated Albert Dock Pop Up Floating Cinema returns, the Kaumba Drummers bring their parade to the city streets, swiftly followed by thousands of scousers in brightly coloured Barry wigs and there’s not one, but two huge chart topping girl groups in town too.
Just look at that! Start your week with a belting brekkie at The Little Shoe, situated at the Heritage Centre, St George’s Hall. This hidden gem serves up a whole host of breakfast and lunch dishes on week days. More info here.
The awesome foursome are back at the M&S Arena on Monday and Tuesday night. Little Mix will be rocking the waterfront with two dates this week. ‘The LM5 Tour’ will see all your fave hits performed in a spectacular live show. Who’s going to both? Info here.
Calling all fashion fans! You can now see the amazing Westwood exhibition at The Atkinson in Southport. It’s free, open Monday to Saturday 10am until 4pm and features loads of amazing clothes, accessories and photography. Info here.
Autumn is the perfect time to enjoy a hearty lunch and Gusto, Albert Dock has launched a brand new menu with lots of good mood food. Choose from sharing pizza breads, honey glazed duck and balsamic, salmon fillet, lamb rump and lots more. See the new menu here.
Lee Butler is back helping you to get fighting fit at Ravin’ Fit this week. Get your tickets now for the Floral Pavilion on Tuesday night and prepare to throw it down like you’re in the club. It’s the best fun you can have while burning a shed load of calories. Tickets here.
Les Miserables continues its run at the Liverpool Empire this week. Don’t miss your chance to see this heart felt tale of unrequited love in 19th century France. We can categorically say we shed a little tear…or two! Tickets and more info here.
If you’ve not yet seen Keith Haring at Tate Liverpool, why not book onto the Curator-led talk event on Wednesday and get a real insight into the life and vibrant work of the artist? The 3pm session will delve into Haring’s activist works, including political dictatorship, racism, homophobia, drug addiction, AIDS awareness. More info here.
Sp no one told you watching all that telly in the 90’s and 00’s could result in a boss night out filled with useless but fun knowledge about Rachel’s hair, Joey’s favourite sub and what were they feeding smelly cat? Get in on the action for just £5 and be crowned the Friends champ. Info here.
Game On is back at District with a full on fan experience as Genk take on the mighty reds on Wednesday night. Pre match entertainment from Keiron Molyneux starts from 6:30pm and it’s just £6 entry. Strictly over 18’s. Info here.
Video Odyssesy is hosting possibly the most perfect Thursday night ever. A screening of the classic Mean Girls, with live performances, sing alongs, dance routines and themed cocktails! More info here.
Final release tickets are selling fast for the ultimate Disney quiz night at Camp & Furnace on Thursday. Quizney will test your knowledge of all things Mickey and pals. From 1937 to 2019, how many theme songs, characters and magic spells do you know? Tickets here.
The one and only, the legend Martha Reeves is back in Liverpool to play a one night only gig at Hangar 34 on Thursday night. Accompanied by The Vandellas, this powerhouse of Motown will have you dancing in the street after their live set in the Baltic. Some tickets here.
It’s known as the city’s biggest and cheapest Thursday night out – in fact its free entry if it’s your birthday month! Shit Indie Disco Throwback Thursday is on at Electrik with two floors of indie, pop, rnb, hip hop, whatever! There’s Koka noodles for the end of the night crew and all the usual cheap ale madness. More info here.
From Friday 25th October, Lady Lever Art Gallery is hosting an exhibition by Henri Matisse (1869-1954), one of the 20th-century’s most influential artists, as part of Wirral Year of Culture. Matisse: Drawing with Scissors will feature 35 posthumous prints of the famous cut-outs that the artist produced in the last four years of his life when confined to his bed. More info here.
Koukash Bar & Grill, Sir Thomas Street has just revealed it’s brand new look and with it comes a Friday drinks promo we can all enjoy. Fiesta Friday’s offers £15 bottles of prosecco and 2 for £12 on selected cocktails and G&T’s in the city’s newest Insta-worthy bar. Check it out here.
Halloween has officially begun in Liverpool as Scare Project UK launches its brand new walk-through fright attraction, The Asylum. Opening at Camp & Furnace from Friday, this walk through horror attraction is suitable for those age 14 and upwards. The story goes – someone knocked down a wall to redevelop more of the Baltic and what they found inside should never see the light of day! Sheesh! More info here.
Luke Jerram’s Museum of the Moon opens at Birkenhead Town Hall this weekend. For opening weekend, Museum of the Moon will be open from 11am on Friday 25 and Saturday 26 October, with last entry at 6pm each day. Museum of the Moon will then be open Wednesdays – Saturdays, plus an additional opening on Tuesday 29 October during school half-term. Find out more here.
NYL, North John Street has relaunched its Bottomless Brunch! Available on Saturdays from 11am until 3pm you can now enjoy unlimited prosecco, G&T’s or Corona for 90 mins along with a seriously delicious menu! More here.
The incredible Katumba Halloween Parade returns to the city on 26th October. This years theme is Dark to Light. The parade will kick off at 8pm on Bold Street and makes its way to Liverpool ONE. All the info here.
ooh er there’s going to be murder on the dance floor at Constellations on Saturday as LOST brings its Halloween show down to the Baltic. DJ’s Dan Fresco and Liam Ross will be on the decks with all the biggest disco, dance and tech house anthems. Tickets here.
Multi-award winning Comedian, author and presenter Russell Kane performs live at the M&S Bank Arena Auditorium on Sunday. The Fast and the Curious Tour takes a hilarious look at every day life, love and family! Find out more and grab the last tickets here.
The Arriva Scouse 5k returns to the city streets this week in Liverpool. Starting at Lime Street at 9:30am on Sunday and making its way around the Georgian Quarter and back down to Church Street – there’s still time to register and get your hands on that belter medal! £20 for adults, £15 for kids. More info here.
Stop the cuteness, we can’t take it! BrewDog is hosting its annual dog friendly Howl’oween puppy parade event from 11am on Sunday. There’s spooky costumes, pup cakes an dog beer! The parade sets off at 12 and returns to the bar to give out prizes and have a good old natter. Info here.
Planning on saying I Do in 2020? Get yourselves down to Hinterlands in the Baltic on Sunday where they’re hosting a wedding open day from 12pm until 5pm. Don’t even tell your fella, just plan a drink in the Baltic and drop in, it’ll be really funny! Check out all this truly unique venue has to offer. Info here.
The Albert Dock Pop Up Floating Cinema returns to the waterfront this week with a whole host of family friendly Halloween films. Caspar, Hocus Pocus, Beetlejuice, Addams Family and the Nightmare Before Christmas are showing right through half term. Tickets and more info here.
There’s a whole host of interactive attractions and more than 2 million bricks for families to get hands on with this week in Liverpool. Head to Exhibition Centre Liverpool from 25th – 27th October to build your next masterpiece at BrickLive! Info here.
Oh My Days! Have you seen the line up for Kisstory Presents The Blast Off Tour? Coming to the M&S Bank Arena in March 2020, the absolute cream of the crop of 90’s hip hop and rnb is coming to Liverpool. We’re talking Mya, Shaggy, Salt N Peppa, Blu Cantrell, Fat Man Scoop and….wait for it….Nelly! Get your tickets and find out more here.
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