Following an amazing weekend of music at Sefton Park, this is the very best of what’s on this week in Liverpool. Heswall Live Music Week picks up from where the likes of Nile Rodgers, Kathy Sledge, De La Soul and more left off. Pride in Liverpool celebrations sweep the city from Saturday, while Let’s Rock 80’s Festival brings even more music legends to Croxteth Park.
Temperatures rise again this week so we’ve sorted you some fabulous gin cocktails and great brekkie and a bottomless brunch with a difference. Feel good walks, feel good films and if all else fails, go and get sweaty with Lee Butler at Ravin Fit Walton, this week in Liverpool.
It’s Heswall Live Music Week so if you’re looking for an excuse to head out for great food, drink and live music on the Wirral, this is it! Loads of venues involved and fantastic acts. More info here.
Did you know our very own liver birds have their own brand of gin? Bella & Bertie is now available at must-see attractions RLB 360. Book your tickets to see the city from up high with a proper scouse G&T in your hand. More here.
Its 20 years since this total classic of LGBT cinema hit our screens, the original and best “gay-cure” comedy, hilarious and a perfect start to the Pride In Liverpool week at FACT, Ropewalks. Tickets and info here.
Get your tickets will hear about how cheese is made, discover different styles of Spanish cheeses and taste 12 of our different cheeses with a range of accompaniments, all accompanied by a flight of three wines and a cheese inspired cocktail
Every Tuesday at 7pm, Parr Street based community hub, The Brink offers a free Boxercise Class. Brilliant if you want somewhere to burn off some steam and or calories after work in town. Find out more here.
Hope Street Jaz presents Ballroom Dan at Frederik’s on Tuesday night. Head to Hope Street from 9pm to see this four-piece band perform their own take on some much loved vocal jazz. More info here.
We’re all about good food and drink this week in Liverpool. Mann Island Social is now open on the waterfront and is serving up awesome breakfasts until 3pm. If you’re not drooling a bit looking at this, we can’t be friends. Menus and more here.
More live music for you this week. This time its Wolf Manor who will be playing Duke Street venue Sound on Wednesday night. If you’re into your local bands and a bit of indie/grunge, check it out here.
Liverpool Gin Distillery is serving up a brand new gin cooler, just perfect for a pit stop or to kick start a summer night out on the town. Alongside tasty bar snacks and of course, all your favourite flavours of Liverpool Gin. Find out more here.
Royal Albert Dock has welcomed a new, family-run independent restaurant and we’re super excited about it! The Pie Port serves up freshly baked pies, mash and gravy, 7 days a week. From the legendary bakers at Satterthwaites, you just now this is special. Find out more here.
Pilgrim, part of the new Duke Street Food Market, is celebrating the Festival of St James with a one-off six course tasting menu named ‘The French Way’. Pilgrim’s food is inspired by this ancient pilgrimage so don’t miss your chance to indulge. Info and booking here.
If like us you summer body goals are still a work in progress, get yourself to Lifestyles Walton on Thursday night for Ravin Fit. DJ Lee Butler is back off his hols and joining in the class while Ste Cocky hits the decks. Book here.
The build up to Pride in Liverpool is well underway and Tate Liverpool is hosting a pre-Pride event filled bursting with art, dance, poetry and more. Tate X Pride takes place on Friday from 6:30pm and its free to attend and see the Keith Haring exhibition. More info here.
Do something different this Friday night, help a young comedian win £50 maybe? 15 comedians enter but only one will be crowned the winner. Who wins? You decide. That’s right, this is a comedy night with a twist where the audience holds the power! Find out more here.
An All That x Remy Jude & Kyami – fresh from LIMF 2019 will be performing at the Constellations Summer Garden Session this Friday from 9pm. Along with Melodic Distraction spinning some records, this is the place to spend a Friday night in the Baltic. Info here.
Have you seen the line up for Big Condo’s 4th Birthday at Yard & Coop this week in Liverpool? Royzy Rothchild, Miss Stylie, Lotty, Cash Pound Notes and loads more. There’s also old school pac mac, ball pool baths and more. Info and tickets here.
Still on one of the best brunch deals in the city and certainly one of the most stunning venues to drink and dine in, NYL Restaurant & Bar has got you sorted. Bottomless G&T brunch includes a hot dish from the varied and delicious menu and unlimited continental dishes and G&T, Liverpool Gin of course! Find out more and book here.
Pride in Liverpool is here! A full day long celebration of the city’s LGBTQ+ community. The annual March with Pride returns with a muster at St George’s Hall from 11am then its over to Tithebarn Street and a packed festival site with live music, drag, special guests and loads more. Info here.
Croxteth Park plays host to some of the biggest names in 80’s music this weekend. Let’s Rock 80’s Festival brings The Human League, Tony Hadley, Marc Almond, Midge Ure, Go West, Nick Heyward, Nik Kershaw, Roland Gift, T’Pau, The Real Thing, China Crisis, Altered images and everyone’s favourite flame heard Scouser, Sonia. Tickets and more info here.
The Attic Bar is hosting Can I Kick It on Saturday night, the very best of your favourite throwback hip hop records and RnB jams. Expect music from artists such as A Tribe Called Quest, De La Soul, Jurassic 5, Wu Tang Clan, The Pharcyde and loads more. Free entry too. Info here.
Tusk Baltic hosts its second free pooch friendly soiree on Sunday. This gathering is a chance for dogs and their owners/housemates to get together on a lazy Sunday afternoon, catch up on all the gossip, celebrate the sunshine and try some Tusk Baltic’s legendary Doggy Beer (with assorted doggy snacks). More info here.
Clear your mind and kick off your self-care Sunday with a relaxing walk around Sefton Park with Future Boss Club form 11am. Open to all and VERY pooch friendly, the walk lasts about an hour and is a fun way to meet new people and have a natter! More info here.
Calling all whisky lovers! Red Door, Berry Street is hosting a Monkey Shoulder takeover weekend so if you’re into a top quality dram, this is the Sunday night venue for you. Get up on the roof terrace and raise a toast to summer nights out. Info here.
Calderstones Beach and fun fair has made a welcome return to Calderstones Park and its open 7 days a week. With special visits from all your favourite characters, disco events, magic and loads more, there’s a fab day out down the park for all ages this summer. More info here.
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