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But there’s more to the week than just a massive stack of fluffy gorgeousness, even if that could well be one of the highlights.
And while you’re out in town, you can always make a proper night of it by staying at one of the fantastic city centre iStay aparthotels.
If you’re planning on heading out and about here are 14 things you could be doing this week …
Monday is all about Global Scouse Day, celebrating Liverpool’s favourite dish in all its fabulous forms, whether that’s traditional, blind (veggie), or anything from scouse Pizzas to Chinese-style scouse. Lots of restaurants are taking part, or you could join in at home by using a recipe on the GSD website – then take a pic and spread the love with the hashtag GlobalScouseDay and tag us in for a share.
Matthew Bourne’s ballets are always spectacular and this one is no exception – it’s a family-friendly production influenced by the glitz and glamour of 1930s Hollywood musicals which gives a magical and imaginative take on Tchaikovsky’s classic. On from Tuesday to Saturday.
Liverpool dates are always top of comedian John Bishop’s list when he’s planning a tour, and this latest brand new show – Right Here, Right Now – brings him back to the M&S Bank Arena for two nights of an absolute masterclass in stand-up.
Can you believe Justin Bieber is turning 28 on March 1? Well you better because Camp and Furnace is throwing him a big birthday bash this Friday to celebrate, with a night crammed with all the hits from 2010 to now, his best video moments, live dancers, themed cocktails and a few birthday surprises thrown in. In Furnace, 8pm-1am.
Do it like they do across the Pond and treat yourself to a whopping burger or one of FSK’s other American classics like buffalo hot wings, chilli cheese fries or a salt beef Reuben sandwich. Might even be nice enough to sit out in their lovely back garden to enjoy it.
Exercise doesn’t have to be a miserable slog, it can actually be fun, and Lee Butler’s Ravin’ Fit gets you sweating off the pounds (and about 800 calories per session!) while you’re dancing to some massive anthems. At Lifestyles Walton on Tuesday and Beechwood Rec Centre in Bidston on Wednesday. 7-8pm.
London-based Leeds-born duo Prospa, Harvey Blumler and Gosha Smith, are being touted to be huge. They’re influenced by stadium fillers like The Chemical Brothers and The Prodigy, and bringing 90s house and rave right into now.
Don’t know what you feel like for lunch but know you want something a bit special? Salt House Tapas on the corner of Hanover Street never disappoints and it’s got a set lunch menu from 12 noon onwards, including weekends, so you can get three meat, fish or veggie small plates for £15.95.
Seems like only yesterday we were all about Rihanna, Taylor Swift and One Direction doesn’t it? Well you can go back (just a little bit) in pop time on Saturday at the Arts Club because they’ve got a Call Me Maybe 2010s party on with all the biggest and best of the decade.
If watching And Just Like That got you loving the Sex And The City New York friends all over again, then get to Camp and Furnace on Saturday, get in a round of Cosmos and raise a few glasses to Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte and the sadly no longer with them legend that is Samantha Jones. There’s a 90s/noughties dress code, best show moments and a NYC disco DJ playing tunes from the show.
For a night of really beautiful, powerful music, Inextinguishable at the Phil promises to be a memorable one. The RLPO will perform Carl Nielsen’s Symphony No. 4 Inextinguishable in a programme which also features Mozart’s piano concerto No. 20 (think Amadeus) and the world premiere of Edmund Finnis’ Acts of Waves.
If you think you know everything there is to know about our city, you really don’t until you’ve seen it through the spine-tingling tales of one of the amazing Shiverpool tours. You’ll get a chilling new view of some famous landmarks and some hidden gems, in the ghoulish company of your Shiverpool tour guide.
Sometimes you can’t do better than honest quality pub grub, and The Blackburne in the Georgian Quarter makes that its speciality. Think in-house made sausage and mash, or crispy ale battered fish with hand-cut chunky chips, and there’s a pre-theatre menu if you’re heading to the Everyman or Phil.
Small is beautiful at The Baltimore which has just opened off Rodney Street – it’s only little but it’s intending to pack plenty in, as more of a coffee shop during the day and bar at night. Set over two floors, it’s planning to show live footy, have gigs, quiz nights and movie nights. There’s a private hire space too.
Don’t forget if you’re out in the city centre and want to stay over, iStay has six different fabulous properties to choose from so you’re bound to find one just where you need it.
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