Ah, love is in the air as we answer the call of Cupid this week with so much to love coming up!
If you’re a sizzling single, make the story of how you met that little bit different by mingling at indie markets, finding true love over some killer karaoke or following your heart and falling for hot disco action. Ding-Dong.
Meanwhile, couples can look forward to romantic moments with vow-making Valentine’s menus at some of the city’s most chic and unique restaurants offering specially created courses and celebratory drinks for two…and remember, if your true love happens to be your bestie – book that table because great mates conquer all!
Whether you’re all loved up or all loved out, Liverpool really is the greatest love of all. We feel a song coming on…
Whether you’re hangry, hungover or fancy a hearty brekkie you’ll love this Cook Haus menu inspired by Alpine cuisine including vegan sausage, scrambled tofu, cauliflower and sweet potato hash, veggie black pudding, beans, avocado and mushroom. Oh my. Served until 11.30am.
Meatless Monday returns with stalls including Sane Food Vegan Japanese, Vegan Valentine’s sweets and activities like Vegan-themed face painting and colouring in the Children’s Lounge. Entrance only £3 and free for children under 15. From 5pm ’til 10pm.
Neville Southall, Peter Reid and Joe Royle answer your questions and share incredible stories and insights into life at the club, with auction, raffle, and VIP option to meet the Blues themselves.
A film that’s had everyone’s claws out but make up your own mind as Andrew Lloyd Webber’s record-breaking musical comes to the screen with an all-star cast including Judi Dench, Jennifer Hudson, James Corden, Ian McKellen, Taylor Swift, Rebel Wilson and Idris Elba.
Liven up lunch with an incredible view and superb dishes including Citrus Cured Trout with pickled beets, pomegranate and radish; or how about the brilliantly named Disco Cauliflower with chermoula, harissa, tahini, yoghurt, pomegranate and almonds? Tuesday never tasted so good.
Don’t miss this evening with Joy Less and Sister the Queen filled with comedy, performance and a special screening of Goldie Hawn and Meryl Streep’s cult classic Death Becomes Her. Hilare.
This family-owned restaurant has an incredible wine list along with authentic dishes such as Scallops Da Justino’s – king scallops and baby prawns in a creamy parmesan and mustard sauce, followed by indulgent desserts including homemade pannacotta with fresh strawberry topping.
A bitter-sweet and funny take on letting go and holding on to those voices we miss the most – including two sisters who bicker over texts and a random act of kindness which lightens up a life.
Influential Chicago-based artist Theaster Gates brings this incredible exhibition of sculpture, installation, film and dance exploring the use of art to transform and improve our quality of life.
“All animals are equal but some are more equal than others…” As inequality disrupts the farmyard, take your seats for this rousing adaptation of George Orwell’s classic tale.
Take in the incredible surroundings at one of Liverpool’s most historic pubs and raise a toast to The Phil which was officially named a grade I listed building last week, the first pub in the UK to do so. Congratulations!
Join a cast of Drag darlings including stars of Ru Paul’s Drag Race, Stacy Layne Matthews and Divina De Campo, along with Big Brother legend Nikki Grahame for sheer on-stage naughtiness.
Choose from a Charcuterie Board of fennel salami, chorizo & salchichon; try the parma ham, wild mushroom and fontina pizzette, and enjoy the bustling hospitality of Bacaro over lunch.
Celebrate your love for each other with your love of Lu Ban with your choice of two specially created banquets starting with a glass of sparkling wine on arrival and dishes including shared Cherry blossom dessert with cherry and ruby chocolate.
A gang of hilarious childhood friends turned useless B&Q colleagues journey back to the depths of their childhood nightmares in Colomendy for the first time since 1978. Brilliant, bonkers stuff.
If music be the food of love prepare to fall head-over-heels with this night of romantic Broadway love songs with vocalist Matt Ford joined by celebrated soloists and West End singers. Class.
Sssh! It’s top secret but love is in the air with this three-course secret supper in the romantic setting of Oh Me Oh My at only £25 per person for cute couples or forever friends from 6.30pm -8.30pm.
A three-course Valentine’s menu including scorched mackerel, pickled cucumber and Granny Smith; wild mushroom risotto with truffle oil and tarragon croute, and pear and chocolate trifle with rum cream including Prosecco and pure indulgence at only £55 per couple.
Can’t sing? Love to sing? Let the love flow as you get the gang together to belt out unforgettable anthems from Destiny’s Child, The Beatles, Aerosmith, Kelly Clarkson and loads more! Love it!
Relive the hits of one of the UK’s best singer-songwriters from his days in Genesis to solo success and hit movie soundtracks with this must-see celebration of Phil Collins.
The Liverpool Empire brings the ultimate tribute to 50 years of the one-and-only Tina Turner with live band and vocal talent from X Factor’s Elesha Paul Moses singing decade after decade of hits.
Don’t Stop thinking about tomorrow but let’s spend tonight celebrating Big Love for Fleetwood Mac Wood with remixes and edits courtesy of Fleetmac Wood crafted for dance floor delectation.
Marco Pierre White woos us with sharing dishes including Oriental-style scallops to start, mains including chalk stream trout a la provencal and a trio of desserts for every taste bud. And did we mention, order one Grey Goose French Martini and receive a complimentary glass for your date…
Wrap up and head to St Luke’s to browse from over 60 artisan stalls brought to you by local independent traders with a live DJ soundtrack and street food from 11am until 4pm.
Write your messages of hope on paper doves until 19th April to become part of Liverpool Cathedral’s beautiful art project Peace Doves by Peter Walker marking the 85th anniversary of VE Day on 8th May.
Take a tour of Liverpool’s maritime history and enjoy a sumptuous two-course Sunday lunch including sharing board and vegetarian options and dessert including raspberry and passion fruit pavlova with chantilly cream.
Royal Albert Dock becomes an old romantic as your messages of love are sealed with a kiss and projected onto Mersey Maritime Museum just like Cupid would’ve wanted. Sweet stuff.
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