Talk about offering something for everyone. This week in Liverpool we’ve got puppy socials, more footy, pancakes, Independent Women’s Day parties, markets, comedy, George Ezra and er…..Superman and Lois Lane…for real! Grab your faithful side-kick and prepare for a mighty week in the best city in the world.
Dinner times just got a whole lot better thanks to Lobby Lunch at Camp & Furnace. Soups, paninis and bevs from 12-4pm in a cosy, Baltic Triangle setting. More here.
Didn’t quite get your fill from the Premier League Merseyside derby yesterday? Why not head to Anfield and support the U23’s reds and blues clash. Hopefully there’ll be a goal or two! . Tickets here.
Alexandra Burke continues her run playing Rachel Marron in the West End stage production of The Bodyguard at the Liverpool Empire. Runs until Saturday. Tickets here.
If you fancy tucking into a fresh batch of fluffy pancakes (like before the kids get home from school) head this way to check out our top Liverpool eateries serving up flipping fun.
After all those pancakes you might need to invest in some new threads. Why not head to Liverpool Guild and check out the vintage clothing sale from 10am til 5pm. Open to all. Info here.
Don’t wait until the weekend to get into the party mood. Modo’s Blurred Tuesdays brings all the best BritPop and indie classics to Concert Square from 10pm. Info here.
There’s some seriously epic prizes on offer at the Friends Quiz night down at the Baltic Market. Alongside food vendors, beers and gin, you can play to be crowned the king of Friends with a £100 bar tab and more. Info here.
Kicking off its three day take over at Slater Street’s The Merchant, Bundobust offers up very best Indian street food including okra fries, Bundo chaat, Vada prav and lots more. Menus here.
Circo is dedicating Wednesday night to all things Trap! Expect to hear the likes of Lil Pump, Migos, Cardi B, Kodak Black, Drake, Young Thug, Kendrick Lamar, Post Malone and many more! Tickets here.
Something wicked this way comes! Shakespeare’s most brilliant and bloody tale, Macbeth comes to the Epstein from 9th-16th March 2019. Tickets here.
If you treat yourself to lunch or dinner out this week, book a table at Rosa’s Thai Café, Royal Albert Dock. Order the home-made spring rolls and prepare to fall in love with Thai cuisine all over again. Menus here.
World renowned psychic, Sally Morgan, or Psychic Sally as we know her, comes to St Helen’s Theatre Royal for one night only on Thursday. All seats 25. Info and tickets here.
It’s finally here! Liverpool Comic Con takes over Exhibition Centre from 8th-10th March and if you’re into comic book heroes, cult tv and film, cosplay, star meet and greats and official merch, this is the event for you. Tickets here.
Who about this for the ultimate International Women’s Day mash up! Two of the biggest all-girl groups of all time go head to head to provide the best soundtrack ever! Say you’ll be there at Camp & Furnace for Spice Girls V Destiny’s Child from 8pm. Tickets here.
Continuing the IWD celebrations, why not head down to 24 Kitchen Street from 6pm and check out the music, food and ‘things to do’ as SisBis waves the flag for female empowerment! Free entry, more info here.
King of the clever lyrics, George Ezra plays the M&S Bank Arena on Saturday night as part of his first ever headline UK tour, with support from Sigrid! Some tickets remaining here.
There’s a free-entry puppy party at Grand Central Food Bazaar on Saturday from 12pm. Whether you’ve got a pooch or you just love the four legged furry friends, get down there and pet them all. Info here.
Ready for the time of your life? Mashing up a tasty bottomless brunch and one of the greatest films and soundtracks of all time was always going to be a winner. Head to Mulholland Bar from 1pm – 5:30pm for bottomless prosecco and house cocktails (90 mins) and more. Info here.
We’ve seen some pretty epic scenes at Camp & Furnace over the years and this Saturday the venue plays host to the Liverpool Comic Con afterparty. So that’s clearly going to take things up a notch! Expect a dancefloor choker with all your fave pop culture icons. Themed cocktails, special guests and more. Tickets here.
Head to Berry Street to check out the all new “Bombed Out Church Market” set in one of the city’s most iconic locations, will bring an assortment of Artisan creatives, Arts and Crafts & Street food from 11am. Details here.
The BTR Liverpool Half Marathon and 10 Miler kicks off from 9am at the Pier Head this Sunday. Thousands till take to the tarmac to support local causes, so check out the route and cheer them on. Road closures and info here.
Former ‘ITV Chaser’, Paul returns to Liverpool with his life, seemingly, still bordering on disarray. Having spent two decades juggling disparate careers, loneliness, heartbreak, a multitude of vices and an overwhelming urge to show off his general knowledge. You’re invited to laugh at his expense this Sunday at Hot Water Comedy Club. Tickets here.
Sign up with us to receive the latest news, straight to your inbox!