What an incredible weekend that was. Like off the scale! We’ve started this week from Tuesday because frankly, who was up for doing anything other than discussing the game and the parade on Monday? Watch all our Champions League Final coverage here.
It is a HUGE week for music in the city. Take That, Jess Glynne, Kelly Jones, The Kaiser Chiefs and The Pink Floyd Experience all perform live with brand new theatre shows at the Liverpool Empire and Royal Court, where poor Smigger’s head has fallen off! Elsewhere we’re got new summer menus, cocktails and more footy action as England take on Scotland in the Women’s World Cup, is right girls!
Did you know Castle Street Coffee serves up an amazing brunch menu 7 days a week? Dine from 7:30am (on weekdays) on generous helpings of pancakes, ‘on toast’ eggs, bacon, sausage, yoghurt, porridge and these amazing meat and veggie buoys! All with a first class coffee of course. Menus and more here.
Think Oceans 11 meets The Marx Brothers and the result is this absolute cracker at the Liverpool Empire. A Comedy about a Bank Robbery is a hilarious comedy set in the summer of ’58 when slapstick capers surround a priceless diamond robbery. Tickets here.
The Kaiser Chiefs play Liverpool Guild, Mountford Hall on Tuesday night. This is the rescheduled gig and somehow there’s still tickets available. Doors at 6pm, tickets here.
Our favourite little bit of Scouse Manhattan, NYL Restaurant & Bar has launched an unmissable summer menu of small plates and new cocktails, perfect for lunch time grazing with friends. Ribs, king prawn skewers, pizettes, straw fries and delectable desserts. Menu and booking here.
Get involved with the QT Quiz on the first Wednesday of the month for a bout of alternative pub trivia here in the Kazimier Garden. It’s only £1 per team to enter and there’s a prize for the winners. Expect random rounds and good times. Info here.
Have you seen the size of the earth? Head to Liverpool Cathedral and check out Gaia, The Earth. A 23ft replica of our amazing planet as seen from space by NASA. It’s actually stunning. All the info here.
109 Allerton is now under new ownership as Peel & Coconut chef and restauranteur Ray Taylor brings new healthy and wholesome dishes to the menu. You can stack your own burger, tuck into loaded flatbreads, superfood bowls and much more. Menus here.
It’s all eyes back on Anfield on Thursday as Take That perform their Greatest Hits Tour live at the reds’ stadium. There’s still some tickets available plus hospitality here. Neeeeeeeveerrrr Forget all the top tunes and sing your little heart out!
What a day for music! Stereophonics’ Kelly Jones performs live at Liverpool Philharmonic on Thursday night too. Expect to hear some greatest hits from 10 Stereophonics albums plus tracks rarely performed live from Kelly’s solo career. Last few tickets here.
Ahhhh poor Smigger is having a midlife crisis, all he wants to do is go back to the 70’s and get on the dancefloor with his beloved Donna, but baby sitting duties for his grandkid have gotten in the way. Prepare to dance from Scottie Rd to Prestatyn as Smigger tries to recapture his youth with hilarious consequences. Tickets here.
How do you fancy an evening of 90s nostalgia on the Mersey with the sounds of pure pop perfection this Friday night? Jump on board a Mersey Ferry for a 90’s party night featuring everything from Britney to the Spice Girls, and all the boy band cheese! Tickets here.
Imagine experiencing a complete performance of Pink Floyd’s epoch-making album, The Dark Side of the Moon right here in Liverpool. Well you can, this Friday at Grand Central Hall. There’s also music from Meddle, The Wall, Wish You Were Here and The Division Bell and loads more. Tickets and info here.
Jess Glynne returns to the North West on Friday to perform live at Haydock Racecourse. You know the hits! PRepare to sing along with All I Am, I’ll Be There, Hold My Hand and more. Tickets here.
The Wirral Real Ale Trail invites you to spend Saturday visiting some of the best Real Ale pubs in the area, without worrying about who’s driving! Buses arrive every 30 – 45 minutes at each venue between 11am and 10pm and there’s over 50 real ales to try, live music and awesome food. Info here.
Where better to celebrate World Gin Day than at Liverpool Gin Distillery. There’s free samples on offer and double G&T’s are just £5. There’s also a special offer on the amazing Gin Lab experiences too. Info here.
We’re all about the bubbles this weekend in Liverpool and Revolution Cavern Quarter has a brilliant deal on. Pizza and bottomless prosecco for 2 hours for £25 per head. Yeah go on! Info and booking here.
Constellations Garden is hosting an all dayer raising much needed funds for Sunflowers on Saturday. From 2pm you can see/hear the likes of No Fakin’, Pooky, Elliot Hutchinson, Radio Exotica, Dash, Mixnots and Grooveyard. Entrance is free but stick a donation in the bucket for this amazing cancer charity supporting patients, their families and carers. Info here.
Just because the weather isn’t looking too clever for the weekend, it doesn’t mean you can’t have a ball, literally! Head to Roxy Ball Room, Rainford Square and wrack up some wins on the bowling lanes, putting green, ping pong table and shuffle boards, all under one roof. More here.
Crosby will become a sea of green on Sunday as the annual Beside The Seaside walk takes place, raising money for Clatterbridge Cancer Charity. Get involved and choose from either 5km or 8km routes and everyone is welcome. Bring the dog! Info here.
Every Saturday and Sunday from 10am – 2pm, the Alchemist will be embracing the mystical tradition of the Summer Solstice, with a special twist on the traditional Bottomless Brunch. You can enjoy any brunch dish and 3 cocktails for £25 or make it bottomless for £35. Chilled beats, refreshing drinks and the best company. Weekend brunch sorted. Menus here.
Do you wanna build a snowmaaaaaan? Head down to Lovelocks Coffee Shop from 5pm and show off your infinite character, song and storyline knowledge with a few drinks. £3 entry. Info here.
After a phenomenal weekend of footy last week, it’s down to the girls to continue the winning streak. The Merchant, Slater Street is showing England V Scotland in the Women’s World Cup. Kick off is at 5pm. More info here.
If you haven’t spend an afternoon having a kick about, playing on the swings or flying a kite at Otterspool, are you even a parent? Fab news, Otterspool Adventure just upped the ante with a brand new crazy golf course. Check it out here and get putting!
The Williams BMW Liverpool International Tennis Tournament returns to Liverpool Cricket Club on 19th-23rd June 2019. Expect a host of amazing talent on the court, a few famous faces and a fabulous day out. Tickets and full line up available here.
Whatever you’re up to in and around our city over the next 7 days you can plan your journey with Merseyrail here. Ditch the car and jump on the train!
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