This week in Liverpool is packed with film nights, quizzes, comedy and theatre, basically there’s something for everyone. Foodie wise there’s a brand new French pop up in the Georgian Quarter, we’re brunching all day on Castle St and there’s a Sunday roast and cabaret show on offer at Grand Central Hall.
It’s Martini o’clock at Tusk, Comedians take on Rappers at Hot Water, Brian McFadden plays the Cavern and the menacing Sweeney Todd is back in town on Hope Street. Anyone need a trim?
From premium bacon butties (or bottomless brunch) to get you started and the likes of Rib Eye Steak, Pan Fried Salmon and more, we could quite happily dine at Castle St Townhouse all day long! More here.
If you’re looking for a fab way to unwind after all the Grand National madness, head to Dramshop, Gradwell St and watch Marilyn do her thing in Some Like It Hot from 6pm. Free entry and free popcorn.
Every Monday night the team at Sanctuary Tap, Castle St challenge you and your team to beat their quiz Mistress Jayne Smith with all things general knowledge. Arrive from 6:30pm to nab a spec. Info here.
If you think you know the story of Swan Lake, think again! The amazing Matthew Bourne’s Swan lake comes to the Empire from 9th – 13th April with an award-winning, modern take on a classic tale. Tickets here.
We love a brand new food concept and now Free State Kitchen, Maryland St is launching pop up, Le Petit Marche on Tuesday at 9pm. Expect a delicious 5 course tasting French feast with each course paired with a stunning wine. More here.
Where better to represent your house than in a huge quiz at the Baltic Market on Tuesday night? Last few tickets available for this mega quiz where someone will be crowned the king of quidditch. Tickets here.
With the weather staying fine we’re going for a taste of Spain for lunch on Wednesday. Head to Lunyalita on the beautiful Royal Albert Dock for the finest and freshest tapas with a first class view.
Former Westlife star and regular at Bongo’s Bingo, Brian McFadden will be performing live at The Cavern on Wednesday night with tracks from his up and coming album. Info here.
You know the script. Lost brings the biggest house, techno and disco to Hangar 34 on Wednesday for an end of term blow out. Cheap drinks and good times. Info here.
You don’t have to be even remotely into darts to soak up the atmosphere at the Unibet Premier League Darts at the M&S Bank Arena on Thursday. Think Bongo’s Bingo without the coco pops! Tickets here.
Looking for an iconic venue in which to enjoy a pint this weekend? Make it St Luke’s Berry Street as the Beer and Cider Festival brings more than 150 real ales and 50 ciders to Liverpool. Tickets here.
Dale St pub The Ship & Mitre invites you to test your GoT knowledge with an epic quiz from 6pm on Thursday. Dress as your fave character, get stuck in to the drinks specials and remind Jon Snow he knows nottin! Info here.
There’s live music in the courtyard and ALL the gin on offer at Constellations this weekend as Gin Fever brings a two day festival to the Baltic. Cocktails bars, music, street food, all at one amazing venue. Tickets here.
The one and only RNB legend, Alexander O’Neal plays the Liverpool Olympia on Friday night. Get ready to belt out Criticize, If You Were Here Tonight, Never Knew Love Like This and loads more. Tickets here.
There’s a brand new night, bursting with sophistication at Tusk Food & Drink on Friday. It’s £10 in and you receive a free drink and a variety of tasters from the new Martini menus! Scousetini anyone? Info here.
Remember Little Mo from EastEnders? Actress Kacey Ainsworth joins a brilliant cast to bring the brutal story of Sweeney Todd back to life for Everyman Theatre audiences. Would you sit in the barber chair? Tickets here.
It’s going to get personal at Hot Water Comedy Club on Saturday as the comedians take on the battle rappers in a serious of sly ‘ya ma’ type slurs for your entertainment. Tickets here.
Life is just a party and parties weren’t meant to last! The legend, the man, the symbol, Prince gets his very own Late Wake Club celebration on Saturday night. Raspberry berets optional. Tickets here.
What better way to spend a Sunday in Liverpool than wandering around the pop up brands and tasty food on offer at Royal Albert Dock? There’s craft workshops for the kids, a chocolate safari and lots more to explore. Info here.
The only way to make a Sunday roast even better is with a brilliant live cabaret show at Grand Central Hall, Renshaw street. Book your tickets and prepare to be enthralled – and not just with the top class roast! Info here.
It’s just a jump to the left to enjoy The Rocky Horror Picture Show on the mega big screen at Woodside Drive In Cinema on Sunday evening. Head to Birkenhead before 7pm to get your spot and stock up on snacks. Info here
Never mind one for the kids, we’ve got 33 things you can do with the kids this Easter holidays on Merseyside. Head this way for our listing and get ready for two weeks of fun.
Whatever you are 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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