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This week is Liverpool is a biggie. Alongside the usual line up of top class restaurants and bars, the M&S Bank Arena and Liverpool ONE prepare to host the 2019 Vitality Netball World Cup. With more than 100,000 tickets sold and teams jetting in from as far away as New Zealand, the city is about to get very busy.
We’ve lined up the best club nights, dining deal, family fun and more to get you up and out enjoying the sunny, summer days in Liverpool. Ready to make your move?
Why not make the most of the light Summer mornings with a Monday morning yoga session at One Fine Day? Stretch and energise your day with a 7.15am – 8.15am session before grabbing some fruit and granola and heading off into work with a smile? Book here.
The Baltic Social kicks off summer with a culinary treat on Monday, 50% off its brand new menu from 5pm! Booking is essential. Find out more here.
This fella had us in stitches on America’s Got Talent. Since receiving rave reviews stateside his truly unique, one-man show has gone on to reach more than 51 million people worldwide and this week he’s at The Epstein. Tickets and more info here.
Green Day’s explosive rock musical, American Idiot comes to the Liverpool Playhouse Theatre for three nights this week to mark the show’s 10th anniversary and the 15th anniversary of the Grammy Award winning original album. Tickets here.
Tuesday’s just got awesome if you’re into ale! Each Tuesday Castle Street’s Sanctuary Tap is now offering “Bottomless Ales” for just £20pp. Order one of their famous homemade “Pie and Mash” dishes (Veggie options available) and enjoy unlimited Ales or Lager for 1 hour. More info here.
Think you know all of Liverpool’s hidden gems? Treasure Hunt Liverpool invites you tom take on a city wide scavenger hunt with your mates and your phone to see if you can out wit Captain Bess. There’s scheduled pub stops and hints if you get stuck, but we’re far too competitive to ask for help! Will you? Info here.
Imagine celebrating your big day at the city’s most iconic building! The Venue at the Royal Liver Building is hosting a Wedding Open Day on Wednesday from 5pm until 8pm. Drop in after work and see just how amazing this waterfront venue is. No tickets required, just drop in for a wander around and a chat with the events team. More info here.
Just days before its all eyes on Liverpool for the 2019 Vitality Netball World Cup, there’s a brand new play opening at the Royal Court. Bouncing Back’ follows a group of women returners to the game of Netball, and their trials and tribulations. Will the team get fitter? Will they ever win a game? Will the coach ever find true love? Get your tickets here and find out.
I wont lie to you, we’re all proper excited about Gavin & Stacey returning to our screens. To get you in the mood, The Viking Pub, West Kirby is going to test your knowledge of the Welsh/Essex mash up series on Wednesday night. No cheating mind. More info here innit.
WHISC is celebrating 35 years of providing health information, advice and support with a family friendly fundraiser at Leaf on Bold Street. Live music, comedy, Emmerdale and Royal Court actress Eithne Brown is hosting so it’s guaranteed to a fab night. More info here.
Cheese, crackers, complimentary glass of wine and the chance to draw, sketch and have a fun time. Yep, we’re in! Grab your art materials at head to Make at North Shore Troubadour (bar area) to join in a fun, relaxed life drawing class. Tickets here.
Is the Premier League wait getting too much for you? Good news for reds this week in Liverpool, LFC head across the water to take on Tranmere Rovers in a pre season friendly on Thursday night. You can watch all the action at Harrison’s Bar, North John Street, in all its HD glory. Info here.
It’s time to make your move! The countdown to the highly anticipated 2019 Vitality Netball World Cup in Liverpool is over. 16 international teams are ready to battle it out over an 11 day competition at the M&S Bank Arena to be crowned world champions. There’s an opening ceremony, official Fan Park at Liverpool ONE and of course all the thrilling court action. All the info you need is here.
If you’ve gotten into the new Sabrina on Netflix or love your local history, this one is for you. Join a walking tour and explore Bidston Hill after dark to learn more about the Witches and legends that haunt this part of Wirral. More info and bookings here.
It’s free entry into Marine Street Social’s Friday night session. Former Cream resident Paul Bleasdale is on the decks with all your favourite 90’s dance classics and Cream anthems from 10pm til 2am. More info here.
Craft Taproom on Smithdown road has your hangover cure sorted. From now until 1st September you can tuck into 2 tasty vegan brekkies for just £10. We’re talking scrambled Tofu, vegan sausage, homemade Seitan bacon, hash browns, dead sexy beans and more. Info here.
Deeper Cuts Festival brings the very best of emerging European talent to three city centre venues this Saturday. Phase ONE, Kazimier Gardens and the Kaz Stockroom will play host to the likes of Teeth of the Sea, Housewives, Helicon and more. Find out who’s playing where, here.
Struggling with Glasto blues still? Want to relive one of the greatest live music concerts of all time? The British Music Experience (BME) at Cunard is staging a Live Aid Takeover on Saturday. 34 years since that incredible day at Wembley Stadium, the entire concert is being streamed in full on the big screen and you can check out the entire museum and Live Aid artefacts. More info here.
This week in Liverpool is all about making a move and the Brazilica carnival on Saturday night give us a chance to shake what our mommas gave us. Dancers, 16 different bands and an amazing atmosphere awaits. Check out the fringe celebrations here.
Odd Socks return to St Luke’s Bombed Out Church this weekend with Midsummer Night’s Dream. Four young lovers run away to a summer festival in the woods and unwittingly find themselves the subjects of tricks, played on them with hilarious results. Tickets here.
The only way to start your weekend is with a hearty breakfast or brunch and at The Alchemist, it’s all about the summer solstice vibes. 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.
Kick start your Summer Soul All Dayer at Yard from 2pm and move over to District after 7pm for an event packed with 11 hours of classic and modern soul, soulful house, disco, jazz funk, jazz, 80s boogie, 90s r&b and more. £10 tickets here.
The new kid on the Seel Street block is split level indoor/outdoor bar and restaurant, Brockbank & Mellor. The main bar area can hold 400 people while upstairs there is an 80-cover dining area. From the end of July the restaurant will be a restaurant opening from 8.30am, specialising in small plates. Cider in the sun anyone? More here.
Calderstones Beach returns on Saturday for a season packed with summer fun. Open from 11am until 2pm this Saturday only the rides are free! Voluntary donations are welcomed. There’s rides for all ages, the huge sandpit, food, drink, disco’s, magic and special guest visitors too. Find out more here.
Seriously though, if you haven’t already got your £11 ticket for LIMF 2019 at Sefton Park, what are you waiting for? The line up is superb, the sun is gonna shine (okay don’t quote us on this one) and there’s plenty for families to enjoy alongside the music. Find out more and get your tickets here.
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