What’s On This Weekend in Liverpool
4 years ago
We’ve rounded up the best events taking place this weekend in Liverpool so you can get planning.
This weekend in Liverpool we’ve got a real mixed bag for you. Vegan markets, live music, trance anthems, a bit of panto magic for the kids and a truck load of delicious food. From breakfast and brunch to brand new Autumn menus, plus Rugby World Cup action, jaw-dropping light shows and a spooky welly walk for all the family.
Here’s 10 things you can do this weekend in Liverpool…
1 – Lunch at The Club House
The Club House, Liverpool ONE has launched a new menu featuring new rotisserie meats, hot sandwiches, jackfruit and chickpea chilli, crispy gnocci and truffle mayo and lots more. Check out the menu here and stop by for lunch this weekend in Liverpool.
2 – PP Arnold, Grand Central
Beginning her career singing backing vocals for none other than Tina Tuner, the incredible PP Arnold has since enjoyed a 5 decade career working with the biggest names in the industry. Once a shy, retiring teen on 90 date tours around the world, PP is now regarded as a power house in soul music. She performs live on Friday night at Grand Central Liverpool. Info and tickets here.
3 – Dave Pearce, Trance Anthems 2, Camp & Furnace
Legendary DJ Dave Pearce brings the biggest and best dance and trance tunes to Camp and Furnace on Saturday from 9pm. Trance Anthems 2 promises to be an explosive night of classics. Last remaining tickets available here.
4 – Boozy Bottomless Brunch, NYL
NYL Restaurant & Cocktail Bar has relaunched its popular Bottomless G&T Brunch to include unlimited Corona and Prosecco! This stunning restaurant is the perfect place to kick start your weekend with a tasty hot dish, unlimited cold buffet and Prosecco, G&T or Corona for 90 minutes! All the info here.
5 – Medication, Great British Rave Off
We’ve got much love for this Medication night. The Great British Rave Off is happening at Electrik Warehouse on Friday night from 10:30. This fancy dress rave is all about crimes to fashion and big old tunes. More details here.
More: There’s even more event listings for this weekend in Liverpool here.
6 – Rugby World Cup Quarter Finals, Philharmonic Pub
The Philharmonic Pub, Hope Street is open this Saturday at 8am for The Rugby World Cup quarter final matches. It’s
England v Australia (Oita) at 8:15am and New Zealand v Ireland (Tokyo) at 11:15am. Great excuse for an early pint. More info here.
7 – Baltic Triangle Vegan Market
It’s free entry into the Baltic Triangle Vegan Market on Sunday from 11am. From vegan samosas to vegan brownie peanut butter jars and from hot sauce to bagels – there will be lots of specialist stalls to have a mooch about. More info here.
8 – Constellations Presents, West Kirby Marine Lake
This weekend, West Kirby Marine Lake plays host to the first in a series of incredible light installations. Studio Joanie Lemercier will take place from 7pm on Friday night. Go see it! More info on the Constellations Presents series here.
9 – Yoga Brunch, Marine Street Social
Sticking with the Wirral. Marine Street Social, New Brighton is hosting a Yoga Brunch on Sunday from 12pm. It’s £15 per ticket which includes the yoga session overlooking the marina, tea, coffee and lunch. More info here.
10 – Sunday Roast at Blackburne Eatery, Allerton Road
This sumptuous Sunday Roast is served from 12pm til 8pm at Blackburne Eatery on Allerton Road – each and every Sunday. They also serve up a cracking full breakfast on a Sunday – go on, do the double! Menus and more here.
Two For The Kids
1 – Spooky Welly Walk, Sefton Park
The Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation Spooky Welly Walk returns to Sefton Park on Saturday. Get your Halloween fancy dress sorted, don your wellies and get ready for a feast of freaky family fun. All the details here.
More: Here’s your guide to October Half Term in Liverpool
2 – Sleeping Beauty, St Helens Theatre Royal
The first of the Halloween Half term panto’s kicks off this weekend at St Helen’s Theatre Royal. Sleeping Beauty gets a comedy, feel good, musical make over for all the family to enjoy. Tickets and more info here.