What’s on in Liverpool this week 19th-25th February 2018

It’s back to school, back to work and back to counting down to payday in Liverpool.

What a week we had in Liverpool last week. Valentine’s, pancakes, Cream Classical Ibiza and of course the phenomenal Chinese New Year celebrations, kept us all busy and is showing no signs of slowing down. What’s on in Liverpool this week features beer festivals, comedy, broadway shows, open mic, the stunning Rebecca Ferguson, Daft Punk on loop and plenty of food to tuck into.

Here’s what’s on in Liverpool this week 19th-25th February 2018……

Monday 19th February

ItalFresh and Maguire’s Monday Kitchen Take Over

Head down to Maguire’s, Renshaw St for Meat free Monday as Italfresh brings finger lickin’ Cauli Wings, Kingston Fries, Jerk Portabella wraps, Rum Soaked Banana Bread and more. Booking essential, here. 

The Baltic Sessions Open Mic, Baltic Social

The next Baltic Session kicks off at 7:30pm as performers from around the north west are invited to take to the stage and wow the crowds for as long as they please! Info here.

Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool, The Phil

There’s a screening of Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool at The Philharmonic Hall on Monday night at 7:30pm. The perfect venue to watch our city on the big screen. Tickets here.


Tuesday 20th February

Sunset Boulevard comes to the Liverpool Empire

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s award-winning musical Sunset Boulevard opens at the Liverpool Empire on Monday and stars Danny Mac and Ria Jones. The tour is receiving rave reviews already, get your tickets here.

Baa Bar launches Euphoria

There’s a brand new student night launching at Baa Bar, Fleet Street on Tuesday from 8pm. Euphoria is the city’s only free student night dedicated to House! More info here. 

HooHa Comedy Scratch Night

It’s just £3 on the door at Constellations to check out the finest local comedy acts and stands up hoping to make you howl with laughter. Fun starts at 7pm, more info here. 


Wednesday 21st February

Pop Up Dog Boutique, Calderstones Park

Dog Charmed returns to Calderstones Park with a five day pop up shop selling tonnes of cute and practical items for your four legged bestie. Opening times and info here. 

Chinese New Year lunch at Chung Ku, Riverside Drive

Chinese New Year Liverpool

We’re heading to Chung Ku, Riverside Drive to continue the Chinese New year celebrations with a feast fit for am Emperor! Crispy battered king prawns anyone? Menus here. 

Click here to check out our run down of the best Liverpool Chinese restaurants and takeaways. 

The City and the Value of Things, Everyman Theatre

In their own words: “Bright lights, tall cranes, occupied sleeping bags, postcode trouble, love, life, terror and the value of it all…” The City and the Value of Things opens on Wednesday for a 3 night run. Get your tickets and more here.


Thursday 22nd February

Morrissey Day at The British Music Experience

Calling all Morrissey fans! The BME, Cunard Building is hosting Morrissey Day with special exhibition pieces, playlists and a vegan/veggie menu in the café. All the details here. 

Yoga By Candlelight at the Isla Gladstone Conservatory

Feel soothed and let your daily stresses melt away with 90 minutes of candlelit yoga, aromatherapy and guided meditation at the Isla Gladstone from 6pm. Booking and more here. 


Friday 23rd February

Liverpool Beer Festival, Metropolitan Cathedral

There’s 50 different beers on offer at the Metropolitan Cathedral this week as the Liverpool Beer Festival returns. From 21st-24th Feb, just pay £5 on the door and fill your free glass. More info and tickets here. 

Birthday Celebrations at HUS, ICYMI

There’s an old school birthday party going on at HUS, Tithebarn Street as ICYMI turns 2 with a whole host of specials guests, disco, birthday cake and confetti. Find out more here. 

Friday Night Furnace, Camp & Furnace

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Running every Friday from 7pm until late, Friday Night Furnace has live music and performance at its heart, bringing event-goers a BIG night out, kicking off the weekend in style. More info here. 

Old Skool Garage Rave, 24 Kitchen Street

24 Kitchen Street is made up to announce that the one and only Zed Bias AKA Maddslinky will be laying down an old skool garage set on Friday night. £3 tickets available here. 


Saturday 24th February

Yoga & Vegan lunch, Invisible Wind Factory

Fancy a perfect Saturday chill out powered by plants? Head over to IWF for Vinyasa flow followed by a delicious healthy vegan lunch for all only £10! More info here. 

Rebecca Ferguson, Royal Philharmonic Hall

Liverpool’s own Rebecca Ferguson plays a homecoming gig at the stunning Philharmonic Hall on Saturday night following the release of 2017 album, Superwoman. Tickets here. 

17 Years of Discovery, Daft Punk at Camp & Furnace

Fancy an entire night dedicated to Daft Punk? Camp & Furnace is playing 2001 album, Discovery beginning to end on Saturday night. Tickets available here. 

Face your Fears at Ghoulies Haunted House

Love Bites and so does Ghoulies Haunted House, Dale Street. Come face to face with old school monsters at Liverpool’s only year-round scare attraction. If you’re hard enough like. Book online here.


Sunday 25th February

Trust10, free 10k run, Speke Hall

Kick start your Sunday morning with a free 10k run at Speke Hall. Lace up for a personal best and take on the Trust10 which begins at 9am. Find out more here.  

Swerve your Sunday roast and eat pie at the Baltic instead

From 4pm on Sunday you’re invited to bring pie, eat pie and drink beer at Craft Minded, Cains Brewery Village as the February Pie Club does it’s thing. All the info here.

Kingfast at Peaky Blinders Bar

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There’s free entry to this hotly anticipated gig from Kingfast at Peaky Blinders Bar from 4:30pm. Expect chilled beats and a brilliant atmosphere. More info here. 


One For The Kids

Gangster Granny at Wigwam Coffee Shop

What's on in Liverpool

There’s a celebration of some of David Walliams’ finest books at Wigwam Coffee Shop on Thursday from 4pm including a film screening, craft, inspired food and more. Info here.


Get Booking

Liv Sync Battle returns to Camp & Furnace

The line up for this years Liv Sync Battle in aid of Wirral Ark has now been announced and if you’re up for a hilarious night out with some seriously impressive stage presence, this is the one for you. Book your tickets here.


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