What’s on in Liverpool this week 11th- 17th June 2018

Your weekly guide to what’s on in the best city in the world.

What’s on in Liverpool this week? How do you fancy taking on a Disney Quiz, getting bendy with Pop Pilates, treating the kids to Shrek at the Empire, hearing Louis Berry perform live, watching Russia take on Saudi Arabia, experiencing Dr Dre played by a live orchestra, going back to the 80’s at EBGB’s an finally having a top class roast and a pint with your dad on Father’s Day? Great, then read on.

Here’s What’s on in Liverpool this week 11th-17th June 2018…..

Monday 11th June

Pop Pilates, HUS

Start your week off with a full body work out and the best soundtrack around as Pop Pilates at HUS invites you to drop in and get down. More info here. 

Brooklyn 99 Quiz, Ma Boyle’s Alehouse

Fancy winning £80 on Monday night? Prove your the biggest Brooklyn 99 fan at Ma Boyle’s and your quids in. Details here. 

Baltic Social Open Mic Sessions

Here’s your opportunity to show Liverpool what you’ve got. Singers, musicians, poets, ventriloquists? Get to Baltic Social for 7:30pm and take to the stage. Info here. 


Tuesday 12th June

Shrek! Liverpool Empire

The all singing, all dancing theatre adaptation of the Dreamworks blockbuster film, Shrek comes to Liverpool Empire this week. Get your tickets for adventure in Far, Far Away, here.

Bill Bailey, Liverpool Philharmonic Hall

Comedian and Actor Bill Bailey brings tales of his 20 years of travels to Liverpool Phil on Tuesday night and you can bet your boarding pass it’s utterly hysterical. Tickets here. 

The Magic Numbers Live, The Arts Club

Stopping in at The Arts Club as part of their UK & Ireland tour, The Magic Numbers perform their brand new LP ‘Outsiders’ on Tuesday. Tickets here. 


Wednesday 13th June

Shania’s Shakedown, GBar

There’s a brand new Wednesday club night at GBar as Shania’s Shakedown promises comedy gold, competitions, dance offs, prizes, performances…the lot! Free entry, details here. 

Humanise, Constellations

Give what you can afford to donate for dinner at Constellations on Wednesday evening as Humanise aims to bring people together from all walks of life in this contemporary canteen experience. Info here. 

Louis Berry, Live at District

Liverpool’s own Louis Berry plays a homecoming gig at District this Wednesday night, and while the gig sold out earlier this week, you can get on ticket exchange and hope for the best, here. 


Thursday 14th June

Disney Quiz Night, Yard & Coop

The Ultimate Disney Quiz kicks off at Yard and Coop at 7pm, so get yourself down there for after work buttermilk chicken and drinks before the fun starts! Info here. 

World Cup Opening Game, Grand Central Dome

Russia take on Saudi Arabia in the opening game of the FIFA World Cup 2018 and Grand Central Dome will be showing all the competition action on the city’s biggest screen. Tickets here. 

Hip Hop V  K Pop, Soho Bar

Here’s a new concept for Liverpool. Jump on the K Pop Bandwagon and head to Soho for a night of K Pop or Korean pop v hip hop. You may just discover a fave new sound. Details here. 


Friday 15th June

Africa Oye Pre Party, The Merchant

Get into the festival spirit ahead of Africa Oye this Friday night with free entry into the Pre Party at The Merchant. Tunes from Richie Vegas, Jonnie O’Hare, Jack Tilston and more. Info here. 

Craig David, Aintree Racecourse

The one and only Craig David is headlining Aintree Racecourse on Friday night with a gig that is bound to be heard across the city region. After a residency at the Ibiza Rocks Hotel, this he’s bringing the heat to Aintree! Tickets here.

We Love The Beatles, Picturehouse at FACT

It’s been 50 years since Yellow Submarine was released on our cinema screens and to celebrate the success of the Fab Four on the big screen, FACT has a whole week of Beatles film showings. All the details and tickets here. 

Summer Gin Festival, Croxeth Park

There’s a whipping 80 different gins on offer at the Absolutely Fabulous Gin Festival at Croxteth Park this weekend with the added bonus of rum to sample too! Tickets and sitting times here. 

Piano Wars, Camp & Furnace

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Now taking requests! It goes off again from 9pm on Friday as Piano Wars returns to Camp & Furnace. Free entry, your fave 80’s and 90’s power ballads and rave classics, played live! Info here. 

DR. DRE: 2001 An Orchestral Rendition, CIRCO

Oh yes you read that right! CIRCO is hosting An Orchestral Rendition of the EPIC Dr.Dre: 2001 album, west coast classics, beginning to end! Tickets and info here. 


Saturday 16th June

Africa Oye, Sefton Park

Africa Oye returns to Sefton Park for the biggest African music, culture and heritage celebration and we can’t wait to get into the thick of it. All the stage line up and festival info here. 

The Big I Am, Everyman Theatre

Take a journey back in time from war-torn Britain to the ends of the earth, and back again as The Big I Am charts one mans epic adventure with brilliant live music and lashings of comedy. Tickets and more here.

Get Fresh, Tasting Menu, Neighbourhood Café

There’s a very special 5 course tasting menu on offer at Woolton’s famous Neighbourhood Café this Saturday. Showcasing the very best of seasonal produce and chefs creative flair, get the last few tickets ad tuck in here. 

Sweet Dreams 80s Night, EBGB’s

It’s just £3 on the door to step back into the 80’s at EBGB’s on Saturday night. Expect Synthpop, Indie, New Wave, Disco, Hip Hop, Electro and more. Don’t forget your ID! Details here. 

Late Wake Club, Michael Jackson, Camp & Furnace

The King of Pop gets his own service as Late Wake Club honours Michael Jackson. One night dedicated to the unrivalled hit maker, so grab your diamond glove and get ready to moon walk! Tickets here. 


Sunday 17th June Father’s Day 2018

Father’s Day Bottomless Brunch, Baltic Social

There’s two sittings of beautiful bottomless brunch on offer at Baltic Social this Sunday. Book 11am or 1:30pm and treat your Dad to unlimited beer and fizz and tasty brekkie, because he’s a top bloke. Info here. 

Speakeasy Bootleg Band, Baltic Market

Baltic Market hosts the Speakeasy Bootleg Band from 12:30pm on Father’s Day alongside all the best street food, drinks, plenty of space to kick back, throw some shapes and celebrate your arl’ man. Details here. 

Father’s Day Rum Masterclass, Smugglers Cove

Take your dad on a journey across the Caribbean and South America this Father’s Day with a Rum Masterclass. for just £20pp you can enjoy 8 different blends and raise a toast to your main man. Book here. 

Sunday Lunch & Jazz at Lock & Key

Don’t just go out for your Sunday roast this week, make an evening of it and stay on at Lock & Key for an evening of cool jazz from 7 til 9pm. Book your table here. 

Father’s Day Supper Club, SKAUS

SKAUS launches its first ever supper club at Dockleaf, Cain’s Brewery Village just in time for Father’s Day. Tuck into four courses of Nordic inspired seasonal dishes at either 1pm or 6pm. Booking here. 


One for the Kids

Peter Pan’s 90th Birthday, Sefton Park

Peter Pan Statue, sited within the grounds of the Palm House, in Sefton Park (Liverpool, UK).

The Palm House in the heart of Sefton Park will be commemorating and celebrating the 90th anniversary of the unveiling of its iconic Peter Pan statue with an evening of open air theatre, including acting, dance and drama from students and performers from LIPA. Grab a picnic and find out more here. 

Get Booking

Star Wars Gathering, Exhibition Centre Liverpool

Get your tickets, you must! Star Wars Gathering takes place at Exhibition Centre Liverpool on 7th July and invites fans, young and old, of the greatest film franchise ever, to come together and celebrate all things Jedi and more. There’s a huge line up of Star Wars actors and crews, plus cosplay parades, Q&A’s, merch and more. The best bit is, all proceeds go to Marie Curie too. Find out more and book here. 

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