The dates are in for the Garlands relaunch…
Following the success of last month’s Garlands Gathering event and the overwhelming public response, Iconic Liverpool club Garlands is set to re-open its doors for good.
The club will fully re-launch on Saturday 3rd March. Back with more outrageously wild entertainment, magical atmosphere and crazy fun for all in a safe place.
Garlands is all about filling the void, the club set the standard for three generations of clubbers, by bringing good people together in a safe and fun environment. 2018 is about introducing the Garlands ethos to a new generation of clubbers, brought to you by the original people behind the club.
Weekly events will include Saturday’s regular night, ‘Garlands Made Me Do it,’ which launches on Saturday 3rd March, with an ‘Alternative Disco’ night on Saturday 31stMarch and a special Easter bank holiday club night ‘Bunnies of the Garlands Mansion’ on Saturday 1st April.
The ‘Carry On Miss-behavin’‘ afternoon garden parties will run from Sunday 25th March and Garlands very own adult themed cabaret night ‘Life Is a Cabaret’ every Friday with a special Mother’s Day afternoon show on Sunday 11th March and returning on Sunday 27th May is ‘Bedlam.’
As the club returns to its spiritual home on Eberle Street, key events are planned throughout the year, during the tenth anniversary of the capital of culture, Gay Pride and of course to celebrate 25 years of Garlands in October. The team is set to take the Garlands Gathering tour across the globe, stopping off at major cities across the UK and internationally from Ibiza to Dubai.
Setting up home in the UK in 1993, Garlands became synonymous for taking risks, championing extreme entertainment and inventiveness and creating a hedonistic atmosphere where the only rule was to engage with your wild side to lose your inhibitions. 25 years on and the Garlands family still abides by this rule.
Tickets are available from Skiddle and you can book yours here.