Guide Live: Simmo & Josh stage a love-in for Valentine’s Day in Liverpool
Move over John & Yoko, Our Simmo & Josh have your 2 minute round up for Valentine’s Day in Liverpool.
Whether you’re woken up to an influx of cards and roses, a cheeky snuggle before work or you’re out celebrating with your mates later, Happy Valentine’s Day from all of us!
If you’ve left it completely last minute, today’s Guide Live is for you! We’ve got the best dining deals, mates dates and the ultimate gift for Beatles fans!
Grand Central has teamed up with Liverpool Jazz Club to host an evening of amazing independent food and music from 8pm. Choose from more than 10 different local food vendors, all under one roof! Lucha Libre is offering a great value sharing menu including street food tacos, chilli or veggie fries, prosecco, beers and dessert.
If you’re up for giving away your last Rolo head to The Club House at Liverpool ONE and check out their dining deal with the ‘Last Rolo Sundae’ and Alma De Cuba invites you to indulge in a three course dinner, prosecco, chocolates and a rose at the altar too. Here’s our top Valentine’s Day dining deals in Liverpool.
Alternative nights out come in the form of films under the stars at the Bombed Out Church, Ghetto Golf turns up the heat with 18 holes and Furnival’s Well is planning a Victorian Valentine’s spread with oysters, caviar and champagne! More here.
Liverpool ONE is offering you the chance to win a Valentine’s Day package including £100 gift card, dinner and cinema tix and if you’re out on the buses today, keep your eyes peeled for a rainbow rose and win up to £500 with Better By Bus!
If your other half is a Beatles fan, how about this for the ultimate gift. Strawberry Fields is creating a photomosaic of John Lennon which will be a permanent feature at the Woolton site. For just £40 you can add your very own picture to make up the face of one of the city’s most famous sons! More info here.
All your what’s on listings for the week ahead are here, including Kevin & Perry Go Large at CIRCO and the Hope Street Makers Market returns.