Your Guide Liverpool for the week ahead (10th-16th July 2017)
July in Liverpool is bursting with great events, places to eat, chill and dance the night away and we’ve lined up a whole weeks worth.
Your Guide Liverpool is gearing up for some serious booty shaking at Brazilica Festival, flexing our brain muscles at the Camp & Furnace music quiz and disco and of course, we’re lining up a top class Sunday roast to finish it all off. With a touch of Disney Magic for the kids and plenty of gigs to enjoy, why would you stay in?
Here’s Your Guide Liverpool for the week ahead 10th-16th July 2017….
Monday 10th July
Movie Night FACT, Wood Street
If like us, you’ve had a bit of a manic weekend and you just fancy doing something fun with minimal effort, head to FACT and take in a blockbuster. Grab a comfy seats, some snacks (inc wine?) and settle down to the next Marvel instalment, Spider-Man, Homecoming, psychological thriller, It Comes in the Night, or do one more heist with Baby Driver. Full listings and tickets here.
Dine al fresco at The Club House, Liverpool One
Despite chucking it down this morning the sun is set to return this afternoon and an evening on the lawn at The Club House munching on their signature hanging kebabs, pulled pork burgers and fresh, crunchy salads is exactly what we need to cure the Monday blues. Check out the menu here.
NAS plays Liverpool Guild of Students
Nas has announced a number of UK shows throughout July alongside his appearance at Wireless Festival last weekend. Get ready to watch this incredible rapper live, as he promotes his heavily anticipated LP at Liverpool Guild of Students. Tickets available here.
Tuesday 11th July
The Art of Breakfast, Tate Liverpool, Albert Dock
Somewhere we never think of visiting purely to eat is Tate Liverpool at Albert Dock. Using ingredients that are locally sourced Tate prides itself on working with some of the finest producers in the North West. Fancy Eggs Benedict or Cumberland sausage butties with a dockside view? Click here for more.
Raise a glass to her Maj at Pier Head Village
The Pier Head Village festival is already in full swing (literally if you’re brave enough to have a go on those fair ground rides!) and this Tuesday, the waterfront will receive a royal visit in the shape of Cunard’s, Queen Elizabeth cruise liner with a mid-river fireworks display. Why not head down after work and check out the street food offering and raise a glass to her Majesty?! More on Pier Head Village here.
Wednesday 12th July
It’s steak night, every night at Cowshed, Seel Street
Welcome to Cowshed, Seel Street, a place born out of a love with beef, especially steaks! You can choose from either one of the top steaks on the menu or something from the wonderfully created specials, lovingly prepared by the small but exceptional Cowshed kitchen team. If you love meat, you’re gonna love Cowshed. Info and menus here.
Peep Show Quiz Night, Baltic Market, Cains Brewery
Everyone’s favourite new hangout, Baltic Market is putting on a second quiz night based on BAFTA award-winning and all-round awkward Peep Show with a special guest host. This second night will definitely sell out so get your tickets here now.
Thursday 13th July
Taste the rainbow at Bakchich, Bold Street
Try something different this Thursday and head to Bakchich for a taste of Lebanese street food that’s as beautiful to look at as it is to taste. Perfect for group dining, get your mates together and tuck into hot and cold mezze platters, huge fresh salads, wraps and meaty morsels from the charcoal grill. Menus and booking here.
Rock Macabre at Constellations
After their debut show, Constellations welcomes back to Live Music Thursdays, Le Rock Macabre. Each month, The Resurection Men invite a number of guests to perform different artistic routines and creative interludes around their band performances making for a truly unique night out. More info here.
The Gories at The Magnet, Hardman Street
Hailed as “The best garage band in America since the ’60s” by none other than Jack White, The Gories hit Liverpool up for one night only and The Magnet, Hardman Street is the place to catch their gig. Tickets are £15 and are available here.
Friday 14th July
Friday Nights at Kingdom, Harrington Street
Friday nights at Kingdom are all about glamour and beats. This Moroccan oasis is the nightclub hotspot where sexy booths, waitress service and the best resident DJ’s make you feel every inch of the VIP you are! Book a booth, you deserve it. Find out more here.
Sounds Familiar Music Quiz & disco returns to Camp & Furnace
After last Friday’s sell out, Camp & Furnace have chucked another night on and as per usual, it’s going to be awesome. Get your tickets and gear up for hilarious rounds such as; Double Helping of Cheese, Please, I’m No Fool – I Know My Old Skool and Mash It up. Tickets here.
Prohibit Party at EBGBs, Seel Street
Take a trip to 1920’s New York and step into Jimmy’s place! Oozing at the seems with Jazz, swing, booze and girls, this is not a night you want to miss! Escape for one night and one night only and do it in style! Tickets here.
Dysfunctional Bingo at HUS, Tithebarn Street
Random Acts of Vinyl, Neo-dada absurdist bingo party with djs JD & MCCM. An eclectic mix of clangers and bangers! Prize winning, participation and pickled eggs!The main DJ is the guest of honour DJ Hobby Horse aka the Pneumatic Spherical Automaton. Tickets here.
Saturday 15th July
Blink 182 at Echo Arena
Fresh from the success of their #1 UK and US album “California”, Blink-182, the punk pop favourites of a generation, play our Echo Arena this Saturday and there’s still some tickets available here.
Brazilica Festival 2017
Brazilica is back celebrating its 10th anniversary year from it’s new home, Pier Head Village. With a number of fringe events across the weekend and of course the festival highlight, the night time parade which kicks off from 8pm at Abercrombie Square, prepare for an awesome weekend of booty shaking. More info here.
A different kind of night out, Liverpool Nightrider
A charity challenge event with a difference – it’s at night. While most people are asleep you can enjoy cycling past the city’s iconic landmarks and highlights of the surrounding area in this unique 100km charity bike ride at night. Find out more and register here.
Back to Kingdom with DJ Anton Powers for the launch of new app Skiffl
There is a brand new app in town and it is about to blow your mind! Skiffl will make VIP booth bookings and reservations a million times easier and of course is launching in the capital of nightlife, Liverpool. Skiffl means you can now split the bill, pre order drinks and more, revolutionising bars & club booking forever.
This Saturday Anton Powers & Sallie AXL will officially launch the app at Kingdom in an exclusive red carpet event with one huge celebration in its honour. For bookings email Lauren@Chic-PR.co.uk
Liverpool Comedy Club at Camp and Furnace
Get the giggles at Camp & Furnace this Saturday night as Liverpool Comedy Club welcomes Steve Gribbin and Addy Van Der Borgh with the evening being compered by Brendan Riley. Tickets available here.
Waveform Transmitter presents House for The Homeless at District
Sunday 16th July
Sunday Roast Hotspot: Olive, Castle Street
Are you ready to hear a bunch of words that will entice you to book a table? Okay…..beef, chicken or pork….real roasties, thick gravy, carrot and swede mash, shredded buttered cabbage and Yorkshire puddings, all this for just £13.95 in the beautiful surroundings of Olive, Castle Street. Click here to book.
A Sunday stroll, bev and bite at Baltic Market, Cains Brewery
It’s only week three of the brand new social destination, Baltic Market and you lot haven’t stopped raving about it. The great variety of food, quick moving queues, brilliant beats and of course the bar! If you’ve not been, go for a nose this Sunday and prepare to fall in love. More info here.
One for the Kids
Disney Magic returns to Liverpool
Liverpool Cruise Terminal will once again welcome the Disney Magic cruise on Friday 14th July and there’s gonna be fireworks! Take the kids down to the waterfront, enjoy the Pier Head Village and after-school family friendly event and watch the ship set sail at around 6:45pm. Outdoor cinema, street theatre and food and drinks are on offer and a sing-along will serenade the ship’s farewell. More here.
Go VIP at LIMF 2017
It’s just two weeks until LIMF returns to Sefton Park with a phenomenal line up of live music, family fun and brand spanking new for 2017, a VIP Experience. A perfect place to chill out with family and friends, the VIP EXPERIENCE will give you exclusive access to a private bar area, deluxe toilets and up close and personal views of the Central stage area – which will see artists Gorgon City, Corinne Bailey Rae, Naughty Boy, Cast, Fleur East, JP Cooper and So Solid Crew headline across the weekend – plus many more. Advance tickets cost £13.20* per day across Friday, Saturday and Sunday or £33* for the weekend. Click here to treat yourself and get your VIP tickets.