Your Guide Liverpool for the week ahead (9th-15th October 2017)

The best thing about shorter Autumn days are the longer nights for partying!

This weeks Your Guide Liverpool is bursting with tasty dishes, brand new music, date night ideas and the biggest student pyjama party the city has ever seen! We’ve got crafty drop in sessions, outdoor heated bars, a ridiculously talented showcase and of course the best place for a smashing Sunday roast.

Here’s Your Guide Liverpool for the week ahead (9th-15th October 2017)…….

Monday 9th October

Brekkie on Bold Street, Bold Street Coffee

If you’ve not enjoyed a lazy morning at Bold Street Coffee, you’re not really living. Serving up the freshest, tastiest plates (and bowls) of porridge, eggs, granola and way more, along side top class coffee, all weeks should start like this! More here. 

Disco Shift at Revolution, Wood Street

We’re getting straight back into the weekend groove on the Disco Shift at Revolution, Wood Street. Mondays were made for fit breakfasts and shaking yo ass. Jay Harvey on the decks from 10-4. Details here.

Nature of the Beast, Premier Screening, Liverpool Philharmonic Hall

For those less into booty shaking and more concerned with political matters, or maybe just fans of cinematic documentaries, head to the Philharmonic Hall for the premier screening of Nature of the Beast. Tickets here. 

Tuesday 10th October

Afternoon Tea New York Style at NYL Restaurant & Bar, North John Street

We’ve been enjoying Afternoon Tea pretty much all summer, but get ready for a tiered banquette like never before. Chocolate Hot Dog anyone? Oh yes, NYL Restaurant & Cocktail Bar have brought a bite of the Big Apple to Liverpool. Check it out above and click here to book. 

Pop Up Cinema Nights at The Club House Lodge, Liverpool One

How utterly divine does The Lodge look at The Club House Liverpool One? We’re going to be enjoying pop up cinema events there this Autumn, starting with Dirty Dancing on Tuesday night. Watermelons optional. Find out more and book here. 

 Rita, Sue and Bob Too! Playhouse Theatre, Williamson Square

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This classic 80’s film is back on the stage in Liverpool for one night only this week and frankly you’d be mad to miss it. Bursting with teenage angst and flirty fun, Rita, Sue and Bob Too is as fresh today as way back when 19 year old, Andrea Dunbar penned it! Tickets here. 

Wednesday 11th October

SoulJam, The Best in Boogie, The Buyers Club

The Buyers Club, Hardman Street is the place to be to get funky this Wednesday as SoulJam, The Best In Boogie returns to Liverpool. Expect Funk, Soul and Disco by the bucket load. Tickets and info here. 

Thursday 12th October

Neon Canapés, Gin and Entertainment at Porky’s Ski Hutte, Berry Street

There’s an epic fundraiser going down at Porky’s Ski Hutte, Berry Street this Thursday night as Liverpool based MD Productions bring the best of scouse entertainment, Neon Jamon food and all the gin for a jam packed night of partying. Find out more and get your tickets here. 

ItalFresh Pop Up with a  vegan takeover at The Bagelry, Nelson Street

Fancy munching something different this week? ItalFresh is popping up at The Bagelry, Nelson Street this and every Thursday throughout October to stage a vegan dream takeover. We’re drooling at that pic alone! Details here.  

LIMF Academy & Liverpool Phil Youth Company Showcase, Philharmonic Hall

We can’t wait to see this mash up come to life on Thursday night. The Liverpool Philhamonic plays host to the LIMF Academy and Liverpool Phil Youth Company for a showcase performance like no other. With composer and music arrangers, Katie Chatburn at the helm, this is going to be amazing! Tickets and info here.

Friday 13th October

Underground Liverpool 1st Birthday with Ben Klock

Raving Mad Fridays a Medication, Arts Club, Seel Street

Talking of messy nights out, Medication is back at Arts Club this Friday, 3 rooms of insane music and more students than you can shake a pot noodle at. (Sorry). Tickets and info here. 

The Winter heaters are fired up and the bar is open at Birdies, Cains Brewery

 Since opening back in the Summer, we’ve enjoyed some boss nights under the eves at Birdies Bar, Cains Brewery. Amazing news, the winter heaters are all fired up and there’s live entertainment on too! Find out more here. 

Saturday 14th October

Loner Noise Presents: Freak Scene All Dayer at Invisible Wind Factory

Lunch at Tiger Rock Hawker, North John Street

Lining our stomachs for a top night out this Sayurday we’re stopping in at Tiger Rock Hawker, North John Street for a big flavour hit of East Asian cuisine. Fancy Thai, Chinese, Malaysian or Vietnamese? This is the place for you! Menus and more here. 

Breakfast with The Breakfast Club at HUS, Tithebarn Street

Fancy a breakfast buffet to blow your socks off while watching one of the most iconic films of the 80’s this Saturday? Course you do! It could only be happening at HUS, Tithebarn Street and whether you’re a brain, an athlete, a basket case, a princess or a criminal, there’s a space for you. Details here. 

Pre Drinks at Lock & Key. Duke Street

Our favourite new drinks spot is without doubt, Lock & Key on Duke Street. The cool interior, sophisticated atmosphere and damn fine themed cocktails is all we need to get our weekend started! Find out more here. 

Saturday Nights at Kingdom Nightclub, Harrington Street

Hands up who’s glamming up for Kingdom this Saturday night? If you haven’t booked a booth, lined up your drinks orders and stuck your gel pads in your heels, get a move on! Get booking here. 

Sunday 15th October

Sunday Roast Hot Spot: Pioneer Bar & Brasserie, Crosby

There are no words to justify how utterly beautiful that image is! The finest Sunday Roast, stacked with huge Yorkshire puddings and finest cuts of roast beef! Can’t we have this everyday? Get down to Pioneer, Crosby for your Sunday Roast hit this week and send us your pics @TheGuideLpool . Menus and more here.

The Liverpool Echo Scouse 5k, City Centre

We’re donning our wigs and legging it around town with Olympian Sam Quek and a few other thousand scousers this Sunday morning as the Liverpool Echo Scouse 5k kicks off at 9:30. If you’re not taking part in the run itself, try to stick around and clap us all along and don’t forget to give our cameras a wave too! Register and see the run route here. 

Paper Moon & Friends Screen Printing & Market Place, The Shipping Forecast

Maybe running around the city in a Barry wig isn’t your thing! In which case maybe head down to The SHipping Forecast and get crafty with The Paper Moon. There’s a market place, cocktail making masterclass and print exhibition on! We like the sound of that! More info here.

Calling all Students, Carnage Pyjama Jump, Concert Square

Expect to see Concert Square overrun with students in onesies this Sunday night, you know you’re gonna pay for it all week, but the infamous Carnage Liverpool night is absolutely unmissable. Find out more and get involved here. 

One for the Kids

Pick Your Own Pumpkins at Church View Farm, Wirral

It’s official, Halloween prep has begin as the pumpkin picking seasons is ON! Church View Farm invite you and your mini ghouls to bob along and choose you’re own pumpkin to carve ready for the big night. Or maybe, jusy maybe it’ll turn into a carriage for a fairy-tale ending?! Opening times and prices here. 

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 It’s Lee Butlers Birthday AGAIN! Mad Hatters Partea at CIRCO

Watch as our Jay tries in vain to find out how old Lee Butler really is, and more importantly how amazing his Mad Hatter Partea celebrations are gonna be down at CIRCO, Seel Street this November. All the details and last remaining tickets here. 

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