What’s on in Liverpool this week 12th-18th Feb 2018
The kids are off, there’s pancakes to flip and a whole lot of loving in Liverpool.
What’s on in Liverpool this week is a real mixed bag with Chinese New Year celebrations, half term, Valentine’s Day and of course, Pancake day to get involved in. We’ve lined up some great nights out, top eats, fun with the kids and romantic dates for you to get in your diary. There’s also live music, tonnes of culture and your chance to wash that man (or woman) right out of your hair at Camp & Furnace with an anti valentine bash that’s sure to be a great giggle.
Here’s What’s on in Liverpool this week, 12th-18th February 2018……
Monday 12th February
Breakfast at Cheese & Co, Derby Square
With these wintry conditions we think its only right we tuck into a fresh and filling brekkie from Cheese & Co, oh and pick up some cheese for munchines at home too. Menus here.
China Dream: Presence, St George’s Hall
The free to enter PRESENCE exhibition at St George’s Hall includes sculptures, paintings, installations, videos and photographs from top Chinese artists and is a must see. Info here.
Rock N Roll Bingo at Bierkeller, Liverpool ONE
Get down to Bierkeller to have a crack at numberless bingo and make the most of those brilliant drinks offers. £2 Jagerbombs anyone? More info here.
Tuesday 13th February – PANCAKE DAY!
Flipping tasty treats at Icestone Gelato, Queen Square
Don’t trash the kitchen this Pancake Day, get yourself down to Icestone Gelato, Queen Square and have them make you up a flipping fabulous treat instead. Menus here.
Cult Quiz: Sex & The City at The Merchant, Slater Street
How well do you know Manhattan’s four most famous women? Get down to The Merchant and relive all your favourite moments in the SATC Cult Quiz. More info and tix here.
Martin Carr at Leaf on Bold Street
Debuting his long awaited 3rd album ‘New Shapes of Life’ former Boo Radleys songwriter and guitarist plays Leaf this Tuesday night. Tickets here.
Wednesday 14th February – VALENTINE’S DAY
Love Bites at Ghoulies Haunted House, Dale Street
Okay, how do you fancy speed dating, in a haunted house? Ghoulie’s is lining up a truly unique opportunity to meet your match and hold on for dear life! Find out more here.
This is for Lovers, Hilton Hotel, Liverpool ONE
Celebrate Valentine’s Day at Hilton Hotel with a very special afternoon tea or a romantic meal for two in one of the city’s most stylish venues. Booking and more here.
Get Your Bids In, Man Auction at Coyote Ugly, Bold Street
There’s some great singles events on and Coyote Ugly, Bold Street have set the bar with their Man Raffle! Oh yes you can actually bid on your dream fella! Find out more here.
Click here to check out The Guide Liverpool Love Bible, your ultimate guide to Valentine’s Day in the city.
Thursday 15th February
The Rat Pack Live from Las Vegas, Liverpool Empire
You can relive a bit of Frank, Sammy and Dean, as The Rat Pack, Live from Las Vegas comes to the Liverpool Empire from 13th-15th Feb 2018. Book your tickets here.
Thom Morecroft live at Peaky Blinders Bar, Cain’s Brewery Village
The Peaky Blinders Bar continues its awesome line up of live music and this Thursday night you can see and hear Shrewsbury’s finest, Thom Morecroft from 8:30pm. More here.
Get your Uke Box jam on, Ma Egerton’s
There’s more Uke Jamming this week in Ma Egerton’s pub (behind the Liverpool Empire) and you’re invited to arrive for singing to start around 8pm! More info here.
Friday 16th February
We Will Wok You, Crazy Pedro’s, Parr Street
If you eat anything this weekend, make it ‘The We Will Wok You’. Topped with sweet & sour pulled pork, spring onions, bean sprouts, fresh chillies and prawn crackers! Get it here.
Model Casting Call, Avenue HQ
Have you got what it takes to be the next Cara, Kate or Naomi? Then kick start your modelling career at Liverpool Urban Hair Fashion Show, casting details here.
Chinese New Year Weekend, China Town
Start your weekend in China Town with the first showing of the stunning lumiere light show from 5pm and entertainment all weekend. Click here for the round up.
Guilty Pleasures Pop Party, Camp & Furnace
It’s back! Guilty Pleasures is bringing the Number 1 Pop Party to Camp & Furnace on Friday night, expect floor fillers and cheesy hits as standard. Tickets here.
Saturday 17th February
Anti Valentine Burn Your Ex, Camp & Furnace
Broken up with your boo? Get down to Camp & Furnace and Burn Your Ex, all the best rebound hits and the furnace is open for photos of your dreaded ex! Info here.
Party Like Gatsby, Liverpool Olympia
Millionaire Jay Gatsby throws another mansion party for fans of the 1920’s this Saturday so if you’re into dressing up and getting down, click here to get tickets.
Cream Classical Ibiza, Liverpool Cathedral
Featuring a brand new track list that defined our memories of the hedonistic party island of the world, Cream Classical Ibiza is coming to Liverpool this weekend. Info here.
Sunday 18th February
Hope Street Makers Market, Blackburne House
We love a little mooch on a Sunday morning and this week we’ll be heading to Blackburne House to check out the Hope Street Makers Market. See the stalls and more info here.
Bread & Pizza Making at Homebaked, Anfield
Get to grips with making your own bread and pizza at Homebaked this Sunday and recreate that famous Ghost scene with dough! Book your spot and tuck in here.
Rave Royalty, Walton Hall Park Lifestyles Centre
Our very own DJ Lee Butler is taking to the decks with a rave for your and the kids this Sunday afternoon, expect bouncy castles, glitter and loads of fun…..for all of you! Info here.
We’ve got your February Half Term in Liverpool sorted. Click here for boss days out, free stuff and more.
One for the Kids
Lady & The Tramp at Bean There Coffee Shop, Smithdown Road
Why not take your kids down to Bean There Coffee Shop on Wednesday for a free screening of Disney’s Lady and the Tramp? Dogs are welcome too! More info here.
China’s First Emperor & the Terracotta Warriors
As expected, tickets have absolutely flown out for the blockbuster China’s First Emperor & the Terracotta Warriors exhibition at World Museum. There’s now just a few tickets remaining for February, so if you’re keen to get a slice of ancient Chinese history, click here and book your tickets in advance, you wont regret it.