What’s on in Liverpool this week 5th-11th March 2018
We’re feeling flush and thawing out ready to celebrate our Scouse mums with a whole week full of events in the best city in the world.
Who’s up for a top week filled with live music, club nights, tasty food and celebrations of the amazing women in our lives as both International Women’s Day and Mother’s Day come around. With quiz nights, live entertainment, boss dining deals, afternoon teas and a good Sunday roast, there’s something for everyone. We can’t wait to get stuck in to Liverpool Comic Con, Wicked at the Liverpool Empire and a slice or three at Crazy Pedro’s too.
Here’s What’s on in Liverpool this week 5th – 11th March 2018….
Monday 5th March
The world on a plate at Heritage, Castle Street
Castle Street’s newest resident is family-run eatery Heritage. Serving up ‘made from scratch’ recipes from around the world, we think a chilly Monday is a great time to check it out. Menus and more here.
BrewDog Bottle Club, Colquitt Street
The first Monday of the month means Bottle Club at Brewdog. They’re uncapping some amazing guest bottles and dishing out samples in a relaxed, informal little tasting. Info here.
Paint Your Wagon at Everyman Theatre, Hope Street
One of four productions on roll, the Everyman Company invites you to Paint Your Wagon! A sensational foot-tapping hoedown on Hope Street. Find out more and book your tickets here.
Tuesday 6th March
Get LOST in the 90’s at Underground Liverpool
If you’re a 90’s fan you can’t miss LOST at Underground on Tuesday night. A relentless selection of tracks from the real golden era delivered with a LOST twist Tickets here.
Euphoria for Students at Baa Bar, Fleet Street
Liverpool’s only free student night dedicated to House music returns on Tuesday night from 8pm, and who doesn’t love a bit of Euphoria on a week night? More info here.
Crown presents: Free Party, 24 Kitchen Street
If you’re into Jungle and Bass, this Tuesday night at 24 Kitchen Street has got your name written all over it. Crown Presents: Free Party ahead of the debut headline show. Info here.
Wednesday 7th March
WICKED, Liverpool Empire Theatre
More than 60,000 tickets have already been sold as Wicked lands at the Liverpool Empire on Wednesday for a 4 week run. Don’t be green with envy, click here to get yours.
Intelligent Beauty at Harvey Nichols, Liverpool ONE
Celebrate brains and beauty at Harvey Nicks this Wednesday with an evening of masterclasses, tutorials and some exclusive freebies from NARS and Tom Ford! More info here.
Short Indie Film Night, FACT
Fancy an evening of incredible short films from around the world? Head to FACT and check out IndieFlicks taking place on the second Monday of each month. Tickets and info here.
Thursday 8th March – International Women’s Day
Pick Me Up Pizza at Crazy Pedro’s, Parr Street
It’s feeling warmer this week but it’s hardly tropical! Stop in at Crazy Pedro’s for a slice of whatever you fancy to warm your cockles. The beats and drinks are equally awesome. Menu here.
International Women’s Day Boogle, 24 Kitchen Street
There’s a full on celebration of everything girl power down at 24 Kitchen Street on Thursday. Kicking off at 6pm you can expect boss tunes, panel talks, dating and more. Info here.
Future Boss Club’s Pop Quiz & Chill, Cotton Exchange
Open to all, the Future Boss Club Ultimate Pop Quiz is a 90’s/00’s belter! Get to the Cotton Exchange and prove your pop knowledge. Fab local food and a good giggle. More info here.
Friday 9th March
Top Class Brekkie, Georgie Porgy, Walton Breck Road
Currently voted number 1 out of more than 1400 Liverpool restaurants on TripAdvisor, we’re heading to Georgie Porgy’s for a top, stomach lining brekkie on Friday. Check out the menu here.
Jekyll & Hyde and St George’s Hall
You’re invited to solve the strange case of Jekyll & Hyde at St George’s Hall this Friday in a superb live adaptation that brings a classic tale to one of our most stunning venues. Tickets here.
Liv Sync Battle, Camp & Furnace
Hosted by our Jay, Liv Sync Battle returns with a line up of stars hoping to take home the Gob On Legs trophy. Tickets are just £10 and the event supports Wirral Ark. More here.
Laughterhouse Comedy Club Triple Whammy
Fancy a giggle on Friday night? Head to the Laughterhouse Comedy Club for a triple headline show featuring Lloyd Langford, John Lynn, Chris Cairns & Neil Fitzmaurice. Tickets here.
Dress NOT to impress for Medication, Arts Club
Medication is taking it back to your worst fashion disasters this Friday with Shit Shirts and Glam Ghastly Garms. We can’t wait to see the photos from this huge student night. More info here.
Saturday 10th March
Liverpool Comic Con 2018, Exhibition Centre Liverpool
Calling all fans of comic book heroes, retro gaming, cosplay, celeb meet and greets and more! Liverpool Comic Con comes to the ECL this weekend. All the info and tickets here.
Liquidation Stone Roses Special, EBGB’s
Madchester comes back to EBGB’s! Expect loads of Stone Roses plus Happy Mondays, Charlatans, Inspiral Carpets, James alongside Liquidation anthems. Click here for more.
Superstition at The Merchant
The sound of Motown is back at The Merchant this Saturday as Superstition brings the funk and soul. Expect to hear Marvin Gaye, The Temptations, Stevie Wonder and more here.
Garlands Made Me Do It, Eberle Street
The legend that is Garlands is officially back! Garlands Made me Do It is packed with more outrageously wild entertainment, magical atmosphere and crazy fun for all. Tickets here.
Sunday 11th March – Mother’s Day
Spoil your Ma this Mother’s Day in Liverpool
Mum’s the word this Sunday as we go all out to spoil our amazing mums. We’ve lined up dining deals, pamper days, thoughtful gifts and hilarious cards, all here so you can get booking.
Click here for 11 of the best Mother’s Day dining deals with plenty of prosecco and brilliant entertainment.
Winner Winner Chicken Dinner at Yard & Coop, Hanover Street
Fancy a Sunday Dinner with a difference? Head down to Yard & Coop for Buttermilk fried chicken breast, buttery mash, dirty greens & Yorkshire puddings and of course, chicken gravy! Menus and more here.
From Hogwarts to Hamelin, Philharmonic Hall
80 amazing musicians bring our favourite stories such as Harry Potter, The Lord of the Rings, the Cat in the Hat, Alice in Wonderland come alive on Sunday. Tickets and more here.
One for the Kids
Museum of Liverpool Pre-School Fun
While the big kids are busy at school, treat your toddlers to a quiet morning at Little Liverpool, a space for mini learners to build, explore and play. Click here to find out more.
Indiana Jones comes to Liverpool
Feeling flush after pay day weekend and into the ultimate adventure films? Tickets have just gone on sale for Indiana Jones ‘Raiders of the Lost Ark’ with a live orchestra at Liverpool’s Royal Philharmonic Hall. Click here to find out more and get yours.