What’s on in Liverpool this weekend? Your ‘Going Out Guide’ is this way…

Glamming up for a big night or dressing down for a Sunday brekkie? We’ve got all the info you need to plan a great weekend.

If you’re into Gin, you’re going to love this weekend’s guide as the city gets a good soaking in its favourite spirit! We’ve got tasty eats, banging beats and loads of cultural stuff to have a gander at too.

Here’s your Going Out Guide to What’s On in Liverpool this weekend….

Friday 20th October

Pre-kend drinks kept under Lock & Key, Duke Street

Our new favourite, high-end hang out has to be Lock & Key, Duke Street. The funky interior, signature cocktails and tasty menu has everything we could possibly need to get our weekend started! Find out more here. 

Swing your beads and shine your shoes, The Roaring 2.0’s comes to Liverpool

Are you ready for a 20’s party like no other? Rebooting the 20’s with a 21st century twist, the UK premier of The Roaring 2.0s isn’t a club night. It’s not a concert. It’s not even a cabaret. It’s an enormous high end theatrical event where the 1000+ attendees are part of the cast at the incredible Invisible Wind Factory, escaping reality into the hedonistic world of the Bright Young Things. Check it out here.

Celebrate the Stranger Tings at The Merchant, Slater Street

A follow up night of music all things relating to the second series of cult Netflix show, Stranger Things. Expect Toto’s Africa, Dolly Parton’s The Bargain Store,The Clash, Should I Stay or Should I Go, plus many more. Info here.

Friday Night Gin Festival at Croxteth Park

Who’s coming back to Croxteth Park to drink Gin this Friday? With multiple sessions available to book, you wont find a more stunning setting to get a bit tipsy and raise a glass to the wonder that is gin! Tickets here.

A taste of the Far East for tea at Tiger Rock Hawker

Can;t decide what to have for tea? Why not have a bit of everything at Tiger Rock Hawker, North John Street? Driven by their passion for deliciously fresh East Asian cooking, Tiger Rock offers the best in Thai, Chinese, Malaysian, Singaporean, Vietnamese and Laotian dishes, all served with a twist. Menus and more here. 

Saturday 21st October

More Gin? Why not! Gin Party in the Palm House, Sefton Park

Expect music, dancing, food and, of course, GIN at Sefton Park Palm House this Friday and Saturday. Upon arrival you will be given your very own branded gin balloon….don’t lose it as it is yours to keep throughout the festival and to take home having been spoilt for choice with 20+ different boutique gins to choose from. Tickets here. 

The Judge wants you! Comic Art Festival at The Victoria Museum & Gallery

Into your comic books? You wont want to miss this two day festival of all things Dredd with an opportunity to meet artist and Judge Dredd creator, John Higgins, plus workshops, Q&As and more. Go have a mooch. Info here.

Know Your History at ‘Tales From the City’, Museum of Liverpool

Watch above as our Pete and John take you around Tales from the City, an exhibition featuring stories, artefacts and memories from Liverpool’s LGBT+ community. Open to the public at the Museum of Liverpool right now until late 2018, be one of the first to discover more about our local history. Info here. 

Grab at coffee at Ryde, Cain’s Brewery

Opposite The Baltic Market, quirky coffee shop Ryde is rustic yet quaint, quality yet affordable. The site doubles up as a bike repair shop making it all the more interesting! Flat white and a freshly baked croissant please! More info here. 

Perfect Saturday at The Lodge at The Clubhouse, Liverpool ONE

The Club House at Liverpool One, looks more inviting than ever strung with lights in the Autumnal evenings and with the addition of The Lodge, you’re invited to enjoy great food, top class service and of course, a classic film, all in one place.

Power to the People, 24 Kitchen Street

Power To The People are back after a hugely successful sold-out launch party back in May with Ninetoes. This time they will be bringing you lots more fun and madness with Russ Yallop, Kinnerman and resident DJs plus creative designs and trippy decor to make you mad party heads feel right at home! Tickets here.

Back to the Dock, Part 3, North Shore Troubadour

North Shore Troubadour is hosting a seriously old school party featuring all the classics you’d have heard in the Hard Dock, back in the day. Two rooms, one night, all the bangers. Info here. 

Sunday 22nd October

Cure that hangover with some retail therapy at Lou Lou’s Vintage Fair

What’s on for the vintage fans? Lou Lou’s Vintage Fair returns to the Adelphi Hotel from 10am this Sunday and if you’re into retro fashion, accessories and memorabilia, this is the place to mooch! More info here. 

Feeling better? Get a Sunday Roast in your belly at Cargo, Alexandra Tower

We’re heading down to the waterfront to Cargo for our Sunday roast this week. There’s also a delicious seafood menu available if you can resist that gorgeous plate of roastie-goodness above!? Menus and more here. 

Sunday bevs at Castle Street Townhouse, Castle Street

Back on it? Of course you are! We love a few Sunday bevs down at Castle Street Townhouse, the atmosphere is always great and it’s a good meeting place to enjoy the last few hours of the weekend. Don’t forget your bowler hat! Menus, cocktails and more here. 

Kellerfest, Live entertainment at Bierkeller, Liverpool One

Sunday nights from 8pm, Bierkeller at Liverpool One bring you Kellerfest! Live music, great deals on steins, shots and pints and a winning atmosphere. Find out more here.

Sunday club launch party at Kingdom Nightclub and Bar

What’s on Sunday night? Liverpool just got sexy as Kingdom Nightclub launches its Sunday Club with a live guest performance from Kellie Leigh. Book a booth and get glam, tickets and booking here.

Where are you partying this weekend? Send your selfies and suggestions our way, find us on socials @TheGuideLpool and have a great one!

 

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