What’s on in Liverpool this week 29th May – 3rd June 2018
It’s a short week and there’s so much to see and do in Liverpool.
What’s on in Liverpool this week? How about huge film singalongs, a Baltic festival or north shore all nighter? Fill up with a taste of Africa or chill out to the Spice Girls with Brunch. Treat the kids to an open air show and free chicken, support our independent arts scene and mooch about an arts market before glamming up and hitting the rooftops for a well deserved cocktail or two?
Here’s what’s on in Liverpool 29th May – 3rd June 2018….
Tuesday 29th May
Buyers Club Gallery Exhibition 004
Shake off your late May bank holiday blues with beers, BBQ sausages and guest DJ’s at the launch of Buyers Club Gallery 004 and check out the world of Lizard Force. More here.
Family Feast at Yard & Coop, Hanover Street
As another half term gets into full swing across the region, why not take the kids down the coop for a tasty and affordable lunch? Kids at free at Yard & Coop with every paying adult meal, winner winner chicken dinner. Menus here.
Everyman Theatre Laughter Locker
Tuesday nights are all about having a giggle at the Everyman Bistro as Laughter Lockers returns for another stellar round up of funny people. Check out the line up here.
Wednesday 30th May
Stereophonics, Echo Arena
Wels rockers, Stereophonics play the Echo Arena for one night only this Wednesday and if you’re super quick, you can snap up the last few tickets here.
Brass Eye Screening Night, 81 Renshaw Street
After sold out screenings of Peep Show and Father Ted, Yeah Buddy DIY & Liverpool Noise return to 81 Renshaw on May 30th with another cult TV comedy favourite – Brasseye! Get your £5 tickets here.
Lush Spa Open Day, Whitechapel
Get summer body ready with our favourite bath bomb supplier, LUSH as the store opens the doors to its Spa from 12pm – 5pm on Wednesday. No booking just turn up and check it out. More info here.
Thursday 31st May
My Dad Wrote a Porno, Live, Liverpool Empire
What would you do if your dad wrote a dirty book? Ignore it? Not Jamie Morton. He reads it to the world and you’re going to laugh your ass off! Tickets for this Liverpool Empire hilarious comedy here.
The Ginsmiths Experience, Tap & Still
Spend your Thursday evening finding out all there is to know about the Ginsmiths of Liverpool and more importantly, the superb range of gin they produce! £20pp and includes a tour, tutored tasting and complimentary G&T. Details here.
Kingfast Live, Peaky Blinders Bar
Get yourself down to Cain’s Brewery Village on Thursday evening and catch up and coming pop and soul artist, Kingfast perform live. More info here.
Friday 1st June
The Baltic Weekender, Baltic Triangle
Who needs a bank holiday when the summer festival really hots up at the Baltic Triangle Weekender! Tickets have flown out for this three day gathering, hosted by 24 Kitchen Street and Abandoned Silence. Get yours and check out the line up here.
Tar Girl at Red Door Roof Top, Berry Street
Get a taste of Scouse summer with a brand new cocktail at Red Door, Berry Street. The ‘Tar Girl’ goes hand in hand with roof top fun, live music and laughs. More here.
ASBO Cinema presents: Grease, Camp & Furnace
Celebrating 40 years since Grease first hit our big screens, ASBO Cinema is hosting this, the ultimate feel good film as a mass sing-along, dance off, popcorn chugging event at Camp & Furnace. Tickets here.
The RNB Sessions, The Jacaranda
There’s a huge night of up and coming talent at The Jacaranda this Friday as the RNB Sessions showcases the very best of Merseyside RNB acts. Get low down and shake it and grab your tickets here.
Saturday 2nd June
Summer Arts Market, Liverpool Cathedral
The Summer Arts Market returns to Liverpool Cathedral this Saturday where you’ll find more than 200 stalls bursting with local produce from art, jewelley, clothing, photography, food and drink and more. Details here.
Taste of Africa, Fodder Canteen
Have you ever tried Jolloff rice or Malafe peanut stew? Well get yourself down to Fodder Canteen, Norfolk Street on Saturday for a taste of Africa as the Cultural Catering company brings this pop up of authentic cuisine to life. Tickets here.
Dream Rides for Claire House Hospice, Albert Dock
Fancy a ride in a super car this weekend? Help to raise vital funds for Claire House Hospice while cruising around the waterfront in the car of your dreams this Saturday. Find out more about Dream Rides here.
Dock n Roll, North Shore Troudabour
Gearing up for an epic all nighter event, North Shore Troubadour hosts ‘Dock N Roll’ on Saturday featuring a mixed genre of DJ’s and MC’s to last all the way into Sunday. Check out the line up here.
Gatecrasher Classical, Liverpool Empire
The one and only Maxi Jazz performs live at Gatecrasher Classical this Saturday at the Liverpool Empire. Are you ready to hear Insomnia like never before? Get your tickets here.
Sunday 3rd June
Saved by the Brunch, The Alchemist
Start your Sunday recuperation with brunch at The Alchemist, with a big old 90’s twist. Three cocktails, a brunch dish of your choice and the very best 90’s tunes spinning all morning, until your head isn’t! Book your booth and spice up your life here.
Sunday Roast & Live Music at Smugglers Cove, Albert Dock
We’re tucking into a delicious roast dinner at Smugglers Cove this Sunday and if a plate loaded with fluffy Yorkshire puddings, seasonal veg and tender meats, there’s also live music from James Riley from 4pm too! Book here.
Stanley Kubrick, Vintage Sunday, Picturehouse at FACT
Kicking off a Stanley Kubrick season and celebrating 50 years since it’s release, you can watch 2001: A Space Odyssey at Picturehouse at FACT this Sunday and marvel at it’s cinematic splendour all over again. Tickets here.
My Fair Lady, Concert Room, St George’s Hall
We still can’t get enough of Audrey Hepburn, 60 years on from her iconic role as Holly Golightly in My Fair Lady and now we have the chance to see this timeless story come to life at St George’s Hall, in a staged concert. Find out more here.
One for the Kids
Live Theatre at the Bombed Out Church
Grab a picnic and a blanket and settle down at the Bombed Out Church this weekend as Hans and his Magical Wheel of Tales entertains you and the kids as part of The Guide Liverpool Fringe Festival 2018. £5 per family, tickets here.
It’s less than 8 weeks until Liverpool International Music Festival returns to Sefton Park for two days packed with amazing musical talent. Have you seen the line up? And more importantly….have you got your £5 ticket? Don’t miss out, get yours here.