What’s on this weekend in Liverpool?
Markets, martini’s and a murder mysteries make up this weekend in Liverpool, Friday 26 – Sunday 28 April 2019.
Here’s 10 things to do this weekend in Liverpool…
For Brides to be
St George’s Hall Wedding Fair
Planning your big day? Get down to St George’s Hall on Sunday from 11am to check out more than 40 wedding suppliers under one magnificent roof. It’s free entry, there’s catwalk shows from the latest bridal fashion, live entertainment and the chance to book service for the day of you always dreamed of. Bridesmaids – we suggest tagging along for free cake samples! More info here.
To Party Like It’s 1999
Purple Rave, The Merchant
Leave the little red Corvet at home on Saturday night, stick your raspberry beret on and head down to The Merchant, Slater street for a Purple Rave in honour of the pint sized rocker himself, Prince. Three years since his passing, there’s a psychedelic celebration of all things Prince with No Faking DJ’s spinning the greatest hits all night long. Free entry too. More info here.
For Funk Lovers
Funky Club, Camp & Furnace
It’s the last Friday of the month which means only one thing! All down to Camp & Furnace for the return of Friday Funk from 9pm. This feast of funk, soul and Motown is reminiscent of the Craig Charles club nights that always sell out so do yourself a favour and soak up the cool vibes, belt out those lyrics and get low down and funky this Friday. Tickets are £4.50, get yours here.
To Pick Up Some Prints
Liverpool Print Fair, Bluecoat
Liverpool Print Fair brings together the region’s (and UK’s) most talented artists to sell their original and unique work at the Bluecoat this Saturday. From 10:30am until 5pm you can wander the stalls or artists, illustrators, printmakers and designers all selling affordable art that will brighten and spruce up any home or work space. Have a go at creating your own screen or relief print too. More details here.
For The Love Of Wrestling
Exhibition Centre Liverpool
For The Love of Wrestling makes its scouse debut this weekend and if you’re into your WWE/WWF big names, you’re gonna love this. The Undertaker, Brett the Hitman Hart, The Brooklyn Brawler, Nature Boy Ric Flair, they’re all making a comeback to meet fans in Liverpool this Saturday and Sunday. Monopoly Events, the team behind Liverpool Comic Con have gone all out to bring specials guests, meet & greets, traders, merch, cosplay and more to Exhibition Centre. Find out more and get tickets here.
To Work Out Who Dunnit?
Murder Mystery Evening, Everyman Theatre
How about this for an alternative night out? Dress up as your favourite MI6 character as Carry On meets James Bond for Trained to Kill: Murder Mystery Experience. Set in the Everyman Theatre Bistro, Hope St on Saturday from 7:30pm you’ll be treated to a three course meal and invited to infiltrate, interrogate and discover the truth when agent Lance Riptone makes a curious return to base. Sounds a good laugh this, channel your inner Bond Girl and get booking here.
For a Sunday well spent!
Sundays At The Grand, Totally Tina
You know what makes a Sunday afternoon infinitely better? A soundtrack from one of the undeniable divas of all time. Head to Grand Central, Renshaw St this Sunday for an interactive, cabaret show that will knock your socks off. Compered by the gorgeous Leanne Campbell, this show is suitable for families and will have your Sunday lit up in no time! Big wheels keep on turnin! Book here.
For A Brand New Way to Brunch
Skaus Kafe at Camp & Furnace
Skaus has made a welcome return to the Baltic this week with a long term partnership with Camp & Furnace. Skaus Kafe is now serving up Scandinavian inspired brunch and seasonal small plates in the lobby from 9am until 6pm Monday to Saturday – so what better excuse to bin off the cornies this weekend and tuck into pancakes, a full English or homemade granola? More info here.
To Laugh Your Ass Off
My Fairfield Lady, Royal Court
From the writers of Scouse Cinderella comes a brand new comedy at the Royal Court. My Fairfield Lady opens this weekend and turns the traditional storyline of My Fair Lady, on its head. Looking for a glam girl to get her lad out of the box room, Mary sets her sights on Lizzie, a Cheshire gal who needs a bit of Scouse to properly fit the bill. Busting with hilarious scouse-isms and local wit, get your tickets to be the first to see My Fairfield Lady here.
For a Weekend Blow Out
53 Liverpool Gin Club
There’s no time left to recover from the Bank Holiday as weekend vibes are incoming at 53 Liverpool, Berry Street. Gin balloons are buy one get one for £1 with live music from 7pm and DJ’s from 10pm all weekend until close, it’s going to feel like a three day party all over again. Expect all the biggest club anthems, cocktails and a belting hangover on Sunday. More here.