Get Ready for the Weekend in Liverpool

Get Ready for the Weekend in Liverpool Botanical Garden fireworks, Tate’s after hours party and a Bombed Out Church market.   EVENT | Farewell fireworks for popular summer venue The Baltic Triangle’s Botanical Garden will end its fourth summer season with a bang as its closing party takes place on Saturday 29 September.A firework ... Read More...

Get Ready for the Weekend in Liverpool

Get Ready for the Weekend in Liverpool Immersive AURORA arrives, traffic-free cycling fun and more.   EXPERIENCE | 'Walk through water' at AURORA AURORA arrives at Toxteth Reservoir today (21 September), transforming the cave-like vaults of the Grade II-listed site into an immersive ‘walk through water’ experience.Open for bookable hourly sessions from Thursday to ... Read More...

Get Ready for the Weekend in Liverpool

Get ready for the weekend in Liverpool Rum and Gin Festival, pop-up cinema screening, last chance to catch painting showcase and more   FESTIVAL | Rum and Gin Festival arrives at landmark Toast the end of the summer in style as the UK’s Rum and Gin Festival tour stops off at Liverpool’s St George’s ... Read More...

Get Ready for the Weekend in Liverpool

Get ready for the weekend in Liverpool The Jacaranda’s 60th anniversary, Run For Rhys & Bootle Music Festival   EVENT | Celebrate 60 years of The Jacaranda Legendary Slater Street pub The Jacaranda, where The Beatles first played, will mark its 60th anniversary with three days of celebrations from 24-26 August.The original venue and ... Read More...

The best outdoor arts & entertainment in Liverpool this summer

The best outdoor arts & entertainment in Liverpool this summer Words by Natasha YoungWilliam Shakespeare’s ‘The Tempest’ Where? Knowsley HallWhen? 9 AugustWhat’s happening? Pack up a picnic, set up your camping chair, sit back and enjoy an evening of theatre outdoors. All male company The Lord Chamberlain’s Men will perform its fast-paced production ... Read More...

Museum to host free events celebrating China’s Dragon Boat Festival

World Museum will celebrate China’s traditional Dragon Boat Festival this weekend with a host of free events.On 16 June visitors can enjoy performances, workshops and crafts throughout the day to mark the 16-18 June occasion, which coincides with the museum’s ongoing China’s First Emperor and the Terracotta Warriors exhibition.Liverpool Hung ... Read More...