Circo are putting a boozy spin on everyone's favourite feel-good movie. Head to the themed nightclub as they screen the Greatest Showman alongside bottomless bubbles and endless popcorn. Know all the words? Perfect because you're expected to dress up and sing along.
Quirky Clubs in Liverpool
As one of the country's most forward-thinking cities, Liverpool has no shortage of quirky clubs, with converted churches, tiki paradises, bonkers bingo and underground live music venues scattered around the city. Read our recommendations on all the weird and wonderful places to visit on a night out.
This nightclub, bar and circus is one of the most weird and wonderful spots in Liverpool. Whether they're hosting a night where you'll be dazzled by circus performances, or one dedicated to Heather Small, Circo has no shortage of bizarre events.
Bringing a taste of South American to Liverpool, this part-bar, part-cantina, part-club is a Havana-esque paradise in the heart of Albert Dock. The quirky venue will have you getting down with the mariachi band before heading into the club space for some classic dance hits.
Hosting some of the most weird and wonderful nights out, Camp and Furnace has no shortage of entertainment. From Bongo's Bingo, to Piano Wars, to Ya Nan's Big Quiz and Singalong, there's so many silly themed nights to get stuck into.
Offering non-stop rock, indie and alternative nights, Electrik Warehouse is a place for big tunes, big hair and big nights out. Opening up every weekend to bring you only the most energetic, fun-loving nights out in Liverpool, it's never a bad spot to start or finish the evening.
Of course this is on here, the legendary venue that saw the rise of The Beatles. It's still a thriving music venue and a spot for any music fan, purely for its nostalgic value. There's also a gift shop so you can pick up some merch at the end of the night.
The Arts Club is an institution with a 'Sh*t Indie Disco' Thursday tradition. Nights here give you the cance to party in a venue that's played host to the likes of Paul Weller, Fatboy Slim and many other bands, DJs and comedians.
Cloaked in neon and tattoo-themed, Ink Bar features offbeat pieces of art and high-end party interiors. Expect to hear tunes from some of Liverpool's most up-and-coming DJs here before going and getting your own (fake) tattoos.
Aloha is Liverpool's longest standing tiki bar and nightclub. If you want to feel like you've escaped the harsh winter chills this is the one for you, the bar specialises in themed cocktails, poppy music and all the Hawaiian-themed decor you could need.
Welcoming guest DJs on the regular and opening up the terrace in summer months, Heebie Jeebies also has a second venue, EBGBs which is a bare-bricked underground club tinged with mischief and debauchery from nights passed.