What's On in Liverpool
This port-side city knows how to do glamour, late nights and clubbing to an absolute 'T'. Boasting their very own 'Lamb Bananas' and The Beatles band, it's no surprise that when it comes to what's on in Liverpool, there's plenty to choose from. Whether you're looking for a night out on the town, sports bars or just fun things to do, check out our list of the best events in Liverpool for some inspiration.
Last updated on 6th March 2017
Prepare yourself for an extravaganza of gravity defying feats, acrobatics and aerial shows as the Circo team dazzle with their Eccentrico Cabaret of Dreams dinner show. Of all things to do in Liverpool, being stunned by the weird and wonderful acts of this incredible venue has to be up there. Enjoy a three course meal as the performers and freakshow clowns captivate you on stage.
The Great Baltic Warehouse is going all out to celebrate its love of cocktails this summer, inviting 18 of the city's biggest bars to a pop-up cocktail festival. With a variety of different bars and cocktails on offer, guests will be able to sample both their all time favourites and some of Liverpool's most daring concoctions.
Looking for a fun Liverpool event? The Slaughter House sets your weekend up nicely with their Saturday nights of stand-up from some of the best, biggest and new names in the business. Head down for the show and even grab some food if you feel like it, then enjoy the show with a live band upstairs to continue the night after.
Mad about all things pop, Liverpool's Popworld helps the city start its weekend in true style, hosting a weekly pop-night called WTF Fridays. The resident DJs will be playing all the biggest and best pop tracks while the bar staff will keep the fun vibes going long into the early hours with their great drinks discounts.
Fancy yourself as a bit of an Einstein? Think you have the general knowledge to place you above the rest? Head to the Black Rabbit Shot Co's weekly Smartphone Quiz and find out. Taking place every Wednesday, the quiz incorporates the use of smartphones, making cheating impossible. Frustrating, we know, but definitely a worthwhile challenge.
The Liverpool Disco Festival returns for a second, taking over the Baltic Triangle and creating a line-up composed of the best Disco DJs in the country. Alongside serving all your favourite ice-cold beers, wines and spirits at the bar, the line-up that has been announced so far includes names such as D-Train, Ultra Nate, Tony Humphries, Joey Negro, Jellybean Benitez and Mr Scruff.