Meet The Music Night Where You Don’t Know Where You’re Going Or Who You’re Seeing

by Independent Liverpool Published:

The element of surprise is a wave Liverpool has been riding on for some time. No longer are we buying the “one size fits all” approach. We’re becoming increasingly attracted...

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Camp And Furnace To Introduce ‘NightGarden’ – Your New Favourite Friday Night

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Take a step into the NIGHTGARDEN, a fantastical environment of electro-landscapes and digital botanicals.   Combining food, drink, design and performance, NIGHTGARDEN debuts at the Greenland Street venue on Friday October...

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There’s Going To Be An American Themed Prom Night At Camp and Furnace This New Year’s Eve

by Independent Liverpool Published:

What happens on prom night, stays on prom night. New Year’s Eve is a night shrouded with pressure. The pressure to have fun, kiss goodbye to the old you and...

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Finca To Host Unique Cuban ‘Home’ Dining Event

by Independent Liverpool Published:

We’re Havana good time…. Cuban street food restaurant launches the first in its series of paladars and we can’t stop drooling. One of the city’s most unusual dining experiences is set...

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Take This Quiz To See How Scouse You Are

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Are you a scouser or a wool? Now you can find out… In case you haven’t noticed, Liverpudlians take being Scouse quite serious. So much so that the identity borders...

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18 Things To Do In Liverpool In September

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Bid farewell to summer in style. From pints to pumpkins, sun cream to selection boxes and dining al fresco to fireworks, it isn’t long before we enter beautiful Autumn. Goodbye’s...

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August Bank Holiday In Liverpool – What To Do

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Bank Holidays, the only time the word ‘bank’ is used in a sentence and met with a joyous disposition. Three-day weekend, there is something so satisfying about those assortment of...

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Bongo & The Beanstalk: Liverpool’s Alternative Christmas Night Out

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Expect dwarfs, dance offs and a surprise performances. Is it too early to talk about Christmas? Never and especially not when Mr Jonny Bongo is involved, the outrageous Northern Irishman single...

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15 Things You Need To Do In August In Liverpool

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Liverpool – a great city with even better things to do. We’re officially half way through 2016. Terrifying, isn’t it? Soon, the sun cream will be replaced with selection boxes...

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16 Things You Must Do In July In Liverpool

by Independent Liverpool Published:

June’s over? Julying or something? We all know June is over and so is Glastonbury, it’s now July… (Somebody remind the weather!). So if you’re having the Glasto blues or...

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17 Reasons To Be Incredibly Excited For Our Carnival Themed Food & Drink Festival

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Come and shake your tail feather. Clear your diaries because on the 9th and 10th of July we are throwing our biggest and best party to date. Mardi Gras meets Rio...

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16 Things In June You Must Do In Liverpool

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Hold on, it’s June already? We’re officially half way through 2016. Terrifying, isn’t it? Life is what happens when you’re busy making plans, we suppose. June is a beautiful time...

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Go On A Summer Cruise In Liverpool And See The City Like Never Before

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Ferry across the Mersey. A world-class city and a world-famous ferry collide on the Mersey, making for one hell of a date. Gerry and the Pacemakers made it famous and...

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The Kazimier Have Just Launched A New Immersive Theatre Experience And You Must Go

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Same spirit, different space. If you missed it, The Kazimier announced last month that they weren’t ready to say goodbye that easily. Rather than the end of the book, they...

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Botanical Garden Turns One This Weekend And They Want You To Go And Help Them Drink All Their Gin

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Help drink gin? Oh go on, you’ve twisted our arm. The Baltic Triangle is the epicentre of creativity in Liverpool and is well known for pushing the boundaries. It is...

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Binary Festival To Showcase Liverpool’s Creative Potential

by Independent Liverpool Published:

A lively two-day gathering, celebrating and connecting communities of innovators, inventors, leaders, makers and creators of our future. Northern Power House is a phrase that commands tabloids whilst often forgetting...

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The Brink Are Having A 1960’s Inspired Dance And You’re All Invited

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Why drink a bar dry when you can drink in a dry bar? The Brink is set to transform into a retro rockabilly dance hall for a special Spring Dance....

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30 Things To Do And Eat In Liverpool When You’re In Love With Spicy Food

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Some like it hot. Do you love spicy food? Food with more kick than a Bruce Lee movie that’ll have you panting for oxygen and milk at the same time?...

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Blend Your Own Liverpool Gin At 60 Hope Street

by Independent Liverpool Published:

You had us at gin… It’s not news that Liverpool is gin crazy. It has found its way into cakes, cookies and the mouths of half the city. We just...

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This Doggie Day Out In Calderstones Park Looks Incredible

by Independent Liverpool Published:

A paw-some doggie day out to raise vital funds for Merseyside Dogs Home. Merseyside Dogs Home take in more stray dogs than any other rescue on Merseyside. They are also...

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18 Reasons To Be Incredibly Excited About Our Spring Food & Drink Festival

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Join us through the rabbit hole. Spring has sprung. The daffodils are sprouting, the sun is shining and the whole city is smiling. Goodbye winter, hello spring. With it being...

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Bloomin’ Good Spring Bash For Creative Kids

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Imagine, create and explore. After the success of winter FESTIVal, Square Pegs are proud to be springing back into action with a third quarterly show-stopper, calling all creative kids to...

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Learn Guitar In One Of Liverpool’s Most Beautiful Buildings With One Of Liverpool’s Most Favourite Guitarists

by Independent Liverpool Published:

You can now learn guitar at the same place where Gerry Marsden learnt. The Florence Institute or ‘The Florrie’ as it’s known to most was built in 1889 by local...

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There’s A Festival Dedicated To Disco Happening In Liverpool And You Need To Go

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Let’s dance Liverpool. Everyone needs a little more disco in their life. A call to go wild and party and dance with no thought or conscience or regard for tomorrow....

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