LightNight is one of the most special dates in Liverpool’s calendar. A one night, free “culture crawl” as the city’s museums, art galleries and iconic buildings open their doors until late, letting arts and culture spill onto the city’s streets.
It’s Easter already! You know what that means; it’s time for a break, treat yourself. We don’t need much of an excuse to go out and enjoy Liverpool, but Easter Bank Holiday weekend basically means that we’re entitled to have fun.
That time where we put on our very best threads for a day out at Aintree. Still looking for somewhere to stay, somewhere to eat or somewhere to carry on the celebrations (or commiserations) we have you sorted.
The Rock n Roll marathon is taking place in Liverpool this May, but how much do you know about it? Watch the video, find out about the medals, what makes it Rock N Roll and when and where it's happening.
A city with a lot of history, comes a city with a lot of tales… and a lot of ghosts. The Shiverpool Ghost Tour is not your average ‘Most Haunted’ episode type tour. Social Media girl and regular blog writer, Jess went along one cold February night.
Today, we thank the seventh Duchess of Bedford, Anna Russel for the delightful tradition that is Afternoon Tea. We’ve decided to discover some of Liverpool’s best places for Afternoon Tea. From the traditional, to the jaw dropping to even Beatles themed. We’ve found it.
In Liverpool we’re lucky to have a wide range of fantastic bars, restaurants, clubs, but the Sugar Hut is a little bit different. Our socialising, social media gal Jess familiarises herself with the gastronomic addition.