Queen avenue, a narrow Victorian Street in Liverpool City Centre. There is golden festoon lighting hung across the buildings and people outside eating at little tables and chairs.

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Pudsey bear sitting on some steps at St George's Hall with some bags next to them. Nov 22

Eurovision: From flags to bags!

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Remember the official Eurovision Song Contest 2023 branding which was emblazoned across Liverpool in…

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First headliners announced for On The Waterfront 2024

Following this year’s sell out which attracted over 45,000 people, we’re excited to announce the return of On the Waterfront to Liverpool’s Pier Head, kick starting the summer for another series of stunning shows and live performances taking place from Thursday 20th – Sunday 23rd June 2024, and the…

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Liverpool ONE counts down to festive extravaganza

Aerial performances, singing elves, local talent and magical pop-up pantomimes will take centre stage as Liverpool ONE kicks off Christmas in just one month’s time. Taking place on Friday 17 November from 4pm until 8pm, Liverpool ONE Christmas LIVE! is set to bring the ultimate festive party to…

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Halloween Events in Liverpool

Spooky season is nearly upon us and there are lots of ways to celebrate Halloween in Liverpool. From ghost tours to haunted scare attractions, rave nights, family friendly days out and even a Halloween Pantomime - we’ve rounded up some spine-tingling events not to miss. Shiverpool Ghost Tours…

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Liverpool's Homotopia Festival Returns for 2023

Homotopia, the UK’s longest running LGBTQ+ arts festival, returns for its 20th anniversary in 2023 with a celebration of Queer history and heritage - starting with a riotous pro-wrestling, drag and cabaret night in Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle. Clash of the Titans will see wrestlers and Queer…

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50 Free Things To Do In Liverpool

Looking for free things to do in Liverpool? You're in for a treat! If you’re looking for a day out in Liverpool that doesn’t cost the earth, then we have you covered. We're a city with more museums and galleries than any other city outside of London and most of them are free, we've got lots of parks…

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2023 John Moores Painting Prize winner announced

The Walker Art Gallery has announced Graham Crowley as the winner of the John Moores Painting Prize 2023 with his work Light Industry , a painting inspired by a visit to a motorcycle dealership. 2023 marks the tenth occasion that Graham Crowley has entered the prize – his first entry being in 1976…

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