This historic maritime city birthed The Beatles. That's almost enough said right there isn't it? But the city has much more to offer, with some of the UK's best theatres, arenas and venues for a merry night out in Merseyside.
What’s better than a Friday that marks the start of a four day break from work? Liverpool gets cracking this Good Friday to mark the start of the long Easter weekend, promising plenty of fun to be had with a whole three days off to recover. Take a look at the opportunities for an eggciting, eggtraordinary Good Friday in Merseyside.
For a night out to remember, check out Liverpool’s madder than Manchester nightlife, with epic club nights always to hand at the likes of Cavern Club, Level, Heaven of the after-hours Fusion. For a (slightly) calmer introduction to the weekend, you might want to consider Comedy Club to start the Easter weekend with sore cheeks over sore livers. Or you might even feel like treating yourself to a top touring West End show at the Empire, Everyman, Playhouse, Royal Court, or Unity, or a big name taking centre stage at Echo Arena or the O2 Academy. Liverpool has so many world-class venues to catch performances, you’re bound to find something or someone to start the holiday off happily.
But what makes Good Friday actually Great Friday is that it’s not all about what to do at night. You have the whole day off to enjoy and the Merseyside metropolis has endless ways to spend your time. From museums like Tate Liverpool or the World Museum to cruising down the River Mersey, there’s lots to enjoy for any age.
Good Friday is all about feeling good...so do something you enjoy this year. Check out the best events happening in the cultural capital and make the most of being in this eggceptional city.