Liverpool Noise – Your Guide To Liverpool

    01/07/2022

    Makers Market returns to the dock with over 50 stalls

    A Makers Market bringing together some of the finest local independent makers, bakers and creators is returning to Royal Albert…
    29/06/2022

    New wine ambassador brings extra fizz to BoBo’s intoxicating wine club nights

    Liverpool’s only authentic Iberian bar, BoBo, has signed a new addition to its talented and passionate team as it take…
    29/06/2022

    Jazz Saturdays at Ma Boyle’s

    Summer time is here and Jazz Saturdays at Ma Boyle’s Alehouse and Eatery are really heating up. Across July and…
    27/06/2022

    Tate Liverpool Joins UK’s Largest Ever Showcase of Disabled Artists

    On 2 July, Tate Liverpool will join 29 museums and galleries across the UK to host We Are Invisible We…
    27/06/2022

    Mersey Ferries Announce Family Friendly Wildlife Cruise

    Perfect for families looking for a little something different to entertain the kids, the Bird Watching & Wildlife Cruise returns hosted by…
    27/06/2022

    Shielded In The Community: Artistic Submission Call Out

    Shielded In The Community is a disabled-led project run in partnership with DaDa Fest and funded by Liverpool City Council. DaDa…
    24/06/2022

    Leisure Land Episode 2 Coming To The Invisible Wind Factory

    Leisure Land, Liverpool’s newest game show event concept is back. This time for ‘Summer of Love’ where music and immersive…
    24/06/2022

    Sound City Satellite New Initiative In Collaboration With Merseyside Music Education Hub Alliance

    Sound City Satellite takes the award winning Sound City model to each area of the Liverpool City Region to deliver…

    Things To Do In Liverpool

    • Jul- 2022 -
      1 July
      Activities in Liverpool
      makers market

      Makers Market returns to the dock with over 50 stalls

      A Makers Market bringing together some of the finest local independent makers, bakers and creators is returning to Royal Albert Dock Liverpool on Sunday 3rd July.  Taking place along Hartley Quay opposite the Maritime Museum, a total of 59 stalls will offer a variety of the best seasonal produce, beautiful homeware and design products, vintage clothes, delicate jewellery and much more.  Food and drink lovers will be able to savour a selection of flavoursome dishes…

    • Jun- 2022 -
      29 June
      Activities in Liverpool
      jazz saturdays

      Jazz Saturdays at Ma Boyle’s

      Summer time is here and Jazz Saturdays at Ma Boyle’s Alehouse and Eatery are really heating up. Across July and into August, 7 new shows have been announced at the intimate and historic venue tucked away down Tower Gardens off Water Street. Working with Pazzjazz, the partnership continues to bring a kaleidoscopic range of jazz sounds to the city, infused with and inspired by the magic of New Orleans and Brazilian beats to the simmering…

    • 27 June
      Things to do in Liverpool
      Mersey Ferries Announce Bumper Line Up For 2022

      Mersey Ferries Announce Family Friendly Wildlife Cruise

      Perfect for families looking for a little something different to entertain the kids, the Bird Watching & Wildlife Cruise returns hosted by Mersey Ferries and the RSPB. Taking place on Saturday 16 July and Sunday 11 September, the cruises will set sail along the River Mersey and out into Liverpool Bay giving passengers the opportunity to witness some incredible wildlife up close. Set to make the experience interactive and fun, there are children’s craft activities on board, wildlife bingo, and a…

    • 27 June
      Activities in Liverpool
      Shielded In The Community DaDa Fest Project

      Shielded In The Community: Artistic Submission Call Out

      Shielded In The Community is a disabled-led project run in partnership with DaDa Fest and funded by Liverpool City Council. DaDa are asking Disabled and/or neurodiverse people who live in the north-west of England to take part in this project by responding artistically to their shielding experience – whatever their current shielding status.  Mandy Redvers-Rowe is a disabled writer based in Liverpool. Working with producer Harriet Warnock and Assistant Producer Robyn Bowyer. Together they’re delivering this…

    Food And Drink

      29/06/2022

      New wine ambassador brings extra fizz to BoBo’s intoxicating wine club nights

      Liverpool’s only authentic Iberian bar, BoBo, has signed a new addition to its talented and passionate team as it take…
      21/06/2022

      Tuck Into A Box of Steaming Paella At BoBo This Summer

      Liverpool’s only authentic Iberian bar, BoBo is to bring a flavour of Spanish summer to the city centre by launching…
      15/06/2022

      Nova Scotia Restaurant Review

      Liverpool is a city steeped in history, yet thanks to a new waterfront restaurant and bar, we’ve discovered even more…
      15/06/2022

      BoBo’s Colourful New Look Matched By Brilliant & Unusual New Iberian Wine List

      BoBo, Liverpool’s only authentic Iberian bar is celebrating its new ‘sunshine’ look, with an updated wine and food menu. Now…
      15/06/2022

      Delifonseca Dockside Goes Big On Father’s Day With Ultimate Sunday Roast

      With Father’s Day just a few days away, Delifonseca Dockside has decided to go all out this year when it…
      14/06/2022

      The Roof Garden, By Mamasan Reveals Brand New Small Plate & Dim Sum Menu

      On Saturday 4 June, contemporary South-East Asian inspired restaurant and bar, Mamasan, launched The Roof Garden. Located on the top…
      13/06/2022

      Liverpool’s Lu Ban Restaurant Strike Gold In VisitEngland Awards For Excellence 2022

      Lu Ban Restaurant has won one of the country’s major tourism awards after claiming gold at the VisitEngland Awards for Excellence…
      09/06/2022

      Taste Liverpool Drink Bordeaux Attracts Thousands Across The City And Toasts To The Future With Bordeaux 

      Over the Bank Holiday Jubilee weekend, the inaugural Taste Liverpool Drink Bordeaux took place, attracting thousands of food and drink…

      TV, Film, and Entertainment

      Activites In The City

        01/07/2022

        Makers Market returns to the dock with over 50 stalls

        A Makers Market bringing together some of the finest local independent makers, bakers and creators is returning to Royal Albert…
        29/06/2022

        Jazz Saturdays at Ma Boyle’s

        Summer time is here and Jazz Saturdays at Ma Boyle’s Alehouse and Eatery are really heating up. Across July and…
        27/06/2022

        Tate Liverpool Joins UK’s Largest Ever Showcase of Disabled Artists

        On 2 July, Tate Liverpool will join 29 museums and galleries across the UK to host We Are Invisible We…
        27/06/2022

        Shielded In The Community: Artistic Submission Call Out

        Shielded In The Community is a disabled-led project run in partnership with DaDa Fest and funded by Liverpool City Council. DaDa…
        21/06/2022

        Pop-up Artist Exhibition: Make Thread Collaborates With Liverpool’s Most Iconic Artists

        Make Thread has recently collaborated with Liverpool’s most iconic artists such as Neil Keating, John Culshaw, Jazz Stan, and May…
        13/06/2022

        Dark Waters Exhibition Coming To Tate Liverpool This Autumn

        JMW Turner with Lamin Fofana: Dark Waters focuses on the power and politics of the sea. Tate Liverpool’s location on the…
        30/05/2022

        A Lovely Poetry Festival Coming To The Everyman Theatre This Summer

        This summer, A Lovely Word in association with Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse bring a brand new poetry festival to the…
        13/05/2022

        Traces Through The Landscape, New Exhibition At dot-art Gallery

        ‘Traces Through The Landscape’ is a solo exhibition at dot-art Gallery by Amanda Oliphant, featuring a new body of work…
        10/05/2022

        Open Water Swimming At Princes Dock This Summer With Her Spirit App

        There’s no better way to enjoy the Great British Summer (come rain or shine!) than with a dip in the…
        04/05/2022

        FREE University of Liverpool Public Lectures: Arts, Sustainability and the Climate Crisis

        Join the debate on Arts, Sustainability and the Climate Crisis with three more, free Public Lectures in the Arts at…

        Gigs, Festivals and Nightlife

        • Jun- 2022 -
          27 June
          Liverpool Nightlife
          Sonic Yootha Liverpool 7th Birthday

          Seven Years of Sonic Yootha: Review

          Exuberance is what comes to mind upon reflection of Saturday night’s sensational seventh birthday party for Sonic Yootha. Becoming increasingly well renowned as an event that champions inclusivity since it began back in 2015, Sonic Yootha hosts monthly discos at 24 Kitchen Street, in the Baltic Triangle. It has been heralded in the past as saving Liverpool’s gay scene, allowing for a sharp swerve away from the cheesy pop stereotypically associated with a ‘queer night’. Co-founders Ian Usher and Shaun…

        • 24 June
          Things to do in Liverpool
          Leisure Land - Badmintron

          Leisure Land Episode 2 Coming To The Invisible Wind Factory

          Leisure Land, Liverpool’s newest game show event concept is back. This time for ‘Summer of Love’ where music and immersive technology meet old time games and arcade favourites for a retro yet futuristic night out with a difference. Expect DJs, bands, games, prizes, food and drink. The creatives at Invisible Wind Factory have done it again and Leisure Land is back for Episode 2 – Summer of Love. With all the madness from Episode One plus more DJs, a new…

        • 24 June
          Music
          Sound City Satellite - Future Yard

          Sound City Satellite New Initiative In Collaboration With Merseyside Music Education Hub Alliance

          Sound City Satellite takes the award winning Sound City model to each area of the Liverpool City Region to deliver a focussed conference, live programme of activity and training for young people aged 14-16, as part of the Merseyside Music Education Hub Alliance(MMEHA).  From June 2022, Sound City and Merseyside Music education hubs alliance will run via six events across the Liverpool Boroughs including Wirral, Sefton, Halton, St Helens, Knowsley and Liverpool.  Through these events the focus will be to…

        • 20 June
          Music
          Katy Alex Latest Single Sad Songs (Photo Credit - Sam Crowston).png

          Katy Alex’s Latest Single ‘Sad Songs’ Cements Her Addictive Synth-Pop Sound

          Sad Songs is the latest single from Liverpool’s Katy Alex and will form part of her upcoming debut EP, Glow, which is set to be released on 13 July. Sad Songs follows Katy’s critically acclaimed previous single, Glow, and is another collaboration with her familiar producer Alex Quinn. Katy Alex is a Liverpool based artist, recently moving past the worthy milestone of 250,000 Spotify listeners while remaining with an independent label, Immersive Records. Alex has been fully immersed in the…

        • 17 June
          Music
          KEEF - She's Like An Escalator

          KEEF Release New Track ‘She’s Like An Escalator’

          Northwest based indie-rock band KEEF have been driving their sound into the world over the past year with a consistent stream of single releases. Their music, layered somewhere between psychedelic and alternative rock hints towards their working-class upbringing with lyrics touching on isolation from the real world, relationships and the commonly shared discontentment found in day-to-day life.  New single She’s Like An Escalator follows the same trajectory, opening with a consistent and frantic rhythm section before a nostalgia tinted guitar…