A brand new mural was unveiled last week as part of New Brighton’s ever-growing street art collection. The piece, entitled “Unsung Heroes“ is a portrait of local RNLI volunteer Mike Jones who celebrates 40-years of working at the New Brighton Lifeboat station. Unsung Heroes Mural in New Brighton Painted on the gable end of a … Continue reading “Unsung Heroes” celebrated in a brand new mural.
Due to the success of its flagship climbing wall, which has received more than 100,000 customers, The Climbing Hangar has opened its second Liverpool site on the Matchworks estate in Speke. The all-new 11,200 sq foot indoor climbing centre is an upgrade on the existing Birchall Street venue. It features a bright and comfortable cafe … Continue reading The Climbing Hangar | Speke
Like many organisations, St Luke's Bombed Out Church has had to close during the Covid-19 lockdown period from March 2020.Set in the heart of the city, it has remained one of the Liverpool’s most stunning venues, host to a wide range of music, arts and culture across the years, famously with its roof missing. St … Continue reading More Than A Bombed Out Church – Liverpool’s Newest Garden Bar
Last month, I was contacted by the friendly team at Graham’s who have recently launched Blend Number 5, White Port. They had 2 really easy questions for me. Have I heard of White Port before? And would I know where to find it in Liverpool? I’m guessing your answers would be the same as mine. … Continue reading Could White Port Be The Next Big Thing?
Albert’s Schenke, the brand-new Bier Halle and Cook Palace concept from Mission Mars, will open officially at the end of July with a spectacular Bier Festival Weekend, and there’s limited tickets available for this invite-only wunderbar party on Hanover Street. Taking place over two days, on Friday 26th and Saturday 27th July, the official launch … Continue reading Liverpool is Getting an Alberts (and we can’t wait)