I usually post an Instagram story of five feeds that I’m loving but I thought I’d switch it up and do a post about five events happening around Liverpool this August!
Liverpool Terrariums Workshops, from 5th August
After meeting Sophie from Liverpool Terrariums at the Lakeside Artisian Market in West Kirkby last month, I booked two spaces on their Classic Demijohn workshop at Knowsley Flower Show. Tickets are £35 each and give you insight into the history of terrariums, as well as the materials and expertise to make your own Demijohn and bring it home!
All of Liverpool Terrariums’ workshop dates can be found on their website here.
Reel Tours Film Tour, ongoing dates
Reel Tours takes film fans on a tour of the city where people can find out more about why Tom Hardy loves filming in Liverpool and how the city shaped Gotham City. Audiences will discover some of the hidden gems of film in Liverpool, including huge blockbusters and small independent films.
I’m super excited to have a stroll around some sights in Liverpool that have appeared on the big and small screen! Each tour lasts 2.5 hours and cost £15 per person (discounts can be made for group bookings).
Crosby & Waterloo Food and Drink Festival, Bank Holiday weekend, 25th – 27th August
What better way to spend the bank holiday weekend than eating and drinking at Burbo Bank in Crosby? Hosted by Roast Coffee and Kitchen, around 40 local and independant traders will be there to keep everyone merry and fed. The Crosby & Waterloo Food and Drink Festival will also be using 100% recyable and biodegrable to serve all food and drink.
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We have had a mad week planning and booking stalls, the interest in our first festival has been incredible! This weekend we will start to announce the selected traders that will be popping up on the August Bank Holiday for you all. We cannot wait to share all the news 😮 #foodanddrinkfestival #crosby #waterloo
Bongo’s Bingo Brunch, 12th August
Brunch, booze and bingo are whats happening at Camp & Furnance on Sunday 12th. You can also expect food by Delifonseca, dance offs, sh*t prizes and, hopefully, “Colourblind” by Darius Danish blasting when you run to the bar. I cannot wait for Bongo’s with a brunch twist! Please note: this is an 18+ event.
Liverpool Horror Festival, 11th August
I’m maybe a bit more scared than excited for this one? Hosted by the Liverpool Horror Club, the Liverpool Horror Festival will have vendors, artists, bands and plenty of frightens. And it’s in such a great venue in The Invisible Wind Factory. Tickets range from £10 to £16.