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All The Things To Do This Easter in Liverpool

Easter in Liverpool is nearly upon us and we’re more than excited for the long weekend. It presents the perfect opportunity to get out in the city and experience all the best things that Liverpool has to offer. From parties with friends to family activities, there really is something for everyone going on over the Bank Holiday weekend.

Take a look at the Easter round-up for Liverpool activities.

Easter in Liverpool For Families

Feast of Fire

Where: St John’s Garden

When: March 30th – April 2nd

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Feast of Fire is one of the most highly anticipated events of the year in Liverpool and it’s set to be a scorcher! Fiery installations will take over St John’s Gardens behind St George’s Hall to amaze and astound everyone who comes to visit.

Over the Easter weekend, the fiery treat will be putting on four incredible evenings and nights of powerful performances featuring flamethrowers, fire artists and heat-themed art. Joining up with cultural organisations from around the city, prepare to feel the heat in this once in a lifetime experience

Good Friday sees Kazimier Productions take over the garden for a magical production of fire and passion, while Saturday heats up with a collaboration with the people who bring the incredible Oye festival to Liverpool every year. On Sunday, the LGBTQ+ community up the stakes for a one-night inferno for everything that’s hot about Liverpool. Bank Holiday Monday is the grand finale with Indian music and dance with a flameful edge.

Terracotta Warriors

Where: Museum of Liverpool

When: March 30th – April 2nd

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The Terracotta Warriors are here for the long haul, but Easter Weekend in Liverpool is the perfect opportunity to take advantage of the incredible exhibition.

Having travelled all the way from China to our fair city, expect the most awe-inspiring glimpse into the ancient history of one of the world’s oldest civilisation.

People from all over the world have already travelled to see the Warriors and learn about how they guarded the first emperor’s resting place for thousands of years undisturbed, and it only makes sense that if you’re in Liverpool, you should take a trip to the World Museum.

Dog Mania

Where: Exhibition Centre

When: March 31st – April 1st

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If you’ve got a penchant for puppies, then you’re in for a treat this Easter in Liverpool. The dog show brings together pooches of all types for demonstrations, competitions, health checks, pet advice, photoshoots, grooming and much more for a fun-filled day of four-legged fun.

Bring your dog along to meet experts and get advice on all areas of dog ownership as well as meeting working dogs from Merseyside Fire & Rescue and Merseyside Police, who will be on hand to explain all of the hard work the dogs put in every day.

East Family Crafts

Where: John Lewis

When: Until April 2nd

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One of the biggest department stores in the UK is inviting families and kids to join in the fun this Easter in Liverpool. With a series of events over the school holidays and completely free for participation, it’s a good event to try to keep the whole family entertained.

There’s an Easter bunny hunt, where kids will have to hunt out the secret bunnies hidden around the store for the chance to win a chocolate egg and a Bunny bunting craft workshop where everyone can make their own Easter decorations and celebration cards.

Head to John Lewis at Liverpool One to take advantage of the free events for kids from March 30th to April 2nd between 10 am and 4 pm

Parties

Piano Wars

Where: Camp & Furnace

When: March 30th – March 31st

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If you’re looking for a party with a difference, look no further than Camp & Furnace’s Piano wars this Easter in Liverpool. Two baby grand pianos will take the stage and duel to the death for the audience, trying endlessly to crush the competition to the cheers of the crowd.

The specially customised pianos have been decked out with neon lights and lasers to provide a show like no other for drinkers at Camp & Furnace. Expect a dazzling atmosphere and a breath-taking finale for Easter in Liverpool like never before.

One Stop Boogie Easter Special

Where: The Green Room

When: April 1st

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The Green Rooms have long been an iconic place to party at weekends, but this Easter in Liverpool, they’re putting on a special show for one afternoon only on Easter Sunday. Join them for a groovy get together full of music from decades past.

It’s the 70s vs the 80s for a one-stop boogie afternoon with live tribute acts and local comedy that’s sure to get you on your feet.

You’ll even get a glass of champagne on arrival to get the party started!

Lost in Music

Where: Circo

When: April 1st

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For a party like no other every weekend at Circo and Easter in Liverpool will be no different. Lost in Music brings together local and national DJs for an extravaganza that will keep you partying late into the night.

Doors open at 8 pm and you can keep on going until the early hours of Bank Holiday Monday with the lights not going on until 4 am, are you ready for the ultimate party this Easter in Liverpool?

Culture

Remembering Fred

Where: Philharmonic Hall

When: March 30th

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On Good Friday, head to the iconic Philharmonic Hall for a dancing show from Strictly Come Dancing Stars Aljaz Skorjanec and Janette Manrara. Remembering Fred celebrates the legacy of Hollywood legend Fred Astaire and is due to be one of the biggest dance tours of 2018.

With a full cast of backing dancing and live music, it’s the perfect show to take in some culture and enjoy a glimpse of the talented, famous dancers.

Transgender Day of Visibility

Where: Museum of Liverpool

When: March 31st

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Saturday 31st March marks the International Day of Visibility for Transgender people across the world. Liverpool’s history with the LGBTQ+ community gives us an important role on this day, allowing us to bring together everyone to celebrate the culture and vibrancy that the community brings to Liverpool.

The Museum of Liverpool is hosting an afternoon of events, including live music from Melanie Robson and D’Ukes of Hazzard and guest speakers from figures in the community. There’ll also bea film screening by filmmaker and academic Rosa Fong and talks about Trans issues with young people from the city and further afield.

Family Tree Workshop

Where: Slavery Museum

When: March 31st

At 1pm, the Slavery Museums invites everyone to come and visit to look into their own black history to explore your family tree. Liverpool’s darker history involving its role in the slave trade means that many of our people of colour have lost their stories to bad record keeping and nefarious tactics.

Carlston Walter, chair of the Caribbean Family History Group for Solihull and Birmingham, will be using examples from his own research to help others piece together their stories and form a rich picture of Liverpool’s black experience.

Food

Treaty Pie Cheesecake Easter Egg

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Treaty Pie’s cheesecake Easter eggs have gone viral in the past few weeks and once you catch a glimpse of it, you’ll see why!

There’s a choice of two cheesecake filled eggs to decide between (or just get both!) If you’re all about chocolate, try the Kinder Nutella cheesecake egg, half an easter egg, filled with Nutella and vanilla bean cheesecake and topped off with a miniature jar of Nutella and a whole Kinder hippo swimming around in the light, but delicious, cheesecake filling.

Or choose the Cadbury’s Caramel option where your half an easter egg will be filled with vanilla cheesecake threaded with salted caramels and chunks of Cadbury’s. You’ll even get a caramel egg and galaxy eggs to top it off!

Baltic Market

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Of course, no occasion in Liverpool is complete without a mention of Baltic Market in the Baltic Triangle. The now iconic street food market has taken the city by storm and this Easter in Liverpool, they’re hosting a bonanza to top them all.

There’s live music, a maker’s market and some special surprises planned for the weekend from Thursday through until Monday and it’s set to be incredible.

Make sure you get there early as it’s sure to be packed as always.

Delifonseca

Delifonseca has been a staple for years now in the city and they’ve developed a special menu just for Easter in Liverpool.

The highlight of it all is, of course, the dessert menu. After all, Easter is all about satiating the sweet tooth in you. Their Easter egg ice cream sundae looks to die for and we can’t wait to give it a taste.

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About Hannah Rogers

Hannah is a journalism graduate with a keen interest in all things travel, food, and culture. If it involves adventure, chocolate, or finding something new in the city, she'll be there to tell you all about it.

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