For a cultural visit to Liverpool, you’ve come to the right hotel!
30 James Street – Home of the Titanic is steeped in maritime history and serves as a fantastic city centre base to experience the cultural events taking place this week during your visit to Liverpool.
Things to do in the day in Liverpool
This week explore the outdoors as the weather is finally brightening up, on a cruise or a tea dance or perhaps consider the past at a new art exhibition in one of Liverpool most stunning gallery spaces.
Opening exhibition of Adrian Henri
When: 12th April
Where: St George’s Hall
Known as the greatest non-singing artist of the century, Adrian Henri’s creations inspired a generation of rock n roll artwork. Henri even fronted band from the late sixties, Scene, a group that skilfully combined Henri’s poetry with an edgy rock n roll soundtrack.
To visit a collection of his most prominent work make your way to the opening night of exhibition Painter/Poet/Performer at St George’s Hall. A free event that invites an audience to experience the multidimensional talents of Adrian Henri, a great night out for artists and music lovers alike.
Maiden Voyage of Danial Adamson Steam Ship
When: 10:00 am 12th April
Where: Cruise liner terminal
Take a cruise on a piece of Liverpool’s maritime history “The Danny” or The Daniel Adamson, as she takes off from Liverpool cruise terminal on a celebratory maiden voyage this Wednesday.
The voyage departs at 10:30 am on the 12th of April and will be taking passengers from Liverpool to Ellesmere Port covering a route which the vessel use to frequent in its functioning days.
“The Danny” was used as a tug-tender, manoeuvring cruise ships in and around the docks whilst in port and carrying up to 100 passengers to and from Liverpool.
Now fully restored and protected as a National Historic ship and part of the “Pre-eminent national or regional significance” of the area, “The Danny “ is back in service.
On the maiden voyage, passengers can enjoy entertainment from the Mersey Belles, a hot buffet and a complimentary glass of Danny Ale. Titanic brewery will be on board offering travellers samples of their iconic range of ales.
A momentous occasion celebrating the return of “The Danny” to Merseyside waters and a perfectly relaxing day out on the river.
Tea Dance amongst the Palms
When: 11th April
Where: Sefton Park Palm House
It’s always nice to take tea in the park, even more so when it’s in Sefton Park’s stunning Victorian Palm House.
This week the Palm House are hosting an afternoon tea dance amongst the ancient tropical plants that flourish in the sunshine.
There will be music, dancing tea and cake and a chance to experience a memorable day out in one of Liverpool’s most beautiful outdoor spaces.
Fun Night time events in Liverpool
Being surrounded by some of the most delicious restaurants and bars is one thing but in Liverpool, there’s more to do than eating and drink your evenings away. This week visitors to Liverpool can pay tribute to some amazing musical talents of the past.
Remembering Fred Astaire
When: 10th April 19:30 pm
Where: Royal Philharmonic
Legend of musical movies from the past, Fred Astaire dances his way through the memories of most of us. The long-legged gent whose moves were magnetising to watch had a string of successful movie hits and danced with memorable leading ladies such as Ginger Rogers and Sid Cherise.
At the Philharmonic, a cast of talented dancers and singers recreate some of Fred’s most memorable performances in a tribute performance to one of the greatest performers of all time.
Whitney Houston Tribute
When: 14th April 19:30 pm
Where: Mango Wine bar
Diva voices don’t get much more amazing than that of Whitney Houston, the most popular songstress of the past few decades. At Mango Wine bar a tribute night is being held to celebrate the talents and the memory of the late singer.
There will be performances of Whitney’s most memorable tracks accompanied by special drinks offers at the bar and late night food too.
If you were a fan of Whitney Houston then this is the tribute night for you on your visit to Liverpool.
Looking for Lennon
When: Ongoing event 18:00 pm – 21:00 pm
Where: View two Gallery
Many people come to Liverpool on a search for not only Lennon but the other three Beatles as well. Dotted across the city are some amazing monuments, historical sights and museums all dedicated to the amazing talent that was The Fab Four.
For the first time, ever visitors to Liverpool will be able to see eight busts of Lennon being displayed in the Cavern Quarter. These amazing sculptures created by artist Dave Webster, range from Lennon as a child to the time he was shot in New York.
This is the first time all the pieces are being shown together in a special exhibition taking place at the View Two Gallery in celebration of the Beatles.
‘Looking for Lennon’ is the title of a documentary which is due to premiere in Liverpool on the 27th April, and these eight pieces will feature in the film.
Look out for more amazing artistic experiences centred around the Beatles over the coming months at View Two.
Booking to stay at 30 James Street – Home of the Titanic
To arrange your next visit to Liverpool, check out some of the amazing Liverpool hotel accommodation offers. Some of which include evening meals, spa treatments or delicious breakfasts.
The Titanic-themed luxury rooms offer stunning views of the cities famed waterfront and their décor is nothing short of remarkable.
The in-house spa at 30 James Street – Home of the Titanic is ideal for our guests to while away their days in utter tranquillity and relaxation.
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