There are loads of great things to do this November in Liverpool, from themed brunches to light festivals. As we welcome the winter months and dark nights, there are plenty of exciting experiences in store for us.
1. Taste delicious steak & seafood at Hawksmoor
As of November 24 there’s a new steak and seafood spot in town and it looks delicious! There’s already a location in London called Wood Wharf and it has rave reviews, with customers praising the gooey mac ‘n’ cheese too.
If anything, the new Liverpool location is even more beautiful than the one in London, with a strong New York theme. You’ll find comfy booths and stunning moulding on the ceilings of the historic India Building and if that all sounds good to you then you can sign up here to be the first to know when it opens.
2. Enjoy a cheeky bottomless brunch
On November 12 you can indulge in a titillating bottomless brunch, with male dancers and performers there to entertain you in their birthday suits. As you chow down on delicious breakfast food and sip bottomless martinis you can eye up the lads.
Get ready for three hours of fun and club classics at Art House Bar & Pizzeria, plus tons of hunks in the buff. Tickets are still available, and you can buy tickets for Bottomless Brunch in the Buff here.
Old Christ Church in Waterloo is a thing of beauty in its own right, with beautiful stone pillars and grand, stained windows. Now, imagine how spectacular it will look bathed in the colourful lights at this year’s Black Hole laser show.
This gorgeous old church will host the immersive Black Hole laser show in November 18, 19 and 20, 2022 and each 30 minute immersive experience will involve 17 lasers and 6 high powered projectors.
4. Spice Girls Bottomless Brunch
If you’re not all that into looking at naked fellas while you eat but you still enjoy a bottomless brunch then check out the Spice Girls Bottomless Brunch. It’s the same menu as the Buff Brunch but the theme is centred around ’90s icons, the Spice Girls.
You can book for a minimum of two people and a maximum of six, with a whole hour of bottomless drinks on November 26, and you can book tickets for the Spice Girls Bottomless Brunch here!
Quick! The River of Light trail closes on November 6 so if you haven’t see it yet then the first week of November is you last chance! There are ten installations to see in total so make sure you visit them all.
Ahhh, the Beatles – iconic Liverpudlians adored worldwide. You’re not gunna see them live anymore but you can enjoy a Candlelit performance of their songs performed by talented musician at St. George’s Hall.
This stunning venue will make for the perfect experience and there are still tickets left for November 18! So, go ahead and grab your tickets for Candlelight Special Edition: The Best Of The Beatles here!
7. Check out DaDaFest International Festival 2022
DaDa Fest celebrates the work of disabled, deaf and neurodiverse artists and performers and this year is runs until December 3! You can experience events both online and in person, so take a look at the lineup and schedule if you fancy it!
8. Catch a show at Epstein Theatre
There are tons of shows you catch at Epstein Theatre this month, including the incredible Masquerade. The play is ‘a powerful and poignant tale of love, loss, freedom and friendship among Liverpool’s LGBT+ community’ and it will run from November 22-26. You can grab tickets here.
You there you are, there are loads of great things to do in Liverpool this November. Whilst the weather might be terrible, we won’t let it stop us having fun experiences.