Camp & Furnace
Perfect for those who can’t quite decide on evening plans, Camp & Furnace is a hybrid venue catering to a wealth of visitor. Combining elements of a restaurant, bar, indoor festival, pop-up event space and so much more, this industrial-style warehouse has been renovated to a wonderful standard – perfect for a spontaneous night out. With a venue intended to make you feel like you’re in a field with your friends, while actually in a city location, Camp & Furnace proudly hosts a range of events – anything from sports screened live in their Fanpark to concerts, comedy shows and bingo.
Camp & Furnace, 67 Greenland St, Liverpool, England, UK, +44 151 708 2890
Alma de Cuba
Situated in a converted Catholic church that has been standing since 1788, Alma de Cuba is a rare gem in the heart of Liverpool’s Ropewalks district. Not only is Alma de Cuba a stunning restaurant with some of the finest Cuban-inspired dishes this side of the water, by night this unique venue plays host to live music, DJs and carnival atmosphere-style club nights.
Alma de Cuba, St Peters Church, Seel St, Liverpool, England, UK, +44 151 345 8399
Your initial instincts are half-right. Yes, this is the classic game your gran loves to play, but it’s probably best to leave her at home on this occasion. Now a nationwide phenomenon, Bongo’s Bingo is a twisted version of the classic game best found in halls up and down the country – but think rave intervals, hilarious dance-offs, and top it all off with a bunch of prizes given away. Held at the aforementioned Camp & Furnace, head down there to witness the fun and chaos for yourself.
Bongo’s Bingo, 67 Greenland St, Liverpool, England, UK, +44 151 708 2890
Hot Water Comedy Club
Located on the highly popular Seel Street, Hot Water Comedy Club is your one-stop place for the best up-and-coming comedians in Liverpool. One of the only places where you can catch a show seven nights a week, promoters at Hot Water consistently bring quality comedians to Liverpool, The Wirral, Manchester and Edinburgh Fringe Festival; so you can imagine their reputation is in good company.
Invisible Wind Factory
The team behind the recently-closed Kazimer presents Invisible Wind Factory; a versatile performance and arts space on Regent Road, just a stone’s throw from the docks. The 1200-capacity warehouse – renovated to host some of the best musical, theatrical and spoken word events in Liverpool – is renowned for being one of the most unique live spaces in the city and is a popular hotspot for those searching for something a little different.