The Best Ideas for a Unique Night Out in Liverpool, UK

Invisible Wind Factory, Liverpool | © IWF / Facebook
Invisible Wind Factory, Liverpool | © IWF / Facebook
Photo of Richard Franks
Freelance Travel & Music Writer4 October 2018

Liverpool is one of the best cities in the UK for nightlife, with its unique offerings up there too. From warehouse crazy golf and cocktails to late-night bingo raving, check out these five places for a top night out in Liverpool that you won’t forget in a hurry.

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

Camp & Furnace, Liverpool

Camp & Furnace, Liverpool | © Rebecca Boardman / Flickr

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

Alma De Cuba

Alma De Cuba | © Beverley Goodwin / Flickr | © Beverley Goodwin / Flickr

Bongo’s Bingo

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

Bongo's Bingo carnage

Bongo’s Bingo carnage | © Bongo’s Bingo / Facebook

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.

Hot Water Comedy Club, 13-15 Seel St, Liverpool, England, UK

Hot Water Comedy Club

Hot Water Comedy Club | © HWCC / Facebook

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.

Invisible Wind Factory, 3 Regent Rd, Liverpool, England, UK

Invisible Wind Factory, Liverpool

Invisible Wind Factory, Liverpool | © IWF / Facebook

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