OUR PICKS: 31 May – 06 June

Summer Summer SUMMER! Yes? No? Maybe? Well, who knows, but here’s our pick of the best things over the next week, keeping you entertained come rain or shine…

Prepare yourselves for a riotous weekend of colourful music, raucous rhythms and Summertime vibes, as Fiesta Bombarda celebrates a year of revelry by bringing their first ever festivál to Liverpool. Welcoming in the holiday haze, we’ve gathered together some of the very best bands and DJs from past Fiestas, alongside a collection of our favourite local and international acts that we’ve been budding to bring to the Bombarda stage. After the underground exuberance that ensued last time, we’re very excited to bring the party back to the unique surroundings of The Williamson Tunnels for what will be our biggest and best event yet.
Viva la fiesta!

2 Days – 15 Live Acts – 6 DJs – Full Bar – Drum Workshop – BBQ – Fire Dancers – Acoustic Stage – Fiesta Paint – Fruit Volleyball

Friday 31st May | Saturday 1st June
7pm – 3am | 4pm – 3am
The Williamson Tunnels
£4.50 day // £6 OTD // £8 weekend


The Florrie Market
1 June, 10am – 3pm, FREE
The Florrie hosts a fantastic Market on the first Saturday of every month. We play host to some beautiful craft stalls, home made goods including beauty products and delicious cakes. As well as general bric a brac, books and second hand goods.
The market is free for visitors. Stall holders can hire their space and table for just £5.00 and have access to set up from 9.00am.


Southport Food and Drink Festival
31 May – 02 June
The way to our hearts is through our stomach, but what about yours? The Southport Food and Drink Festival has an abundance of fresh produce, a wealth of local restaurants, plenty to drink along away plus a selection of the regions finest chefs demonstrating their kitchen skills.


Physical Fest – Beating McEnroe (World Premiere)
01 June, 8pm
Physical Fest 2013 comes to a close with the world premiere of a new play at the Unity Theatre.
Beating McEnroe is about rivalry and love and how they can both better us and destroy us. It is a show about competition and control, aspiration, heroes and Zen.This show, from Fringe first winner, Jamie Wood, is energetic, entertaining and ridiculously competitive.


Bat Boy – The Musical
05 June, 8pm, Unity Theatre
When a half boy/half bat is found in a dark cave in the American South the local sheriff brings him to the home of the town veterinarian. There he is taught to act like a normal boy and is eventually accepted as a member of the family.
But when he naively tries to fit in with the narrow minded townsfolk they turn on him and force the truth of his unholy origin into the bright light of day.
From the composer of Legally Blonde, this award winning musical that is part B movie parody, horror and comedy follows Bat Boy trying to find his place in the world…


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