• Ready for the Weekend in Liverpool - International Women's Day 2019

Get ready for the weekend in Liverpool

Get Ready for the Weekend in Liverpool

International Women’s Day, BTR Liverpool Half Marathon & more

9-10 March | Curated by Natasha Young

Ready for the Weekend
Ready for the Weekend in Liverpool - 24 Kitchen Street

International Women’s Day food, fundraising and festivities

A whole night of celebrations and entertainment will get underway at 24 Kitchen Street tonight (8 March) as nightlife collective SisBis hosts a special event and after party.

From 6-10pm there’ll be a free event featuring clothes swap and plant swap stalls, workshops and music, with The Period Project (Merseyside) collecting donations. DJs will then take over from 10pm until 4am with a ticketed club night.

Ready for the Weekend in Liverpool - Girl Fans Kicking Off

Museum shares stories of female football followers

The Museum of Liverpool continues marking International Women’s Day through the weekend, with its ‘Girl Fans Kicking Off’ event on Saturday (9 March).

From 12 noon the waterfront attraction will be sharing stories of women who follow football, with a selection of vintage football tops on show inspired by female fans who followed their teams with pride.

Ready for the Weekend in Liverpool - BTR Liverpool half marathon

Support BTR Liverpool Half Marathon runners

Line the route of the 26th annual BTR Liverpool Half Marathon, as thousands of runners set off from Pier Head at 9am on Sunday (10 March).

Participants in the 13-mile race, which is shortlisted for one of this year’s Liverpool City Region Tourism Awards, will start and finish along the city’s iconic waterfront and take in Sefton Park.

Ready for the Weekend in Liverpool - Macbeth Epstein Theatre

New version of the Bard’s ‘Macbeth’ takes the stage

There’s a chance to catch a Shakespeare classic at the Epstein Theatre this weekend as Daniel Taylor Productions’ ‘Macbeth’ production is underway.

Running until 16 March, the play showcases North West acting talent and follows critically acclaimed 2018 productions of ‘Romeo and Juliet’ and ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’.

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