Liverpool Ice Festival
The Ice is back! Liverpool Ice Festival on the Pier Head transports you into a frozen winter wonderland.
There’s an ice rink, a real ice slide, and the Ice Jet ride, featuring a sound and light show.
It also features a Bavarian food court serving bratwurst, crepes and other tasty treats, as well as an Alpine bar serving up mulled wine, hot chocolate and more. That is down at the Pier Head from now until 3 January.
More details are available on the Ice Festival website.
Wondrous Place gallery reopens
Costumes worn by Jodie Comer in Killing Eve, Bill Shankly’s overcoat and Garry Christian’s iconic hat and sunglasses are on display at The Museum of Liverpool after the reopening of the Wondrous Place.
Originally installed ten years ago, it celebrates Liverpool’s internationally recognised creative expression and influence.
The city’s staggering roll call of entertainers, writers, poets, performers, musicians, visual artists, comedians and sports people are represented through around 650 objects, interactive and immersive experiences.
More details are available on the Liverpool Museums website.
A Question of Sport Live
Join host Sue Barker, and team captains Matt Dawson and Phil Tufnell with special guests as the world’s longest-running TV sports quiz celebrates its 50th anniversary with an all-new live show.
This is A Question of Sport’s first tour in nine years, and the host and team captains will be joined by special guests Beth Tweddle, David James, Kevin Campbell and Steve Parry.
The live show features many of the rounds and challenges audiences will be familiar with.
It is coming to the M&S Bank arena on 29 November.
More details are available on the M&S Bank Arena website.
From Darkness to Light
A special service is coming to Liverpool Cathedral this weekend - for the first Sunday of Advent - from darkness to light.
At the beginning of the service, which starts at 17:30, the entire building is in total darkness.
Then, the Cathedral is gradually lit as a procession, accompanied by music, slowly makes its way from the Well at the west end towards the east end of the Cathedral.
Bookings are not necessary, though you are required to be seated by 17:20 for the service to be conducted safely.
If you arrive after this time, you will not be admitted until the service is partway through.
More details are available on the Liverpool Cathedral website.