Things to do in Liverpool this weekend and beyond: 28-31 January 2022

From Strictly Come Dancing Live to Tate Liverpool’s Doodle Fest, we’ve put together a what’s on video guide to some of the best events to enjoy in Liverpool in the coming days.

Strictly Come Dancing Live tour 2022

After two years, the Strictly Come Dancing Live tour is back at arenas up and down the country and will be coming to Liverpool this coming week.

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A host of celebrities, including Max George, Tilly Ramsay, Rhys Stephenson and John Whaite, are a part of show at the M&S Bank Arena on the 3 and 4 February.

Strictly 2020 finalist and former EastEnders star Maisie Smith will also be joining the celebrity line-up for the tour.

As well as the couples' dances, fans will have the chance to see some breathtaking group performances throughout the show, which features live music from the Strictly singers and band.

Jersey Boys at the Liverpool Empire Theatre

Jersey Boys will play at the Liverpool Empire Theatre from now until Saturday 5 February.

Go behind the music and inside the story of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons in the Tony and Olivier award-winning, true-life phenomenon.

From the streets of New Jersey to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, The show is packed with their hits, including Beggin', Walk Like A Man, December, Big Girls Don't Cry, Can't Take My Eyes Off You, and many, many more.

The ultimate noughties party at Camp and Furnace

The ultimate noughties celebration is back at Camp and Furnace on Saturday, 29 January.

From Britney to Beyoncé, Mean Girls to Bridget Jones & Pick 'n' Mix to Nintendo DS...the 2000s were GOLDEN!

It's time to relive the fashion fails, smash hits, boy bands, girl groups, RnB, pop princesses and more at the Feelin' Noughty Party.

Going back to a time when pop princesses ruled the world, internet had to dial-up, flip phones were space-age, and Tracy Beaker and Bart Simpson were our idols!

Doodle Fest at Tate Liverpool

Doodle Fest is a hands-on activity from the gallery and it is free for all the family.

Pick up your postcards from their family room and see if your little ones can complete all three of the wintery doodle challenges as you explore the first-floor galleries together.

It's your chance to be part of the art!

Collect three stamps from the Visitor Experience team by showing them your doodles, and you can get a badge. Doodle Fest running until Monday, 31 January,