First dates can be complicated enough: Will you fancy them? We’ve looked into where to go and what to do, and rounded up 5 of our favourite first date ideas in Liverpool. ): Comedy at The Slaughter House Laughter is a great icebreaker on a first date and on first glance this venue might look like a pub, serving pints and pies to locals.
Will they think you look better in your profile pic? Look a bit closer and you’ll see that this pub is home to one of the North West’s best comedy nights, Laughter House.
Find smaller, local venues that host up-and-coming or independent musicians.
Tickets are likely cheap, and when the band blows up, you'll be able to say you know it when.
There’s nothing a hipster likes better than a spot of ‘new media’ so bringing your date along to an exhibition here should put a smile on their face.
Leaf 65 – 67 Bold Street, Liverpool, L1 4EZ Straddling the post modern divide between tea shop, music venue gallery and general ‘space’ for all things arty, Leaf works with ‘foodies, creatives, academics and musos’ to produce a hangout that will make hipster dates go weak at the knees.
So while eating a fancy meal or grabbing a drink at your local is good some of the time, why not really shake things up with one of the many quirky date ideas in Liverpool.
From the more out-there bars that need a visit or the events that wear 'not normal' on its sleeve, have a look at our list of alternative date night in Liverpool ideas and have a different kind of fun.
Quirky dates in Liverpool don’t really get much more fun, with the bar filled out with long tables, the beers coming to you in steins and an Oompah band to keep you entertained.With their acts of daredevilry and spectacle, Circo would be a great alternative date in Liverpool on its own.But take a trip there on a Saturday and you can experience the Eccentrico Cabaret of Dreams, where you’ll be treated to three delicious courses, access to the bar after and a circus show complete with aerial feats, trapeze artists, freaky clowns and more.If your date is a bit of a hipster you’ll want to think outside of the box when it comes to your dating location.Here are a few places where you can blend in with the ‘Livercool’ set.How can you look like you haven’t made an effort, when if fact you plan to spend half a week getting ready? Since opening its underground doors in 2004 (the club is situated in the basement), it has seen the likes of John Bishop, Sarah Millican, Stewart Lee, Dara O’Briain and Jason Manford hit the tiny stage.