Tuesday 27th February 2018 by BASE Serviced Apartments
The winter months have finally passed and it’s starting to (sort of) feel like Spring! From St. Patrick’s Day celebrations to a spectacular Festival of Fire – there’s a huge variety of things to get involved in this month. Here’s what’s on in March:
International Women’s Day – Thursday 8th March
A day to celebrate amazing women past and present! Courtesy of Revolution Bar and Restaurant we have an amazing treat for all the ladies checking in with us on Thursday 8th March. Check in on International Women’s Day and receive a free shot and 2-4-1 selected cocktails all day at Revolution’s Albert Dock location! Just ask at reception for more details.
Mother’s Day – Sunday 11th March
To continue the girl power, on Sunday 11th March it’s Mother’s Day. Left the present till the last minute again? Treat your Mum to an overnight break in one of our luxury serviced apartments. Prices start from just £15 per person for mid-week breaks! Click here to check availability.
The world famous musical and prequel to The Wonderful Wizard of Oz is flying back into the Liverpool Empire Theatre for the month of March. There’s limited availability on tickets already, so grab yours here quick!
St. Patrick’s Day – Saturday 17th March
St. Patrick’s Day (or Paddy’s Day) in Liverpool is one of the highlights of the year and wherever you decide to go you can be rest assured there’ll be a fantastic atmosphere. The St. Patrick’s Day parade with live bands playing traditional Irish music is not to be missed! The parade will begin at 1pm at Great Orford Street. For more info click here.
For those wanting a livelier day… grab your Guinness hat and green t-shirt and head over to Mathew Street where Mccooley’s and other traditional Irish bars will be bustling with tourists and locals looking to celebrate throughout the day.
Feast of Fire
This Easter break brings a must-see family spectacular to Liverpool St John’s Gardens – The Feast of Fire. The brand new mini-festival experience will allow visitors to get up close to fire-fuelled sculptural installations, along with a live performance soundtrack and even fire themed food and drink! The fantastic sensory animations will allow you to Immerse yourself in the mesmerising land of fire, music and art. For tickets and more info, click here.
Cadbury’s Easter Egg Hunts
What is Easter without an Easter egg hunt? If you’re travelling to Liverpool this Easter, there’s no need to worry about missing out! Round up the kids because the Easter Bunny is paying a visit to several National Trust properties across Liverpool, hiding clues and chocolatey rewards for the little ones. Find out more here.