What's On in Liverpool
The Nadler Liverpool hotel is situated in the centre of Liverpool’s authentic, urban cool RopeWalks village, near to the Liverpool One Shopping Centre, Echo Arena, Liverpool Docks, Anfield Football Ground and amongst some of the trendiest restaurants, bars and clubs in the city.
With train times just over two hours direct from London Euston, there has never been a better time to visit the city.
The RopeWalks, part of which lies within the UNESCO World Heritage site, is home to much of Liverpool’s history and culture, including the oldest Chinatown in Europe, FACT and the well-known entertainment areas around Concert Square.
The RopeWalks, like London’s Shoreditch or New York’s Meatpacking District, is Liverpool’s Design Quarter, where you will find an eclectic mix of old and new, traditional and modern.
Most of all, the RopeWalks enjoys what Benji Lanyado, writing in the New York Times, described as “that most heady of urban ingredients: an edge".
Tales of Titanic Objects: 1st - 2nd March
Maritime Museum - Albert Dock, Liverpool Waterfront, Liverpool L3 4AQ
13h00 - 16h00 at intervals
Find out more about the facts and myths surrounding the sinking of the world famous ship with the Merseyside Maritime Museum's collection of replica handling objects. This event is part of the Titanic and Liverpool exhibition and the Titanic event series.
Katherine Jenkins: 2nd March at 19h30
Liverpool Philharmonic Hall - 36 Hope Street, Liverpool L1 9BP
Welsh mezzo soprano Katherine Jenkins has achieved meteoric success as the world’s most prolific classical crossover artist. Her nine studio albums have sold in excess of eight million copies and gone platinum all around the world, and she has received numerous accolades for her recordings, including two Classical BRITs for the coveted Album of the Year Award.
Her new album Home Sweet Home reflects Jenkins’ return to her classical roots and marks a milestone in an astonishing career, as it has been 10 years since the release of her debut offering Premiere in 2004 – one of the fastest selling classical albums of all time. This concert will see her perform tracks from the new album plus some favourites from throughout her extraordinary career.
Mamma Mia!: 2nd - 14th March
Liverpool Empire Theatre - Lime Street, Liverpool L1 1JE
MAMMA MIA! Is the ultimate feel-good musical! Set on a Greek island paradise, a story of love, friendship and identity is cleverly told through the timeless songs of ABBA.
Listening: 24th - 29th March
The Bluecoat - School Lane, Liverpool L1 3BX
10h00 - 18h00. Free entry.
Listening is the latest Hayward Touring Curatorial Open exhibition, and investigates the act of listening in contemporary visual art.
The exhibition examines the crossover between the visual and the sonic, with many of the selected artists working in the fields of both contemporary music and art.
Curator of Listening Sam Belinfante wanted to ‘create an exhibition that interrogates the act of listening itself, rather than merely its aural objects. Listening engages the body in a multitude of ways; from the intimate pressing of an ear to a wall to the staggering din of a thunderclap that knocks you off your feet. Listening is not only the exhibition’s subject matter but also the method by which works are encountered and explored. I want visitors to be playfully arrested and surprised by the ways in which they are directed around the space and through the many different works on display.’
Liverpool Half Marathon: 29th March
Liverpool City Centre
Start Time : 9h00
Number of Places : 8,000
The Liverpool Half Marathon is organised by BTR Liverpool and helps to raise thousands of pounds for charities in Liverpool and around the UK.
It is a predominantly flat route which starts and finishes near the Liverpool Museum in the city centre, and takes runners past Sefton Park, the Liverpool Marina and the Albert Dock.
The British Invasion: How 1960s Beat Groups Conquered America: until September 2016
The Beatles Story Pier Head, Britannia Vaults, Albert Dock, Liverpool L3 4AD
The Beatles Story and The GRAMMY Museum present The British Invasion: How 1960s Beat Groups Conquered America. The exhibition shows memorabilia that has never been seen outside of the USA, as well as photographs that have never been seen before worldwide.
Child Ticket £9.00
Adult Ticket £14.95
Family Tickets from £26.50 - £45.50
Whether you are visiting Liverpool city centre for a conference, business, a budget weekend or city break or for the football and clubs, many of Liverpool’s main points of interest are within walking distance of the hotel:
To explore Merseyside’s many sporting and tourist attractions, there’s quick and easy access to public transport:
- Short taxi ride or 5/10 minute walk to Liverpool Lime Street, the city’s main railway station
- Merseyrail service from Liverpool Central Metro station, two minutes walk from the hotel, takes less than 15 minutes to Liverpool South Parkway station, with the free shuttle bus service taking only 10 minutes to the airport
- Regular buses to and from Liverpool John Lennon Airport - 86A, 80A, 82Ab Arriva AirLink 500 from the main Liverpool One Bus Terminal, a 5 minute walk from the hotel.