What’s on in Liverpool this Christmas
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Liverpool has a wide range of events this Christmas, the Liverpool Philarmonic Orchestra with the wonderful Lesley Garrett will sing traditional and new yuletide carol songs at the Phils home on Hope Street. Liverpool community choir are also performing a range of Christmas Carols at Sefton Park Palm House. Serviced City Pads supply serviced apartments in Liverpool from Leisure Weekends to Long Corporate Stays.
Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse Theatre production is hosting the Rock ‘n’ Roll Panto Sleeping Beauty from Dec 17 – Jan 22, here are some of the extracts from the show. Serviced City Pads supply serviced apartments throughout Liverpool city centre, you can either book online or contact the reservations team on 0844 335 8866.
Wake Up Little Snoozie, In the Kingdom of Aigburth, in the days of olde, An epic tale was about to unfold. When the King and Queen a babe t’was born, They threw a great party on the palace lawn. They invited the world but forgot just one, And that’s when their nightmare had truly begun. The forgotten fairy was dementedly miffed, And roar his wrath as he delivered his gift! On her eighteenth birthday she’d prick her finger and fade away no longer linger! It’s shocking It’s rocking! It’s incredibly cool! But for this baby shower bring a catlogue! Slip on your spandex, shake your booty, And help change the fate of sleeping beauty!!
Liverpool One shopping area also has a large fairground ride on the top tier where you can enjoy a ride on one of the tallest circle swings Liverpool has ever seen, this is not one for someone who suffers Vertigo!
Liverpool is also staging one of the largest Christmas markets in the country in 2010, the market, the largest ever held in the city, is expected to attract around 100 stalls with traders throughout Europe, Asia, Africa, the Americas, Australia and Oceania, as well as local traders selling everything from traditional Finnish toys and chocolate from Germany to English Bone China, Swedish handbags and Chinese wooden dolls. It will run from Nov 25 to 21 December and be based throughout the city centre. A local council spokesman said, ‘ Shoppers have shown that they want a high-quality market at Christmas and that’s what we are going to have in Liverpool in 2010 that will rival any in other cities’. The market has also driven an increase in visitor numbers giving a boost to the local economy of just over 10%. On top of the market there will also be activities for the festive season with an ice rink, cararousel, real reindeers and street entertainment all making it a Christmas to remember. Serviced City Pads supply accommodation from the leisure weekend to the corporate stay for the business visitor.