We love our city, there’s always something going on and at Arthouse we’ve got the goss on the best events taking place in and around our amazing movie themed hotel so our guests don’t miss a thing. You won’t find a better what’s on in Liverpool guide for September as we have picked out the cream of the crop as far as fun nights out are concerned.
Everything from resurrecting Bingo as a popular activity to nights dedicated to the best old bands and songs of our time. Liverpool is enjoying a month long moment of nostalgia in September and we are glad to help you, our guests, be a part of it.
Magic Mike Nights
When: 2nd, 8th, 16th and 29th
Don’t panic ladies, this September in Liverpool Magic Mike nights are on all month.
Our Magic Mike men will be entertaining the masses from throughout September making any hen night in Liverpool unforgettable.
Be prepared for muscle, music and more muscle as we let our Magic Mike guys loose to strut their stuff and strip for your pleasure.
It’s not all about the bods though ladies as you can also enjoy some of your favourite party songs, a few fun games and a glass of welcome fizzy to get the party going.
Better still this will all be happening in the stylish surroundings of Arthouse’s underground bar and club venue, so once the Magic Mike night event ends you and your group are in the best location to experience more of Liverpool’s dynamic nightlife.
September may be the last month of summer but it’ll still be hot, hot, hot at Arthouse on Magic Mike Night.
No longer something you associate with your nanna’s unspoken gambling problem, Bingo is making a major comeback.
Mainly because now Bingo is now hosted in amazing city centre bars and clubs where Bingo-ers’ are plied with alcohol then invited to dance their socks off at perfectly placed intervals throughout the game.
We are pleased to announce Arthouse Bar and Pizzeria will be hosting Liverpool’s newest Scouse Bingo sessions overseen by the lovely Scouse Bev, who’ll call out your numbers, buy you a bevvy and keep the evening sprinkled with a heavy dose of superb scouse humour.
There’ll be fun prizes, comedy throughout and a post-Bingo disco to top the night off. Call 0151 305 5101 to book tickets to a brilliant Bingo session with our Bev at Arthouse on September 15th.
We’re all about looking back during September in Liverpool, with a whole host of retro celebrations happening in the city.
One such occasion you should definitely not miss is the Extr-ABBA-Ganza at HUS.
Fans of the Swedish born Super Troupers can enjoy strapping on sky high platforms and glitziest jumpsuit to be in with a chance of winning a fancy dress prize,
There will even be retro themed fondue being served, themed cocktails and of course a chance to unleash your inner Dancing Queen to a back catalogue of ABBA’s perfect pop songs.
So Take a Chance at HUS this September in Liverpool for an ABBA night to remember.
The Total Stone Roses
Where: Circo Sessions
They’ve brought us the whole circus and now Circo has begun hosting Circo Sessions, bringing to us some of the best tribute bands on the scene.
For September their offering up The Total Stone Roses. A group of talented musicians who are covering one of the greatest bands from the nineties and doing it well.
Fans of the Stone Roses make your way to see what can only be described as the next best thing as The Total Stone Roses play your favourite tracks including ‘Fools Gold’ and ‘I wanna be adored’.
The Total Stone Roses are set to gig around the UK for the foreseeable future so make sure you catch them in Liverpool before they go big and start their global tour.
Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia
When: 21st – 22nd
Where: Various venues
This September in Liverpool, Psychedelia will be taking over the city.
Liverpool’s psych fest has put our fair city at the forefront of musical and artistic exploration since its inception. The Guardian even declared Liverpool as the psychedelic capital of the world.
If you’ve come to Liverpool to experience everything the city is famous for, you can wrap it all up in one wicked weekend at Liverpool Psych Fest.
Starting the weekend early visit FACT for Psychomania, a screening of a cinematic gem from the seventies featuring undead bikers and their frog gods wreaking havoc on the residents of a leafy suburb, Walton-on-Thames.
The rest of the weekend will be hosted in Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle, in and amongst the warehouse and kooky outdoor artistic spaces.
Expect strobe lights, art installations, amazing live music and plenty of other mind bending experiences at Liverpool Psych Fest this September in Liverpool.
Black Parade – 00’s Emo Anthems
Where: Arts Club
Carrying on with the theme of nostalgia this month, Arts Club is looking back to the times when everyone was a little bit moody but that was okay.
Black Parade is quite possibly one of the most angsty tunes from the turn of the century and can fill a dance floor of emo kids in seconds.
If you are part of the generation who used a stick of black eyeliner every few days, shied away from the sun and had at least one other colour in your jet black hair then this is the perfect night out in Liverpool for you this September.
Staying at Arthouse in September
It’s an exciting month ahead with a lot going on so come and make the most of the last bits of the British summer in style.
Using this what’s on in Liverpool guide you and your friends can be sure of an amazing weekend away, especially when staying in our movie themed hotel with fabulous group hotel rooms each with their own movie motif.
There’s always plenty to keep our guests entertained at Arthouse, what with our hotel being located smack, bang in the middle of Liverpool’s most popular nightlife district. If you’re staying with us this coming weekend however you are in for a treat as your stay has fallen on International Beatles week and bank holiday weekend.
We thought we’d help you make the most of what is set to be a spectacular music filled weekend with a guide to bank holiday weekend on Seel Street. We’ve included some amazing tribute nights, places to catch live music and something for the ladies too.
International Beatles Week at Alma de Cuba
When: Friday 25th 12:00 pm
source: Intl Betales Week Facebook
Bringing the swinging sounds of The Beatles back to Alma de Cuba for Alma de Cuban Heel Beatle Day, organisers have put together a smashing lineup of Beatles tribute bands who will rock your socks off.
There will be covers of the FabFour classics as well as performances of the lad’s individual solo work.
Alma de Cuba will be the place to get your Beatles fix during International Beatles week with performances beginning at 12 pm and carrying on throughout the day.
Magic Mike Night at Arthouse
When: Friday 25th 19:30 pm
One for the ladies our amazing Magic Mike Night lads have prepared a bank holiday performance you do not want to miss.
Our guys are ready and waiting to make your bank holiday weekend memorable with a night of muscley manliness.
The doors will be swinging open and guests will be greeted by some hunky butlers and a glass of fizzy, before being entertained with a sing song and some party starting games.
For the rest of the night enjoy the stuff that many a ladies dreams are made of as two of our Magic Mikes take to the stage and bare all.
We will top off the evening with a good old boogie and music from a live DJ until midnight.
A great night out with everything a girl could ask for at Arthouse this bank holiday weekend on Seel street.
BAYMI (Blink and you’ll miss it) at Zanzibar Club
When: Saturday 26th 19:00 pm
The Zanzibar Club will be bringing those who love a good old mosh or headbang sounds from a pairing of talented rock bands this bank holiday weekend.
Headliners Cuecliché and Bear Trap will give your bank holiday weekend on Seel street an unforgettable soundtrack influenced by the likes of Blink 182 and Green Day.
Make sure you are wearing your dancing shoes and prepare to be blown away by the talents of these breakthrough acts who are taking the Pop Punk music scene by storm.
Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! Clubnight at The Merchant
When: Sunday 27th 23:00 pm
source: ABBA After midnight Facebook
Celebrate the pop perfection of ABBA at The Merchant this bank holiday weekend as they host successful club night ABBA After midnight.
An event that has gotten rave reviews from attendees who’ve spent three hours lip syncing and sing-shouting to the best of ABBA’s awesome back catalogue comes to Liverpool.
Join the crowds of ABBA lovers in The Merchant, adjacent to the bottom of Seel Street, and basque in the swathes of lame, glitter and disco as you and hundreds of others lose yourself in a perfect pop moment.
David Bowie Night at The Attic Bar
When: Sunday 27th 19:00pm – 03:30am
source: TIME LightBox Facebook
As music seems to be the order of the bank holiday weekend on Seel street it seems only right that one bar dedicates a night to the legend that was David Bowie.
Tucked away down Parr Street, backing onto Seel Street you will find The Attic Bar. A quaint city centre venue with an intimate outdoor terrace, The Attic Bar will be playing Bowie hits, collaborations and anything Bowie got his sticky fingers and quirky vocals into.
It’ll be a long night but a great one honouring one of Britain’s musical greats this bank holiday weekend.
Staying at Arthouse
What a fun bank holiday weekend to look forward to, and considering Arthouse hotel is at the centre of all these amazing events our guests have easy access to one of the most exciting event packed weekends of the year.
Our movie-themed hotel rooms are ideal for hosting groups of guests who enjoy being at the heart of the bank holiday action. With stunning facilities and the perfect party atmosphere, Arthouse Hotel is the ideal place to spend what is sure to be an unforgettable bank holiday weekend.
Call on 0151 601 8801 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book your stay or to enquire about any up and coming events at Arthouse Hotel or our other bars in the area.
It’s that time of year again. A Level results day is looming and thousands of nervous students are anxiously waiting to find out if their two years of hard work and blood, sweat and tears have paid off.
On Thursday morning, all the little brown envelopes will be collected and opened, and you’ll finally find out those all-important three little letters.
Thankfully, Mulholland at Arthouse Hotel has got you and your mates covered when it comes to celebrating (or commiserating) your results this Thursday.
Mulholland’s Unmissable Offer
The very special package invites you and three of your closest course mates to Mulholland, Arthouse Hotel’s new bar, to drink and dine with us this Thursday with an exclusive one-off offer.
Book a table for four people and get a bottle of prosecco on us when you order your first four cocktails. Our cocktail menu has undergone an extreme makeover and we’d love to have you try out all the weird and wonderful concoctions our mixologists have brewed up!
If you’re celebrating the traditional student way with pizza and beer, visit us on Seel Street and take full advantage of Mulholland’s unmissable pizza and drink offer. For just £5, treat yourself to a delicious stone baked pizza with a pint, a glass of prosecco or a glass of orange juice (for those who haven’t quite turned 18 before results day!).
Open Mic Thursdays
As well as amazing A Level results offers, Thursday sees the return of the weekly Open Mic Night in the bar.
Liverpool’s finest will take to the stage to showcase their raw talent and entertain you lovely college leavers, featuring the talented and captivating Dani Pedro.
As a city steeped in music history, Liverpool’s up and coming musicians are some of the best in the world and at Mulholland, you can experience them for free every Thursday.
Life After A Levels
Whether your results were good or not quite what you were expecting, this Thursday marks an important turning point in your life. Your compulsory education is over and now you get to choose the path you want to take in life.
Signature Living and Arthouse Hotel are proud to employ a workforce of over 400 talented people across Liverpool. Now that you’re educated up to your eyeballs and looking for a new challenge, why not take a look at our career site? We have lots of job roles available across the company and across all our amazing sites, from hospitality to marketing to sales, there’s something for everyone and we’d love to have you join the Signature family.
To book your table at one of Seel Street’s best and most exciting bars, call our friendly team on 0151 541 9999 and don’t miss out on celebrating your A Level results the right way.
At Arthouse Hotel, some of our favourite rooms are those dedicated to films featuring iconic leading ladies of Hollywood.
From Audrey Hepburn to Marilyn Monroe, our hotel is an accolade to some of the best movies from the silver screen and the famous females that starred in these classics.
Whether you love a good sing-a-long with Julie Andrews or revel in the magical mystery of the land of Oz, Arthouse Hotel is sure to have a room you’ll love.
Here are some of the most celebrated leading ladies from our film themed rooms, which are your favourites?
One of the most iconic and loved women of our time, Julie Andrews is an English singer, actor and author.
Famed for her perfect pitch and impressive vocal range, she is most known for her roles in Mary Poppins and Maria Von Trapp in The Sound of Music.
Born Julia Elizabeth Wells in October 1935 in Walton-on-Thames, her mother Barbara was a professional pianist who was married to a woodwork teacher.
Andrews hit fame after starring in Broadway musicals My Fair Lady in 1956, playing Eliza Doolittle, and Camelot in 1960, playing Queen Guinevere.
But it was in 1964 that she made her first film debut as Mary Poppins and shot to stardom. Andrews won an Academy Award and a Golden Globe for her amazing performance as the beloved governess.
Following this she was snapped up by 20th Century Fox for the film that would crystallise both the fame and the image she had gained with Poppins.
Her performance as Maria Von Trapp in Rodgers and Hammerstein’s The Sound of Music ensured Andrews’ status as one of the few British actors truly to conquer America.
Julie Andrews became both a gay icon, a family favourite and has remained an international treasure.
She was also made a Dame in 1999 and we love her so much, there are two rooms dedicated to her fabulous work!
The Sound of Music Room
Our beautiful Sound of Music room is a stunning tribute to arguably the greatest musical of all time.
Based on The Story of the Trapp Family Singers by Maria Augusta von Trapp, The Sound of Music changed musicals and movies forever.
This heart-warming story of Maria, who accepts a job to become a governess to a large family and falls in love with the children and their widowed father, captured the nations imagination.
The Sound of Music was the highest-grossing film of 1965 and by 1966 the film became the highest grossing film of all time, surpassing Gone with the Wind and breaking box office records in 29 countries.
This luxurious room, which offers a large screen TV and a kitchenette, will make you feel like a Hollywood star as you indulge in a relaxing double Jacuzzi bath, providing a truly enjoyable stay at our themed hotel.
You can guarantee the Sound of Music inspired rooms will capture your heart as much as the 1965 musical. Sleeping up to 6 people, it’s the perfect room for anyone who loves Julie Andrews.
Mary Poppins Room
Or, if you’re more of a fan of Julie Andrews when she was ‘practically perfect in every way’, book a stay in the magical Mary Poppins suite.
The fantastical tale of Mary Poppins tells the story of one amazing nanny, who transforms family life for George Banks and his children through song, dance and sheer magic.
Tumble into your very own chalk painted dream and fall in love with this whimsical and wonderful Poppins themed accommodation.
The room sleeps up to 6 people and features unique Poppins murals, a large screen TV, kitchenette and a double Jacuzzi bath, you will never want to leave our movie-themed hotel in Liverpool.
An actress, model and sex symbol of the 1950s, Marilyn Monroe was an icon of her time.
Best remembered for her glamour, charm and perhaps the most sensual rendition of ‘happy birthday’ of all time, Monroe starred in numerous blockbuster films.
But behind the camera lens, Marilyn Monroe wasn’t just the effervescent actress who played the comic ‘dumb blonde’ characters, she was shy, clever and modest.
A hopeless romantic, Monroe was perpetually in search of love and desperate to start a family of her own, a far cry from the ditsy blonde that lit up the silver screen.
Born and raised in Los Angeles as Norma Jeane, Monroe spent most of her childhood in foster homes and an orphanage.
She married at the age of just sixteen and began working in a radio plane factory in 1944, as part of the war effort. Whilst there she was introduced to a photographer from the First Motion Picture Unit and began a successful pin-up modelling career.
She signed a contract with Fox in 1951 and over the next two years, she became a popular actress with roles in several comedies, including As Young as You Feel and Monkey Business.
By 1953, Monroe was one of the most marketable Hollywood stars, with leading roles in the noir Niagara and the comedies Gentlemen Prefer Blondes and How to Marry a Millionaire.
In 1955, she starred in one of the biggest box office successes of her career, The Seven Year Itch. Following this she won a Golden Globe for Best Actress in Some Like It Hot. Her last completed film was the drama The Misfits in 1961.
During her short life, Monroe struggled with anxiety, depression and the fact she was always type cast as a ‘sex symbol’.
Sadly on August 5, 1962, she died at age 36 from an overdose of barbiturates at her home in Los Angeles.
To this day, Monroe has been celebrated for her beauty and talent as an actress and icon.
Marilyn Diptych Room
Instead of celebrating the blonde bombshell’s films, we decided to showcase one of the most iconic and famous portraits of the actress, Andy Warhol’s ‘Marilyn Diptych’.
Echoing the beauty and sparkle of Marilyn Monroe, this room captures Warhol’s artistic vision, transporting you into the colourful world of pop art.
Completed in 1962, Warhol’s silkscreen painting the Marilyn Diptych is one of his most infamous and influential works.
Following Marilyn’s death in 1962, Warhol began a four month artistic journey, creating over twenty silkscreen paintings of the engaging American star.
Warhol’s creation was based on one publicity photograph of Marilyn, taken for the film Niagara in 1953.
Warhol’s vision for the piece was inspired by the themes of death and the cult of celebrity, both of which Marilyn had become renowned for. Alluding to the media whirlwind and her mortality, Warhol created a fusion of these elements using a vivid contrast of colour combined with a fading effect.
The repetitive image of Marilyn’s face is thought to reflect her incomparable media presence, while the contrast of colours reminds viewers that while Marilyn’s bright and vibrant status may have felt perpetual, her mortality meant that she would always fade away.
Sleeping up to 4 guests without compromising on quality and style, this stylish suite is ideal for those interested in the life of Monroe and the glamour of the 50s and 60s.
One of Hollywood’s greatest style icons known for her beauty, elegance and grace, Audrey Hepburn was ranked by the American Film Institute as the third-greatest female screen legend in Golden Age Hollywood.
A philanthropist, humanitarian and talented performer, she was born on 4th May 1929, in Brussels, Belgium and spent most of her childhood moving between Belgium, England and the Netherlands.
She studied ballet from a young age which led to her performing as a chorus girl in West End musical theatre productions.
When she was 22 years old, Hepburn starred in the 1951 Broadway play Gigi after being spotted by French novelist Colette, on whose work the play was based.
Following this, she shot to stardom for playing the lead role in Roman Holiday in 1953, for which she was the first actress to win an Academy Award, a Golden Globe and a BAFTA Award for a single performance.
She went on to star in a number of successful films, such as Sabrina (1954), The Nun’s Story (1959), Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961), Charade (1963), My Fair Lady (1964) and Wait Until Dark (1967), for which she received Academy Award, Golden Globe and BAFTA nominations. Hepburn won a record three BAFTA Awards for Best British Actress in a Leading Role.
As her life went on Hepburn appeared in fewer films, devoting much of her later life to UNICEF.
She was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in recognition of her work as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador in December 1992. A month later, Hepburn died of appendiceal cancer at her home in Switzerland at the age of 63.
My Fair Lady Room
An enchanting blend of comedy, romance and singalong hits, My Fair Lady is a timeless masterpiece that fans continue to adore today.
Visually striking with an infamous score, the revival of the stage production brought the dazzling costumes and colourful sets to the big screen.
It tells the story of a young girl’s transformation from a working-class Cockney to a high society Victorian lady. Eliza Doolittle, played by Hepburn agrees to lessons from phonetics Professor Henry Higgins, who works with Eliza on her speech to improve her job prospects.
However, it doesn’t take long for their budding relationship to escalate into a complicated love triangle. Higgins finds himself besotted with Eliza, but only after she’s been swept off her feet by an aristocratic suitor.
Capturing the spirit of one of the best loved musicals of all time, our My Fair Lady room is truly something special.
Sleeping up to six guests, the My Fair Lady room radiates character and charm reflective of the classic musical. Featuring a luxurious kitchenette, opulent fittings and a flat screen TV, the film’s qualities are certainly reflected in this magical hotel room.
Renowned for her contralto vocals and youthful glow, Judy Garland was an American singer, actress and vaudevillian.
She attained international stardom that continued throughout a career spanning more than 40 years as an actress in musical and dramatic roles, as a recording artist, and on concert stages.
Born as Frances Ethel Gumm in June 1922, Garland began performing in vaudeville with her two older sisters and was signed to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer as a teenager. Signed by MGM, she made more than two dozen films with them, including nine with Mickey Rooney.
However, in 1939, Judy shot immediately to stardom with The Wizard of Oz, in which she portrayed Dorothy, an orphaned girl living on a farm in the dry plains of Kansas who is whisked off to the magical world of Oz on the other side of the rainbow.
Her poignant performance and sweet delivery of her signature song, ‘Over The Rainbow’, earned Judy a special juvenile Oscar statuette on 29 February 1940 for Best Performance by a Juvenile Actor.
Following this, she continued to star in successful films including Meet Me in St. Louis (1944), The Harvey Girls (1946) and Easter Parade (1948) until she was released from the studio.
Judy went on to make record-breaking concert appearances, a successful recording career, and her own Emmy-nominated television series.
In later years, her film appearances became fewer only starring in A Star Is Born (1954) and Judgement at Nuremberg (1961). At 39, she became the youngest and first female recipient of the Cecil B. DeMille Award for lifetime achievement in the film industry.
From an early age, Garland struggled with the pressures of adolescent stardom and her self-image which was constantly under the spotlight. Throughout her life, she married five times, with her first four marriages ending in divorce.
Sadly Judy had a long addiction with drugs and alcohol, which ultimately led to her death from a barbiturate overdose at the age of 47.
Still celebrated today, Judy Garland was one of the greatest actresses with one of the most unique voices of our time.
Wizard of Oz Room
The Wizard of Oz is undoubtedly a timeless classic, notable for its innovative use of technicolor, this amazing film captured imaginations all over the world.
An iconic film in popular culture, it won Oscars for Best Original Song with Over the Rainbow and Best Original Score by Herbert Stothart.
Our stunning Wizard of Oz room makes the most of the characters that delighted it’s audiences, with an amazing picture of Dorothy and her friends on the ceiling.
Featuring plush champagne interiors, a stylish kitchenette and a double Jacuzzi bath, the Wizard of Oz suite has everything you’d expect from a room inspired by the magical musical.
Sleeping up to six people in two luxury doubles and two single beds, this room has been designed with a fabulous adventure in mind and guarantee you’ll never want your Arthouse adventure to end.
If you enjoyed our marvellous round up of the best leading ladies of Hollywood, why not book a stay in our magical movie-themed hotel and be transported back to the golden era of film.
Get in touch with one of our friendly team today to book a stay worthy of Hollywood.
Are you the maid of honour struggling to a hen party weekend in Liverpool with fun activities for everyone or perhaps it’s your besties special birthday weekend and you want to surprise her with something other than a boozy night out in Liverpool.
Well, we’ve got just the thing for you to make the most out of your weekend in Liverpool at Arthouse Hotel!
Book your party into one of our amazing all-around dance classes at Arthouse and bring all your friends together for a laugh and boogie.
Ideal for a hen party in Liverpool
Our dance lessons are individually tailored to suit a range of different themes.
If you bride-to-be loves the old school movies how about booking a Fame, Grease or Dirty Dancing class.
In our Fame dance class, you and the group will enjoy one and half hours of fame themed fun including learning one full group routine, the famous Fame lift sequence and routines to help you warm up and cool down.
After all we are professionals here!
If it’s Greased Lightning that pushes your buttons then our Grease themed class includes learning a Rydell High cheer, a hand jive competition and a group routine to “We Go Together”.
There will also be a full Sandy style makeover for the bride-to-be and you can even book to stay the night in our Grease themed room.
Let us take your bride to be out of the corner with a Dirty Dancing group lesson.
The bride-to-be and the rest of the group can learn how to meringue, enjoy a 60’s salsa competition and perfect the “Time of my life” routine.
Then send your bride-to-be soaring through the air with that crucial, movie defining moment, the lift.
Every class will run for one hour and a half and will include a bottle of bubbly hosted in the basement studio at Arthouse Hotel.
Arthouse dance classes are the ideal way to make fun and lasting memories for any bride-to-be and her hens.
Perfect for a birthday party
If you and your mates are tired of the same old birthday nights out in Liverpool shake things up literally by booking one of the dance classes at Arthouse.
Whether you’re staying in the hotel or not booking a dance class at Arthouse is the perfect way to start any night out in Liverpool off with a giggle.
Come in full fancy-dress attire and learn how to dance like the Divas of today.
Bust out your moves with a Street style dance class or bring your inner burlesque beauty out with a Burlesque dance tutorial.
Our instructor, Beth Thomas, has mastered every style of dancing so that she can teach the rest of us how it’s done.
During your Street Dance lesson learn how to break it down like Vanilla Ice and partake in a group dance battle after learning a group street dance routine.
Burlesque lessons will include mastering the art of the tease and then a floor show routine from everyone’s favourite “Lady Marmalade” music video.
Just don’t forget your heels and elbow length gloves.
During our Diva dance classes, Beth will teach you moves used by the very ladies who are dominating the charts right now. Have you always wanted to bring it like Britney or work it like the legend that is Lady Gaga?
After a Diva dance lesson with Beth, those ladies best watch their backs as you and your girls will be able to give them a run for their money . . . as far as dancing goes anyways.
Every dance lesson hosted with Beth includes full warm up and cool down routines to make sure none of you pulls any muscles. You can rest assured our dance lessons are entirely professional yet still extremely fun.
Fail to prepare, prepare to fail
Even though we know some of you are ready for a full weekend of fun and frivolity it is our recommendation that you book your dance lesson before your big night out in Liverpool.
Not only will this arm you with some new moves to impress your fellow party goers on the dance floor, but our lessons are peppered with fun and games which can include some cheeky drinks.
It’s a waste if you’ve been out the night before and the sight of a shot makes you want to run a mile.
Lastly, our dance lessons are fun but also designed to give those who attend a real dance experience. Beth is a professional dance instructor and will put you through your paces as well as help you have a laugh in the process.
Come prepared to have fun and learn some new moves together when booking any dance classes at Arthouse Hotel.
Staying at Arthouse Hotel
No matter what occasion brings you to Arthouse Hotel we have rooms to suit all parties.
From the sun soaked pool sides of Ibiza and the stylish rooftops of London, 4Mation bring their house music collective to Arthouse this weekend and they’re taking the ultimate Liverpool club night back to it’s roots.
Let us tell you all about it so you don’t miss out.
What to expect at 4Mation
source: 4Mation Facebook
Since 2012 4Mation events have been raising the roof of many an international venue with a selection of quality house tunes, from chilled deep house to full on techno beats.
4Mation are an allusive collective of talented DJ’s and event organisers, never staying in one venue too long to keep their audience guessing when and where the next awesome club night will take place.
source: 4Mation Facebook
The intimate gatherings are usually hosted in undisclosed venues with attendees picking up secret entrance codes and wristbands from well known bars or clubs.
source: 4Mation Facebook
The special guests performing never cease to amaze and include some of the biggest names from their music genre, alongside 4Mation’s own gifted resident DJ’s, party goers are guaranteed an amazing atmosphere backed by banging tunes.
4Mation at Arthouse
For the first weekend in August, 4Mation have chosen to host their amazing club night in a secret subterranean venue never before seen by public eyes.
source: 4Mation Facebook
Event organisers say they are hitting the reset button and going back to the start of the 4Mation journey. By taking this ultimate Liverpool club night below deck 4Mation are sticking to their credo
“ Playing loud music in dark rooms since 2012”.
Simply grab your wristbands at Arthouse Bar then use the secret code to gain access to a mysterious undisclosed underground venue.
Once you’ve gained access it’s non stop house music all night long topped off with superb drinks offers including;
two for £10 cocktails
two for £6 selected beers
whilst stocks last, a selection of £1 bottled beers.
Get yourself ready for the ultimate Liverpool club night with 4Mation and Arthouse Bar this weekend.
The fine print
4Mation will open the doors to the venue at 9pm on Saturday 5th August, giving you all plenty of time to sample the best bars in the surrounding area or to enjoy one of Arthouse’s most delicious cocktails.
You can even get those energy levels up and chow down on a delicious movie themed pizza or gourmet Nachos chosen from Arthouse’s flick themed food menu.
If you and your friends are staying at Arthouse Hotel during August make sure you get your wristband to access to the ultimate Liverpool club night hosted by 4Mation.
Have you always fancied yourself as a cocktail connoisseur? Or maybe you just enjoy a tipple or two. At the Arthouse Bar we offer an amazing cocktail masterclass that will have you and your friends mixing up a storm.
Set within the amazing movie-themed hotel bar, this masterclass is a brilliant gift for a birthday celebration, a hen party and many other occasions.
How much: £20pp
This brilliant cocktail masterclass is perfect for learning the tricks of the mixing trade.
You might already be an expert at drinking cocktails, but wouldn’t it be great if you could craft some concoctions of your own? Learn to mix, muddle and mash at our brilliant cocktail masterclass.
During the class our expert bar staff will teach you how to make a variety of cocktails, from the traditional mojito to some of our Signature combinations. By the end you’ll know all there is to know about your favourite tipples.
Each cocktail masterclass includes the following per person;
A cocktail upon arrival, prepared by one of our talented bar staff
The chance to each make a cocktail of your choice from our menu with the guidance of our trained bar staff
A glass of prosecco to enjoy while you learn the art of cocktail making
Some shots to use for some fun drinking games
The classes last around 90 minutes each, so there’s plenty of time to shake things up and have a fantastic booze-fuelled evening.
At the Arthouse bar we serve a range of creative cocktails that are themed around stars of the silver screen. From Ginger Rodgers to Marilyn Monroe, our inventive medley’s are perfect for any film lover.
Here are some of our famous movie-themed cocktails that you could get the chance to create yourself.
The larger than life Charlie Chapgin offers the perfect mix of elderflower, lemon, blueberry, apple and G’vine Gin. It is inspired by the great comic actor, filmmaker and composer Charlie Chaplin.
This stunning concoction made up of cream, brandy and banana is named after Marlon Brando, it’s sure to get your taste buds tingling.
Liz Taylor Fizz
A great of the silver screen, our delicious Liz Taylor Fizz is a refreshing zesty cocktail that is perfect for a summer’s evening.
Dedicated to Hollywood leading man Cary Grant, this wonderful mix of amaretto, coconut rum, overproof rum and cherry is so delicious we can’t get enough of it.
For a cocktail that packs a punch, we recommend the Yellapepperita, which is created from tequila, passion fruit, lime and yellow pepper.
Try a Movie-Themed Pizza
After all of that cocktail making, you’re sure to have worked up an appetite.
At the Arthouse Pizzeria, we serve some of the most delicious, film-themed pizzas in Liverpool.
Choose from the spicy Some Like it Hot with pepperoni and chilli, or try the West Side Story with half chorizo and roasted peppers and half pastrami. If you’re a vegetarian there’s the Margherita Hayworth or the Casablanca which is topped with artichoke, olive and roast pepper with rocket and harissa.
These tasty pizza’s are the best way to refuel after your cocktail masterclass.
For more information or to book in a cocktail masterclass call our friendly team on 0151 541 9999 and we’ll be happy to help!