Arthouse Hotel is right in the centre of Liverpool’s hottest district and close to the famous Ropewalks. If you’re staying with us this weekend, or any weekend soon, we serve breakfast all morning for those who have the privilege of staying in one of our movie-themed rooms. If you fancy something a little different one morning, then just a stone’s throw away is one of the best restaurants in Liverpool, and they’re now serving breakfast! The Alma de Cuba Breakfast menu is the perfect option for Arthouse Hotel guests who want a little something different for their stay in Liverpool.
Served from 8 am to 11 am every morning of the week, Alma de Cuba is one of the best places to go to enjoy breakfast while soaking up an atmosphere like no other.
Alma de Cuba Breakfast Menu
Being a Cuban and Latin America inspired restaurant, breakfast was never going to be your run of the mill sausage and eggs in the former church. The Alma de Cuba breakfast menu pulls inspiration from around the world to bring you the very best – and tastiest – dishes to get you well and truly set up for the day ahead.
The highlight of the Alma de Cuba breakfast menu is definitely the signature Alma Eggs. Poached eggs and avocado with Cuban spiced hollandaise is an absolute winner, the taste alone is enough to transport you to South America.
Or try the Breakfast Burger, it’s breakfast and a burger, but not as you know it. Pork pate and crisp smoked bacon is beautifully paired with sliced Monterey Jack and fried egg to create a smorgasbord of tastes that astounds and delights.
If you want to stay traditional, there’s the Alma de Cuba Big Breakfast, with all the components of a traditional breakfast with a fine-dining twist. Confit tomato and toasted cornbread is the piece du résistance of this full English Breakfast. If your taste takes you further north than Cuba, the American Breakfast is something you need to indulge in. American style pancakes with bacon and blueberries, smothered in maple syrup and cooked to perfection.
Come and see us any morning between 8 am and 11 am to browse the full list of tantalising food from the Alma de Cuba breakfast menu.
The day might just be dawning but the fun never stops in the converted church on Seel Street. With a church-cum-carnival vibe throughout the building and enough candles to light even the darkest of souls, there’s no feeling quite like dining in Alma de Cuba.
Our staff are ready and raring from the word go, early mornings don’t register on our radar and our friendly and attentive wait staff are always ready to make your experience of the Alma de Cuba breakfast menu one you’ll never forget.
Minutes Away from Arthouse Hotel
Alma de Cuba is just a few minutes walk from Arthouse Hotel, making it the perfect venue for Arthouse guests looking to mix up their breakfast routine. Simply walk a few steps down Seel Street to enter into Cuban & Latin American breakfast dream at Alma de Cuba.
Our receptionists and reservation team are more than happy to help you book a table at one of the most coveted eating establishments in Liverpool.
Dine on the best breakfast in Liverpool, with the most amazing staff in the most beautiful venue. Call us now on 0151 305 3744 to book your place to enjoy the Alma de Cuba breakfast menu while you stay at Arthouse Hotel.
When it comes to planning the best boys night out in Liverpool look no further than Arthouse Hotel.
At the heart of all the most exciting nightlife and with some of the best restaurants in Liverpool right on your doorstep, Arthouse Hotel is the number one choice for an amazing get together with the lads.
Every room at Arthouse Hotel has a unique movie-themed décor along with bags of space and excellent facilities such as ensuite bathrooms and handy kitchenettes and fridges to store all your booze.
Choose to spend the night on the Hitchcock floor in the Spellbound suite which sleeps up to six and is inspired by Hitchcock’s asylum thriller movie.
Or why not get a little artsy on the Warhol floor where you can stay in our racy Chelsea Girls suite with its eye-popping wall mural and gleaming gold décor?
There’s access to huge wall mounted TV’s in every Arthouse Hotel room and what’s more, Arthouse Hotel is located in the centre of Liverpool’s most popular nightlife district; The Ropewalks.
Accommodation for a boys night out in Liverpool doesn’t get any better than at Arthouse Hotel.
The most popular nightlife venues in Liverpool surround Arthouse Hotel on all sides.
So, for those of you looking for a top boys night out in Liverpool you needn’t walk more than two minutes before you find your ideal nightclub or bar.
Coyote Ugly has recently opened its doors to the public, and for those who “haven’t seen” the hit movie yet, we can guarantee a handful of talented ladies will entertain an eager audience with some on the bar dancing and behind the bar beer slinging.
Other top choices include Heebie Jeebies for laid-back vibes and chart-topping tunes, Salt Dog Slims for larger than life steins or Whiskey Business for a special kind of tipple from their impressive stocks of rare whiskeys.
Our very own Alma de Cuba is perfect for a boys night out in Liverpool you’ll never forget.
Why not book a VIP booth complete with drinks package and catch a glimpse of our hotter than hot Voodoo dancers?
All this and more is just a few moments away from Arthouse Hotel meaning your boys night out in Liverpool is guaranteed to be unforgettable . . .
. . . even if you’ve had a few too many steins in Salt Dogs.
Not just the perfect place to grab a bevvy, The Ropewalks and Bold Street, in particular, is the number one spot to rustle up some of the tastiest grub in town.
On Bold Street alone there’s a worldly variety of street style inspired food from towering burgers at Nolita Catalina to Red Dog Saloons BBQ inspired gastronomy.
Slims Pork Chop Express on Seel Street has a varied menu of meaty loveliness and of course, our own on-site bar and restaurant, Mulholland, whips up the best pizzas for miles around.
No matter what you’ve got a hankering for, any of these nearby restaurants will get your boys night out in Liverpool off to a tremendous start.
Time for a boys night out in Liverpool
What are you waiting for guys?
Get all the lads together for an amazing boys night out in Liverpool from Arthouse Hotel.
In 1968, The Beatles changed the face of modern cinema with their psychedelic animated feature film. This year, it’s time for Yellow Submarine’s 50th birthday, and Arthouse Hotel is the perfect place to celebrate the golden anniversary of one of the most iconic films of all time.
Standing the Test of Time
Yellow Submarine was released at the height of Beatlemania. Following the release of the critically acclaimed, award-winning album Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, the band made their third appearance on the silver screen with United Artists.
The film takes the audience on an adventure through various intriguing landscapes with plenty of fan favourite songs to add an extra element to the creative and ground-breaking film. Eleanor Rigby, Nowhere Man and Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds all make an appearance in the much-loved movie.
The film was a box-office hit and drew massive crowds thanks to the creativity and uniqueness of the animated, soon-to-be classic.
To this day, Yellow Submarine is regarded as one of the most influential and genre-defining films, fusing fun with art for an unforgettable viewing experience. The film was one of the first animations to prove that cartoons aren’t just for kids and can be a great expression of originality and art, with clever wordplay and ‘dimensional illusions’ providing a thought-provoking encounter.
50 Years of Animated Magic
This decade has been a treasure trove of Beatles anniversaries and the Yellow Submarine is just one of the half-century milestones for the Fab Four.
To celebrate Yellow Submarine’s 50th birthday, a special edition comic book version of the film will be released to help celebrate the important milestone.
With Yellow Submarine effigies across the city of Liverpool, the impact of the cult film is clear to see in The Beatles’ hometown. From the submarine in the docks to the psychedelic Lambana, Liverpool knows how to pay tribute to the incredible film.
Stay in a Themed Room for Yellow Submarine’s 50th Birthday
Our immensely popular Yellow Submarine room is the only place for a true Beatles fan to honour a half-century of the trippy but entrancing motion picture.
The Yellow Submarine room has been designed with psychedelic pop culture in mind. Featuring artwork from the film and an underwater feel, it’s like taking a step into Pepperland.
The stunning room sleeps up to four people in luxury beds and decadent furnishings, it’s the best way to take a relaxing journey through Pepperland’s terrains.
After checking in to your Yellow Submarine themed hotel room, discover all Liverpool has to offer for Beatles fans. Head to Penny Lane to see the street that inspired the anthem or set yourself a challenge to find all the Beatles statues in the city.
Don’t forget to have a drink in The Cavern before heading to Arthouse Hotel’s Mulholland Bar. With creative cocktails and an incredible atmosphere, it’s the perfect place to go to toast Yellow Submarine’s 50th Birthday.
Call on 0151 601 8801 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book your stay in the city that birthed the greatest musical legends of all time.
It’s the dawn of a new year and a new opportunity to start the year off right. Leave behind the stress of Christmas and bounce into 2018 in style at Arthouse Hotel and Mulholland Bar.There’s always plenty going on in Liverpool’s best movie-themed hotel and 2018 is set to be bigger and better than ever. Take a look at what’s on this January at Seel Street’s best venue.
Live Music Every Thursday
Mulholland Bar was launched last year with a fresh new vibe and stunning décor, pulling in inspiration from the home of the movies: Hollywood.
With fantastic food as a given, there’s only one piece left of the puzzle to make it a perfect venue – live music.
Luckily, we’ve got you covered. Every Thursday from 9 pm, some of Liverpool’s most talented up and coming musicians will take to the stage to wow all who step foot through the door.
Pair this with plenty of drinks deals, signature cocktails and devilish spirits and your Thursday nights in January are set to be a winner.
Movie Star Magic in Partnership with Alma de Cuba
As part of our exclusive January offers, you can now enjoy a specially created package that includes an overnight stay in the unique Arthouse Hotel as well as a delicious meal at the highly-coveted Alma de Cuba.
Stay the night in one of Arthouse Hotel’s movie-themed rooms, choose from a memorable musical, spooky horror or time-tested classic and enjoy luxury surroundings with an edgy twist. You can even expect a bottle of prosecco in your room on arrival!
After checking in and being stunned by your suite, get your glad rags on and head to Alma de Cuba, which is just minutes walk away from the hotel. Indulge in a Caribbean inspired menu within the walls of the former church and marvel and the stained glass windows and breath-taking altar.
Treat Yourself to a Suite Like No Other
As well as incredible movie-themed rooms, Arthouse Hotel is also home to the most stunning suite in the whole of Liverpool.
The Skyline Suites are situated on a high floor, giving the perfect opportunity for incredible views across Liverpool from the private balcony.
In addition to the most luxurious balcony in Ropewalks, the suites have been kitted out in decadent décor that is sure to make you swoon. The dazzling party rooms are the most perfect place for making sure your new year is started the right way.
Enjoy What’s On This January at Arthouse Hotel
January may have a reputation for being a miserable month, but it doesn’t have to be!
There’s so much to be grateful for and take advantage of in the new year, don’t let the January blues get you down. Indulge in a cheeky night out and let loose to really banish the post-Christmas slump.
Call our friendly and helpful team on 0151 541 9999 to organise a fun-filled night out, overnight stay or both!
Like Garfield the cat, the majority of us hate Monday’s, it’s the start of a long working week and the end of what was most likely an amazing weekend. That’s why at Arthouse Hotel we thought we’d spice up Monday by arranging some saucy Salsa classes Liverpool has been waiting for.
The Origins of Salsa Dancing
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Hailing from Cuba both Salsa music and the moves came together over time from a mixture of traditional Hispanic and American dance styles, Salsa, however, wasn’t named as such until it reached North America in around 1910.
When looking far back enough the fundamental moves of Salsa dancing are a hybrid mix of Rhumba’s danced by early African slaves in America, the Danzon moves of the French Haiti immigrants and Son dances of Cuban nationals.
This super saucy Latin vibe was eventually picked up by visiting Americans in 1898 during the Cuban War when soldiers entered South America. After this American Jazz musicians would frequently visit Cuba and adapt this new exotic sound to their own musical style, playing it in trendy clubs all over New York and North America.
Soon the rest of the US was intoxicated by this new and super sensual sound and style of dancing. The term “Salsa” was applied in North America to describe this new wave of upbeat Latin music however it wasn’t until the 1970’s when Salsa truly found its fame in America.
An increase in Dominican and Puerto Rican workers into the US brought with them their own dancing style which became well known and liked in clubs and bars across the nation. The rising stars of Salsa music helped spread the Salsa phenomenon to the world and today Latin music influenced by the earliest mixes of Salsa beats still dominates the charts today.
Learn to Salsa like a Pro
Join us on Mondays at Arthouse and meet professional dance instructor Karen who has been passing on her dancing knowledge to eager beginners for over 15 years, guiding them to becoming confident Salsa dancers.
Karen is used to teaching large groups of all abilities and will give you the tools to take to the dancefloor with grace and ease when you next hear a Salsa track in the club.
Bring along some work friends for some corporate bonding fun, take it as a keep fit class with the girls or grab your partner and learn how to be the hottest couple on every dancefloor.
The lessons start at 19:30 pm for beginners and improvers running for one hour. Each Monday lesson included instructions for learning the tricky Salsa steps as well as an opportunity to have some fun.
From 20:30 pm – 22:00 pm the intermediate dancers can hone their dancing skills and strut their stuff and then the venue is transformed into a Salsa free for all where the professionals can show off their moves and the beginners can have some laughs.
So never mind if you haven’t taken a dance lesson in your life or if you fancy yourself a dab hand, these are the Salsa classes Liverpool dancers have been waiting for and now they are here at Arthouse Hotel.
After lesson drinks in Mulholland
After all that twirling and shaking on the dancefloor you’ll no doubt need refreshments.
Luckily Mulholland Bar is situated just a floor up from where your lesson is held and has some fabulous midweek food and drink offers you and the class can enjoy.
Choose from a selection of delicious cocktails or share a perfect pizza and if the night is still young there are plenty of bars around Seel Street where you and the Salsa gang can enjoy a round or two.
Make a night out of it and stay in Arthouse Hotel with the amazing Monday Madness offer including an overnight stay in a marvellous movie-themed hotel room and breakfast the following day for just £59 per couple.
Why not put some of those newly acquired Salsa dance moves to the test in any of the best nightclubs in Seel Street?
No need to book to attend just show up with your dancing shoes in one hand and a partner in the other and you are good to go.
Call 0151 236 0166 to book the offer or inquire any further about Salsa Monday’s email email@example.com.
Book a stay on the Alfred Hitchcock floor at Arthouse Hotel and have a scream this Halloween in Liverpool with all your friends.
Halloween is just around the corner so we’ve taken a look at how the master of macabre, Alfred Hitchcock, chose to celebrate his love of horror and haunting. The bash he threw for the Warner Brother top brass in March 1956 showed that Halloween must have surely been his favourite time of year.
Our Hitchcock movie-themed hotel rooms are dedicated to the great director and his work, to help our guests celebrate all things spooky in style.
Check out this amazing account of the spookiest party in town during 1956 at Alfred’s own horrifying New York Haunted House Party.
The perfect party location
In true Hitchcock fashion, it was all about location, location, location when it came to planning his grand New York Haunted House Party.
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He sent out his team, Young and Rubicam, to track down a Hitchcock appropriate venue to host his hotly anticipated house party.
The stipulation was that the venue should;
Be able to cater to a number of VIP guests
Have a glamorous yet chilling interior
And most importantly have its very own supernatural presence
The task at hand seemed daunting at first when the team first attempts to secure out a genuine haunted house in New York.
The Wine Cellars of Brooklyn Bridge
They came up trumps with Hitchcock’s first two criteria but were stumped time and time again when it came to finding a real live haunted house.
Luckily a tip came in that the wine cellars under the Brooklyn Bridge ticked all the boxes on Hitchcock’s list.
Together Young and Rubicam and an excited Mr Hitchcock took a tour of the cellars and discovered, at last, the ideal space in which to host Hitchcock’s epic Halloween bash.
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The walls were dripping, dank and dark and even the whispers of the team members echoed around the cavernous space creating ghostly whispers.
Sadly a Hitch presented itself.
There was no plumbing throughout the cellars and Hitchcock’s most distinguished guests could not expect to go without washrooms for the entire shindig. Prices for temporary fixtures were assembled totalling $800.
The wine cellars were a no go and the search continued.
The Old Merchants House
The people of New York all began to get involved in the search and tips kept rolling in about supposedly haunted buildings that were ideal for Hitchcock’s house of horrors.
The Old Merchant House was scouted as another possible venue. The perfectly preserved period home was ideally spooky and was rumoured to have ghosts of its very own.
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Those who inherited The Old Merchant House told stories of ghostly happenings. Convinced that nine members of the Treadwell family who lived and died on the property continued to haunt it they opened the home up as a museum.
Hitchcock, upon visiting the house was overjoyed with the preservation of the home and believed it would make a smashing venue for his VIP haunted house party.
source: landmarkinteriorsAgain, it was not to be as the kin of the Treadwell family could not consider a party being held inside their historical landmark giving Hitchcock and his team a blunt no when the idea was suggested.
The search went on.
Today The Old Merchant House is still perfectly preserved and receives regular visitors with a keen interest in the history of the home and its haunting past.
Taking matters into his own hand Hitchcock reached out to the American Psychic Research Society who responded that New York had become too modern a city to host any sort of supernatural spirit.
Hitchcock then placed an advert in The Times real estate section asking for people to call in with any ideas. Young and Rubicam were bombarded with over 100 telephone calls a day but none of the leads could conjure evidence or even stories of ghostly presences in their proposed properties.
There were suggestions of homes in Jackson Heights with real graves in the garden, a place in Englewood for sale with reports of a poltergeist but Hitchcock preferred to stay in the city centre.
On Staten Island, there was an agent trying to rent his property to Hitchcock for $5000 because it had nightly spiritual torments which gave Hitchcock chills but not because of the ghosts.
The Winning Location
After his short but exhaustive search for the most haunted house in New York Hitchcock and his team settled on the towering townhouse on 7 East 80TH Street.
The abandoned cobweb-laden mansion was sans spirits but Hitchcock’s patience was spent and he settled for a venue that looked haunted but wasn’t.
This was no problem for the master of suspense and horror as he and his crew set to work stirring up the dusty corners of the extensive property and adding some eerie extra touches here and there.
Hitchcock placed coffin shaped bars around the home, and well placed hidden speakers provided spooky moans and groans of fictional ghoulies throughout the building.
Using the ancient furnishings to his benefit Hitchcock accentuated the decay of century-old paintings, elaborate antique chandeliers and thick dusty drapes. The perfect mood lighting was installed and Hitchcock’s haunted house party was finally taking shape.
The Monstrous Menu
A stickler for the finer details Hitchcock ensured that if he couldn’t frighten his guests with real ghosts he would try instead with his party menu.
Inside the carefully crafted Tombstone Shaped invitations guests received a copy of this cleverly conceived menu of the macabre;
Carte de Morte
Morbid Morgue Mussels, Suicide Suzettes avec Crepe, Consommé de Cobra, Vicious-Soisse
Home-Fried Homicide, Ragout of Reptile, Charcoal-broiled Same-Witch Legs, Corpse Croquettes, Barbecued Banshee au Gratin, Opium Omelette en Brochette, Stuffed Stiffs with Hard Sauce, Gibbeted Giblets, Monster Thermidor, Tormented Tortillas, Ghoulish Goulash, Blind Bats en casserole
Fromage d’Abbatoir, Python Pudding, Morphine Meringue Glace, Fresh cut Lady Fingers (in season)
Bloody Marys, Anisette d’Arsenic, Hennessy’s Heroin, Dead Grand-dad, Formaldehyde Frappe
Guests came dressed to impress in all manners of upper-class attire, and photos show that the drinks were flowing as the spookfest played out.
On top of all the extravagant food, there was also a detailed party cake made to resemble a church and graveyard, complete with inedible cobwebs draped across so that it almost looked a part of the house.
Not to leave things to chance Hitchcock utilised his movie know how to give his guests an extra fright in the night.
One of his cheeky tricks included a decrepit old man left in one of the upstairs bedrooms. Clever makeup and special effects made this character seem like he could have been left to pass away in the house and forgotten.
This was not the only haunting house party Hitchcock threw during his years as master of suspense. Other notorious party rumours circulate about the director hosting events in LA where guests were handed shovels and asked to exhume several buried skulls bureid around the property garden.
If we could attend any Halloween party we think Hitchcock’s soirées might have been the most terrifying ones of all time.
Staying with Arthouse Hotel on the Hitchcock floor
We know that any party might pale in comparison to Hitchcock’s fright fests but there are plenty of spooky happenings going on during Halloween in Liverpool 2017.
Book to stay in one of our Hitchcock hotel rooms at Arthouse Hotel this Halloween and prepare to be dazzled by the décor and enticed by the exquisite ensuite bathrooms.
Arthouse Hotel is right in the middle of all the best Halloween action taking place in Liverpool. Make sure you get yourselves booked into one of our Hitchcock themed suites or our other movie-themed hotel rooms and have yourself a scream this Halloween.
The weather is getting colder and the leaves are beginning to fall. It can only mean one thing – Autumn is here!
While some may mourn the end of summer, others will revel in the cooler temperature and all the beauty that autumn brings.
At Arthouse Hotel, we don’t think that the dark nights are any reason to rein in the fun! That’s why we’ve crafted some specially tailored packages that are just perfect for ringing in the twilight months of the year.
Take a look at some of the exclusive offers, available for a limited time only!
Our Autumn Stay & Play offer is only £49 per person and gives you and three (or more!) of your friends an incredible experience in the best movie-themed hotel in the city.
You’ll be treated to an overnight stay in one of our unique and luxurious suites, all of which draw inspiration from iconic films from over the years.
Once you’ve made your choice of incredible themed rooms, your arrival will begin with prosecco or beers in your room. We know you’ll want to get the party started straight away, so pour yourself a glass as you explore the whirlpool bath and stylish design.
After an unforgettable night enjoying Liverpool’s incredible choice of restaurants, bars and clubs and after you’ve had the best night’s sleep of your life in a luxury double bed, head to Mulholland Bar on the ground floor of the hotel for a delicious breakfast.
Dine Away at Arthouse and Alma de Cuba
If you want to go for ultimate indulgence as the days go shorter, treat yourself and one lucky friend/partner/family member to our Stay and Dine Autumn Offers.
As well as an overnight stay in a luxury room with jacuzzi bath, you’ll also be able to get an exclusive reservation at Liverpool dining icon, Alma de Cuba.
Located just minutes walk away from Arthouse Hotel, the Caribbean and Latin-inspired restaurant caters to your every need for a deliciously unforgettable two-course meal.
Choose from spicy classics and innovative meals, all while supping from carefully crafted cocktails, whipped up by our talented mixologists.
After a great night at Alma, relax in your luxurious room and head to Mulholland Bar for a tasty breakfast – all included in the price of £129 per couple!
Unforgettable Rooms at Arthouse Hotel
If you haven’t heard about the movie-themed rooms at Arthouse Hotel – where have you been hiding?!
Each room draws inspiration from iconic films from the past century. From musical classics like Sound of Music and Grease to an entire floor dedicated to the works of Alfred Hitchcock, there is a room for every type of film fanatic at Arthouse Hotel.
While underappreciated as a filmmaker, we recognise the great work of Andy Warhol in a series of suites dedicated to his films and work. If you’re an artist at heart, why not stay in our Chelsea Girls suite or venture into pop art territory with Marilyn Monroe.
Browse our full range of rooms here and make sure you get in touch as soon as possible to take full advantage of our limited time only Autumn Offers.
Being Liverpool’s latest movie themed hotel, we feel it’s only right to share with our guests some of the best places to watch movies in Liverpool outside of the cinema.
Forget pricey tickets, uniform seating and less than impressive snacks and drinks, we’ve unearthed a chic way to watch your favourite old school movies and we’re sharing them with you.
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Not just the best place to sample amazing examples of Liverpool’s independent street food and drink offerings, Baltic Market is Liverpool’s newest social space encompassing everything that makes us happy.
This, of course, includes screenings of our favourite cult movie classics.
You’ll have to keep your peepers peeled on social media outlets to catch the latest screening schedules but when it’s on its worth it just for the funky vibes, relaxed atmosphere and delicious food.
The same organisers that brought us cult cinema nights at Baltic Market also put together the occasional outdoor film feast in undisclosed urban gardens across the city.
The latest schedules in Calderstones Park include the iconic Audrey Hepburn flick Breakfast at Tiffany’s and When Harry Met Sally, a film made famous by that one scene . . . you know the one.
Catch both movies out in the open under the stars, with a drink in hand and some live entertainment to set the mood.
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Situated at the top of Liverpool’s favourite independent district is Café Tabac. A moody dimly lit bar/café that serves delicious coffee tasty food and tantalising cocktails.
Hidden in the back of this trendy little establishment is an intimate cinema room that welcomes a small audience every Monday.
Often Café Tabac will schedule their screenings to coincide with memorable movie anniversaries for classic films like the Labyrinth or simply pick out a random yet popular movie like 1984.
It’s luck of the draw really but worth a visit for an alternative movie experience in Liverpool.
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Close enough to Arthouse you could hit it with a stone, but don’t, it’s FACT.
A venue in Liverpool dedicated to art and creative technology is bound to showcase some of the best blockbusting movies but every now and then a true movie marvel will pop up on their schedules such as magical musical movies like Singin’ In The Rain, The Sound of Music or An American in Paris.
These alongside cult movies, documentaries and cinematic art installations make FACT the place to watch movies in Liverpool that are a little out of the ordinary.
Lately, Liverpool’s Anglican Cathedral has turned its hand into hosting some superb social events. The latest is a list of movies that we all know and love being screened inside the cavernous interior of one of Liverpool’s most magnificent landmarks.
Where better to relive the movie mastery of The Goonies or the magical wonderland of Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory (the original) than Liverpool’s Anglican Cathedral with it towering stained glass windows and ancient interior décor.
Arthouse Movie Themed Accommodation
Get the gang together and watch movies in Liverpool in any of these alternative venues.
Not only will you enjoy watching a classic or cult movie but you and your friends will get to experience some of Liverpool’s most exciting venues from a different perspective.
Each unique and luxurious hotel room has its own individual theme inspired by a classic, cult or musical movie.
For bookings and enquiries about our amazing accommodation offers please call 0151 601 8801 or email firstname.lastname@example.org make your night at the movies the whole package with an alternative movie screening topped off with a stay in a marvellous movie themed hotel room at Arthouse Hotel.
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.