Kingdom on Harrington Street in the commercial district of Liverpool City Centre turns 12 next week and the team behind the celeb favourite have, as ever, upped their game to celebrate this milestone. In a time where nightclubs come and go Kingdom has evolved with the times and kept one step ahead of the game.
So on Saturday 25 January the venue go all out with a Parisian theme and the latest Instagram cocktail favourites. Vula will be live on stage performing Rinton and Oiver Heldens “Turn Me On” as well as Basement Jaxx “Oh My Gosh and Red Alert”. Demand as ever has been huge with all the usual added extras that make a Kingdom birthday bash one not to miss. And as ever, resident “Jesus” will be on stage on sax.
The venue which was recently painted by en vogue artist Paul Curtis has brought in some new kit in time for the birthday bash and Kingdom Bar Manager Brendan Soprano said:
“I was in South America towards the end of last year sourcing new drinks and ideas for the venue and one of the things we wanted was more “instagrammable” cocktails. We all know how big “insta” is now for our industry from flower walls to cocktails so we have brought in some additions to add to the theatre of a night out.”
Flavour Blaster, as it is called, is the latest innovation by JetChill. JetChill is a UK company that designs, manufactures and sells theatrical food & drink products to the hospitality industry. From creating bubbles to aromatic clouds.
The drinks where sampled by local instagram influencers @mollykrenz_ and @summerwrench_x who loved the aroma and bubbles of the cocktails.
Spokesperson Gary Bond added:
“The team at Kingdom deserve a lot of credit for evolving with the nightlife market. The days of the superclub and going out early have gone and smaller table led venues that keep up to date with the latest music and social media trends are the ones that thrive. Jon and the team, after 12 years now, deserve praise for doing just that. The 25 January will be a very Kingdom night with lots of big surprises.”
Since opening at the end of 2007 the venue has held some of the biggest nights in the city. With guests ranging from the Spice Girls and Steven Gerrard to Scott Dissick from the Kardashians.