Landmarks all across Liverpool were lit up in stunning light shows this week – for three very different reasons.

St George’s Hall, Sefton Park Palm House and Liverpool Town Hall were just some of the buildings glowing from Monday onwards


Liverpool Town hall illuminated for Liverpool Pride.

The Playhouse in Williamson Square kicked off the light shows with obscure red, white and blue stripped lighting to mark the one year anniversary of Sir Ken Dodd ‘s death.

The veteran comedian was remembered fondly by people across the world and even more so by Scousers who grew up with him in their lives.

Red, white and blue lights were chosen to represent his famous tickling sticks

Dodd-land

On Friday night, St George’s Hall shared three incredible pictures on their Twitter account of the iconic plateau lit up red.

St George’s Hall often gets involved with relighting the building in honour of a special event or anniversary.

Red was chosen to show the city’s support for Comic Relief which was shown online on Friday night.

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