Collective is a new bar concept that will house five independent businesses under one roof. Over the next twelve months, they are inviting the people of Liverpool to join them on their journey as they grow, evolve and redefine what a night out on Seel Street is.

The very first business taking over Collective is ‘The Bar That Stole Christmas!’

If it wasn’t clear enough from its name, ‘The Bar That Stole Christmas’ will be transforming Seel Street into a festive extravaganza throughout December. Collective’s inaugural resident will be perfect for Christmas nights out, winter boogies and anyone looking for a place to ‘rock around the Christmas tree’.

Not just your usual run-of-the-mill winter wonderland, ‘The Bar That Stole Christmas’ will be a Scouser’s answer to a late-night grotto with more than a few cheeky nods to some of Liverpool’s colourful residents. Serving up a whole host of Christmas classics to wash down a mince pie with, expect to experience something Seel Street has never seen before… a proper festive disc-ho-ho-ho!!

Even those who have resting grinch face will be impressed by their great selection of draught, cocktails and wine as they emulate the high level of service the Liverpool night-time industry is famed for.  After all, it is the most wonderful time for a beer!

Collective is looking to host a sack full of events throughout December as they count down to the big day itself so be sure to keep up to date with all they have planned. To top it all off, Collective is also offering 10% off to anyone in a Christmas jumper every single day to reward those dedicated to the spirit of Christmas.

But wait… there’s Myrrh!

They will be partnering with several local charities to raise as much support as possible for those not fortunate enough to have a warm place to sleep during the coldest time of the year. Collective wish to spread their Christmas cheer to all those who call Liverpool home and they hope you will all help them in their mission.

Their launch night is the 28th November and they will be bringing good tides to everyone all the way through until their ‘Christmas is cancelled’ party on the 5th January.