After five long print-less months Bido Lito! magazine will return for our September issue. With the city on lockdown and no safe way of producing the publication, the magazine has been on hiatus since the March edition.

Now with our stockists across the region opening their doors we will be distributing the pink pages in a safe, conscientious manner.

The Bido Bikes will be on the road again as of the 27th August dropping issue 109 into cafes, bars and social spaces throughout the city. Bido Lito! Members will receive the issue through post on 26th August.

The Bido Lito! distribution team will be wearing appropriate PPE and we ask that readers take the magazine home with them to enjoy at their leisure. The magazine drop will coincide with street performances around town in partnership with Culture Liverpool to be announced in due course.


April 2020 was the first month in the magazine’s history that a publication has not rolled off the presses. We also marked 10 years in existence in May this year. While the occasion did not pass in the best circumstances, Bido Lito! has remained active via our website and the weekly Bulletin mailer.

To celebrate the return to print we are pressing a limited run of t-shirts designed by local illustrator Hannah Blackman-Kurz. Readers signing up to become members will receive a free t-shirt while stocks last and anyone else wanting to support the magazine with a one-off purchase can do so via Bandcamp.

We’re very much looking forward to sharing issue 109 with the world and be physically back in inky pink definition. It’s been too long.

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