"For most of the world, the moon will pair up most closely with Jupiter for the month on this Sunday evening, April 14, 2013. Look west after dark to see the waxing crescent near the very bright planet. The moon and Jupiter appear in front of the constellation Taurus the Bull on April 14. How to spot them? Easy. No matter where you live on the globe, as darkness falls, look first for the waxing crescent moon. You simply can’t miss Jupiter nearby because it’s the brightest starlike object in the evening sky – brighter than any star."Though as usual, in Liverpool, it'll probably be cloudy.
Astronomy The Earth Sky blog reports that in some parts of the world, after sunset tonight, the Moon and Jupiter will be incredibly close: