So supposedly the Lyrids meteor shower will take place between early morning April 16th to 22nd - correct me if I am wrong. I am aged 15 and am interested in skywatching, I just wondered will it be visible from the northern Hemisphere? Or will it be like the lunar eclipse and only be visible in the Western Hemisphere? Thanks.
You should definitely be able to see this meteor shower. It will be in the north east from your viewpoint near the star vega.
You may find these websites useful. If you're interested in amateur astronomy, there is free software for interactive star maps. I use one called stellarium. I'm also an amateur astronomer and I've learned so much with it. You may enjoy it as well.