Epstein Theatre

The formerly named Neptune Theatre was built in 1913 and is one of many theatres in Liverpool.

It has been threatened with closure several times, but reopened in May 2012 after a £1.2m refurbishment. The theatre seats 445 on its two levels.

It has now been renamed the Epstein Theatre, in honour of Brian Epstein, the manager of The Beatles. Brian was renowned for his contributions to the city's cultural and music scene, since reopening we have hosted shows ranging from Christmas Panto, The Martini Lounge Burlesque show, Comedy to Drama.

The Epstein Theatre has welcomed many successful plays featuring actors such as Andrew Lancel, Andrew Schofield and Crissy Rock. With its grand interior the venue has become popular with touring comics, artists and bands.

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Nearest station: Liverpool Central

Liverpool Central is a short walk away from the Epstein Theatre, for Northern and Wirral line services.

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