Prepare for big music, big shows and big laughs at The Epstein Theatre this July where there’s a little bit of something for everyone!
For those Pink Floyd fans in your life, Saturday 2nd July, sees Darkside – The Pink Floyd Show lighting up the theatre with a spectacular mix of music, projected images and a stunning lighting show. Darkside will take the audience on an eclectic musical down musical memory lane, bringing to life the massive back catalogue of one of Britain’s most enigmatic bands, that truly changed the face of progressive rock music forever.
This performance is part of Darkside’s eleventh U.K. tour and will showcase the hugely successful Pink Floyd album Dark Side of the Moon. The show will appeal to all Pink Floyd fans, featuring classics from the band’s 50-year portfolio performed with passion and incorporating a spectacular laser light show. Darkside’s vocalist Faye Brookes takes on the role of Clare Torry who performed Great Gig In The Sky on the original 1973 Pink Floyd album. Her unique enigmatic vocal with its extra-terrestrial soundscape will leave the audience enthralled.
If pop/rock chart hits of the 70s and 80s are more your thing then you will be singing in your seats, drumming on your knees and dancing in the aisles on Saturday 16th of July. There’ll be an incredible atmosphere in the air that night at Genesis Connected; a U.K. tribute show celebrating the best music of Genesis, Peter Gabriel, Phil Collins and Mike & the Mechanics combined.
The show has an eclectic mix of anthems from upbeat chart toppers that will get you singing and dancing in the aisles like You Can’t Hurry Love, Turn It On Again and Over My Shoulder, chart classics like Solsbury Hill, That’s All and Sledgehammer and spine-tingling power ballads like In The Air Tonight, Against All Odds and The Living Years.
As well as an incredibly versatile vocalist, frontman, Pete Bultitude is also a truly gifted drummer just like Phil Collins, So expect the show to include the iconic “double drums” element as featured on every Genesis and Phil Collins tour.
And if something truly mesmerising is more your thing… The U.K.’s first and only full-production, interactive comedy hypnosis show, Simon Warner’s Viva Hypnosis is giving YOU the chance to get up on The Epstein Stage and become the star of the show for one night only.
Ever seen hypnosis on the television and thought you’d like to give it a go yourself? Or maybe you have a friend or family member who you know would be perfect for it? Well now’s your chance…. Returning to The Epstein Theatre on Friday 22nd July after its spectacular debut last year, Viva Hypnosis is definitely no ‘ordinary’ hypnosis show.
You will be transported to the glitz and glamour of fabulous Las Vegas (without the 11 hour flight!) Where world-famous Hypnotist Simon Warner will take you to a world where anything is possible – all via hypnosis! Accompanied by his team of eye-catching dancers, known as the NTrancers, and fully loaded with top tunes, mesmerising visuals, dazzling lights, LED costumes and of course, over-flowing with hilarious comedy… It must be said that you’ll have never seen a hypnosis show quite like this!
Make sure you catch Viva Hypnosis this July before it sets off for a run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and then off to fabulous Las Vegas itself! It could turn out to be funniest Friday night out of your life!
Epstein Theatre General Manager Rebekah Pichilingi commented, “This July, we’ve got something spectacular for everyone! From hilarious hypnotic extravaganzas to rock music spectaculars and some of the best hits of the late 70s and 80s brought to life on stage for everyone to enjoy! We’ve filled July with shows that will have you truly mesmerised, singing and dancing in the aisles and laughing your socks off… It truly will be a July to remember here at The Epstein Theatre.”
To book tickets call 0844 888 4411, visit www.epsteinliverpool.co.uk or book in person at the theatre box office (open 2-6pm Mon-Thu, 12-6 Fri-Sat).
Darkside – The Pink Floyd Show
Saturday 2nd July
Saturday 16th July
Simon Warner’s Viva Hypnosis
Friday 22nd July