Celebrate the music of legendary singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen this October in the powerful tribute show like no other, My Leonard Cohen, coming to The Epstein Theatre.
Witness the arresting and imaginative interpretation of Cohen’s works from Friday 13th – Sunday 15th October, brought to the stage by Stewart D’Arrietta, the creative mind behind Lennon: Through a Glass Onion.
D’Arrietta, with his raw vocal style, accompanied by a six-piece band of world-class musicians, delivers Cohen’s music as never heard before. Poetic anecdotes, punctuated with D’Arrietta’s trademark laconic humour, offer a narrative frame by which the audience can contemplate the life of one of the world’s most enigmatic songwriters.
Prepare to be blown Out of Your Mind as LHK Productions is delighted to announce the cast for their 2017 festive panto Peter Pan, coming to The Epstein Theatre this Christmas from Friday 8th December 2017 until Monday 1st January 2018.
90’s boyband star Dane Bowers will be starring as Peter Pan’s arch nemesis Captain Hook, 2016 Britain’s Got Talent contestant Lewis Pryor will be flying across the stage as the boy who never grew up, Peter Pan and Radio City’s Claire Simmo will be adding lots of glitz and sparkle as Tinkerbell.
Audiences of The Epstein Theatre simply won’t believe their eyes this September, with three incredible performances of unmissable magic including World Stars of Magic and Abracadabra taking place Friday 15th and Saturday 16th September.
World Stars of Magic is an exciting and fast-moving family show featuring some of the world’s greatest magicians, with two performances across the Friday and Saturday evening.
From the London Palladium to Hollywood’s Magic Castle and the Comedy Store to Channel 4’s Countdown, for over 30 years Paul Zenon, the U.K.’s top trickster has brought his unique combination of trickery and stand up to the stages and screens of around 40 countries worldwide.
Ribbon Productions are proud to present the premiere of their brand new musical Secrets which opens at The Epstein Theatre on Friday 12th May.
Written by Carol Maher, Georgina Feld and Patricia Maher with music and lyrics by Izzi Feld, the musical tells a story about love, loss, revenge and revelations where every character seems to have a secret to keep, a secret to hold, a secret to have or a secret to be told! But who’s keeping the biggest secret of them all and why?
Holly Oaks actress Nicole Barber-Lane is going back to her roots by starring in a new musical set in a Mersey Entertainments Agency, Secrets: The Musical. Nicole, who played Sally Bowles in Cabaret, is looking forward to working with her real life daughter Jemma Healey-Lane as it will be the first time mother and daughter have played together in the same production. Secrets: The Musical is on at the Epstein Theatre from 10th to the 13th May.
The Tiger Who Came to Tea is roaring back into Liverpool and it’s almost time to welcome that hungry tiger through our doors once more.
This month sees the return of the truly magical Olivier Award nominated West End production as it opens on Thursday 30th March at the Epstein Theatre, Liverpool for a three day run of five fantastic performances. Don’t miss out on this limited run of performances, book today to avoid disappointment.
Adapted and directed by David Wood O.B.E., Judith Kerr’s ever popular tale, The Tiger Who Came to Tea, is the ideal introduction to theatre for children aged three plus and the perfect treat for the whole family.
Celebrities, media moguls and movers and shakers in the city had a ball when LHK Productions whisked them to the launch of its dazzling, star-studded pantomime at The Epstein Theatre.
Producer Lee Kelly waved his magic wand and revealed his all-star cast who will perform in Cinderella this Christmas before treating them to a sneak preview of his spellbinding panto.
Returning to the Epstein Theatre for his fourth festive season, this year Lee’s line-up includes heartthrob Calum Best who makes his panto debut alongside much-loved Merseybeat legend, Beryl Marsden.
Liverpool comedy actor Lynn Fitzgerald is returning to Liverpool in one of her favourite one-woman roles. Bunty the Bouncer is back on the Epstein Theatre stage where it all began over 20 years ago, so you better watch yourself.
When it comes to history, the theatres in Liverpool are so entrenched, so immersed in the ‘pool of life, that when it comes to putting on a production that deals in part with the chronicle of the city, with the fabric of the people who have made the streets and buildings, the city, what it is today then that history somehow takes on a more meaningful and significant expression of artistic value.
The full cast has been announced for the new stage play of Helen Forrester’s Twopence To Cross The Mersey, which tours four Merseyside theatres in the Spring.
The play will visit Liverpool, Southport, St.Helens and New Brighton between 10th March and 23rd April.
The eight-strong cast – a number of whom will play dual roles in the production – features a number of well known and popular Liverpool actors.
The tour opens with a three-week run at the Epstein Theatre Liverpool (10th to 28th March), followed by visits to Southport Theatre (9th to 11th April) and St Helens Theatre Royal (14th to 16th April), and ends with a trip across the River Mersey to the Floral Pavilion in New Brighton (19th to 23rd April).