Prepare to be transported across 40 years of Bowie as Ed Blaney brings his David Bowie tribute band Ultimate Bowie to The Epstein Theatre on Saturday 20th May.
Ultimate Bowie delivers a stunning two-hour show of Bowie classics. From Space Oddity to Let’s Dance and David’s latest massive hit Blackstar. Blaney recreates Bowie’s chameleon-like persona with costume changes and amazing vocal likeness. Witness the pure theatre that is Bowie.
Ultimate Bowie delivers a stunning two-hour show of Bowie classics. From Space Oddity to Lets Dance and David’s latest massive hit Blackstar. Blaney recreates Bowie’s chameleon-like personae with costume changes and amazing vocal likeness. Witness the pure theatre that is Bowie.
British Comedy Award winners and B.A.F.T.A. nominees Cardinal Burns have announced their first-ever national tour, a 30-date run starting at the Soho Theatre on 8 September 2014 and calling at Liverpool’s Epstein Theatre on Thursday 2nd October.
From Rachel and Yumi to Banksy, Turkish Cabbies and the Office Flirts, join Cardinal Burns for their mix of obscure, hilarious and dark characters, hot on the heels of the brand new series of their B.A.F.T.A. nominated television show.
LHK Productions returns in 2014 with their amazing celebration of Merseyside talent, One Night Only. After successful shows at the Liverpool Empire in 2010 and Southport Theatre & Warrington Parr Halls in 2011 the show will be making its way, due to popular demand, to the Epstein Theatre and The Atkinson this autumn.
One Night Only is a feel good variety performance with some of your favourite Merseyside personalities as the stars of the show. This must see production includes show-stopping numbers from the world of musical theatre which has All That Jazz and enough Razzle Dazzle to leave you wanting more than one night only.
As the people of Merseyside welcome in 2014, it is also time to welcome the exciting new schedule from The EpsteinTheatre, as they reveal their Spring Season line up. After celebrating the theatre’s landmark 100th anniversary in 2013, this year continues to deliver an exciting and diverse range of shows, keeping up the high standards in entertainment that the venue has come to be known for.
There are times when a production can simply not be bettered, it has the most fantastic response to it and lingers on well in the memory as one of the absolute highlights of the theatre year. That production is The Last Five Years, it was considered by all who saw it at the Actor’s Studio, a rip roaring accomplished piece of art from start to finish. That is where the two productions stop being comparable, as Stephen Fletcher, one of the finest young actors in Liverpool and the exceptional Helen Carter bought Jason Robert Brown’s play back to the stage for the second time and in one fell swoop made it a gleaming example of artistic beauty, of tremendous fortitude and belief and overall simple elegance.
Donna Lesley Price and Richie Grice are out of breath after travelling for an interminable age from across the Wirral, through the congested and rammed tunnel system that goes underneath the Mersey and finally racing across town to get to The Unity. The last thing I want to do is make them talk about their play, If the Shoe Fits, as they have already been working hard doing interviews all day.
A unique musical collaboration between former Oasis guitarist Bonehead and the Manchester based singer songwriter, poet and alt-pop troubadour Vinny Peculiar will wow audiences at Liverpool’sEpstein Theatreon the 9th ofFebruary. Described as psychedelic, pop-rock with eccentric British storytelling Parlour Flames promise distinctive styling, superb musicianship and a one of a kind experience.
Mike Davis and Rob Crouch are bringing an idol of the silver screen back to life, on stage, at Liverpool’s Epstein Theatre on 6th February for one night only. The play, Oliver Reed: Wild Thing, which is directed by Kate Bannister, is a blistering one man show which invites audiences to join Oliver Reed (Rob Crouch), the original Hollywood hell raiser during the twilight year of his life.
With his recent performance as part of Liverpool’s Homotopia cited as one of the festival highlights, The Hope Street Agency & CAA bring back Patrick Wolf, one of the music industry’s leading troubadours,back to Liverpool as part of his 10th Anniversary Worldwide Acoustic Tour.
In a tour which sees him perform in some of the world’s most beautiful and iconic venues including the Epstein Theatre, Liverpool on Thursday 7th February and will see Patrick delve into his extensive back catalogue spanning 6 albums and numerous LP’s delivering an evening of acoustic reworking of some of his most breath-taking and acclaimed work.
Liverpool’s Applet Music Productions are delighted to announce that Heart and Soul, a brand new musical set in the city, will make its premiere at the Epstein Theatre next March. Heart and Soul follows the rollercoaster journey of a young woman’s quest for success in the cut-throat music industry, whilst juggling love life and family drama.
This inspirational production is packed with original songs, spanning the genres from motown to rock, dance, ballads and even jazz, entirely written, orchestrated and played by the show’s producers, Liverpool duo Maria Cavanaghand Indra Nathaniel of Applet Music Productions