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Epstein Theatre - formerly the Neptune Theatre   Liverpool

 

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Epstein Theatre - formerly the Neptune Theatre
Hanover Street  Liverpool  L1 3DY   Tel.  0844 888 4411
 

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Set in a Grade II listed building the theatre is just a two-minute walk from Central Station.
Originally built in 1913 by the Crane Brothers former owners of the largest music shop in the North the spectacular Edwardian interior is a classic example of theatre design.
Hosting the well-known Neptune Comedy Club comedians who have performed here include Eddie Izzard Steve Coogan Julian Clary and Rory Bremner. The annual pantomime performance is always very popular.
NOTE : Now re opened after refurbishment.   For further details please contact  Epstein Theatre - formerly the Neptune Theatre  direct   0844 888 4411

Since 1913 the Hanover Street venue formally known as Cranes Music Hall, Cranes Theatre and the Neptune Theatre, has provided live entertainment to the city for 100 years. An eclectic mix of live music, variety, amateur dramatics and the premiere of a brand new musical, the Epstein is set to continue its time honoured tradition as The People’s Theatre.
 

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Jonathan TaylorJan 11, 2008

Liverpool holds the title of Capital of Culture 2008. How can the City Council allowed this beautiful theatre to remain closed? Apparently the increased rent of £30,000 per year being requested by the landlord is too much to pay. This theatre was full all year round, being used by professional artistes and companys and amateur groups before it was closed in 2005 to be refurbished. The works have apparently yet to begin! Hurry up please

JaneHornerJan 26, 2005

Crosby Gilbert and Sullivan society provided entertainment par excellence in their production of Pirates of penzance Last week. I was invited to buy a ticket to see a friend of mine who was part of the chorus. I expected a well run production but the whole package was very professional well staged and extremely enjoyable.

D.ScanlonJan 05, 2002

Jack and the beanstalk. Very enjoyable for all the family! Everything you would expect from a panto.Lots of chances for the kids to boo and hiss the baddies and cheer the goodies. Acting singing and dancing were excellent and you could tell everyone on the stage were enjoying it as much as the audience were. I highly recommend this to anyone wanted to see a great family panto this year!

 


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