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The Mersey Beatles did as usual a first class show so top marks to them . The Epstein Theatre is a lovely little venue but is not really managed very well . There are loads of leaflet about advertising future shows and it would be...More
The Epstein Theatre was renamed after Brian Epstein, who managed the Beatles. It is owned by the City Council but operated independently. In December last year, it went into administration, but the doors remain open and they are restructuring the finances to ensure a more...More
What can I say, brilliant night watching brilliant actors. Loved the show, it was funny, sad, thought provoking and true to life. The characters were believable and i’ve met a few of them in my time. The audience including myself and my adult daughters laughed...More
Purchased tickets to see Ray Quinn at the Epstein in Jack and the Beanstalk. First the bad. What a disappointment Ray Quinn was no where to be seen obviously had more important engagement than entertaining children in his home town. We were left with one...More
There are many steps to reach the entrance foyer, there is a lift but it looks rather industrial. Staff were pleasant and helpful. The whole venue seemed a bit run down and tired to be honest. The seats were not raised properly so it was...More
Lovely little old fashioned theatre in Hanover st.
The theatre only has a few hundred seats and has some really nice period features.
One negative... the bar looks a bit drab an the purple walls don’t look good. This area is in need of a...More
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Probably the front rows of the blocks. The seating is quite old and as far as I could make out the same throughout. The day I went there was no seat allocation (which I had not clocked when I bought the ticket), so people... More
Probably the front rows of the blocks. The seating is quite old and as far as I could make out the same throughout. The day I went there was no seat allocation (which I had not clocked when I bought the ticket), so people took positions outside the doors and stormed in when they opened.