Top 5 Venues for Theatre Lovers
Straight from the West End and into Liverpool. With over 100 years of theatre history, it’s clear the city knows how to put on a show. Liverpool theatres have hosted productions of all types; whether you want to experience a west end musical or an intimate local play, the city’s theatres cater to all.
Royal Court Theatre
Situated on Roe Street, the Royal Court
provides a unique theatre experience for any Liverpool visitor. With dining in your seat before the show, drinks at your table and some of the very best Liverpool talent performing in home produced plays, a trip to the Royal Court will be an unforgettable evening.
Founded in 1962, the Everyman Theatre
stands at the north end of Hope Street in an area known for its bohemian atmosphere and cutting-edge creativity. Rebuilt in 2011, the theatre now boasts a state of the art portrait wall above the iconic red ‘everyman’ sign. In it, you will see 105 portraits of people from across Merseyside, forming a unique piece of public art in an exceptionally green and accessible building.
On Hanover Street, quite literally around the corner from us, sits the Epstein Theatre
. Renamed in an homage to Brian Epstein, manager of the Beatles, the theatre was built in 1913 and remains in its original location to this day. Known for its classic appearance, the theatre’s striking interior has led it to be used as a location for many film and TV Productions.
Situated on the corner of Lime Street and London Road is the Liverpool Empire
. With the largest two-tier auditorium in Great Britain, the theatre plays host to a number of popular name touring productions, musicals and concerts.
finds its home in a former synagogue on Hope Place
. The theatre holds a unique place in the cultural makeup of the city, providing an eclectic mix of drama, dance, comedy, family friendly entertainment music and art.