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Epstein Theatre Opens Its Doors Today Until 11pm For The Public To Say Goodbye To The Beloved Venue

One Of Liverpool's Prestigious Cultural Assets, The Epstein Theatre, Is Opening Its Doors For Members Of The Public To Explore The Venue Before It Closes Due To Liverpool City Council Pulling The Cultural Funding For The Venue

The beloved Epstein Theatre on Hanover Street in Liverpool City Centre (Credit: The Liverpudlian).
The beloved Epstein Theatre on Hanover Street in Liverpool City Centre (Credit: The Liverpudlian).

In a statement, the theatre put on their website: 'On Monday 26, and Tuesday 27 September, we'll be opening our doors to the public to give everyone a chance to say goodbye to our beloved venue.'


They added: 'Explore, take pictures and share your memories of all the fantastic shows you've seen over the years on our iconic stage. Doors will be open from 11am to 11pm.'


You can book to see a selection of special performances, taking place from 7pm – 10:45pm on both days.


Alternatively, you can just turn up between 11am and 11pm to have the Theatre team show you around the prestigious venue.


Speaking to staff at the venue, they explained how it is a fully accessible venue and that all parts of the theatre will be available to be explore by members of the public.

The beloved Epstein Theatre on Hanover Street in Liverpool City Centre (Credit: The Liverpudlian).
The beloved Epstein Theatre on Hanover Street in Liverpool City Centre (Credit: The Liverpudlian).

The Epstein Theatre is a cultural asset of Liverpool. An elaborate yet intimate theatre named after the illustrious Liverpudlian Beatles Manager, Brian Epstein, and housed within the incredible Hanover House, designed by none other than the Liverpool City Region's very own Walter Aubrey Thomas — the architect of The Royal Liver Building.

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