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Empire Theatre   Liverpool

 

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Empire Theatre
Lime St  Liverpool  L1 1JE   Tel.  0870 6063536
 

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Located close to the main train station and opposite the impressive St George's Hall this is one of the city's oldest theatres.
A mixed variety of shows include musicals touring ballet companies and major productions such as Blood Brothers and West Side Story. It's also the main venue for international and mainstream rock and pop acts.
The plush interior is well-maintained and a licensed bar is available on the premises. Booking can be made in person by phone online or by post.  For further details please contact  Empire Theatre  direct   0870 6063536

 

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Wine Bars Near by

The Green Fish
Cafe Tabac
Maggie Mays Cafe
 

 Restaurants Near by

The Bar & Grill
Burger King
Algarve Portugese Restaurant
 

 

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eileenrobertsSep 27, 2006

THE SOUND AT YOUR THEATRE NEEDS TO BE HIGHER, IN CHITTY CHITTY BANGBANG THE CHILDREN AND 2 COMICS WERE VERY HARD TO HEAR

CMJan 02, 2005

Loudspeaker system was much too loud and ruined a performance which also concentrated far too much on violence

TonieNov 24, 2004

Willy Russell’s hit musical Blood Brothers will have eternal acclaim due to its story of twins separated at birth and the terrible consequences of deceit.The mixture of tragedy and comedy is what makes this show special and the realistic lifestyles of the Liverpool people the poorest and the well-off is touching to the heart.

BelindaDavenportJan 18, 2004

The whole cast of Scrooge put on a fabulous performance last night but it was an honour to watch Tommy Steele. I was only a small child when I saw him in Half a Sixpence for the first time & that was only on the television. To watch him live was an experience that will stay with me forwever. Fantastic!

 


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