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A Lucky Thirteen November Shows Slated for The Epstein


A Lucky Thirteen November Shows Slated for The Epstein The Epstein Theatre is shaping up for yet another jam-packed month, with none other than thirteen fantastic shows rolling into town for a fun filled November.

Kicking things off is Liverpool favourite Joe Longthorne who returns to the theatre on November 3rd in a show that was originally due to take place at the end of May. He will appear with his sensational live band and a special guest artist. Book now to be sure you don't miss out on a fantastic night of Song, Chat and Laughter.

It looks set to be a nautical November and little ones will love The Night Pirates when they sail into Liverpool on November 4th - 5th. Adapted from the best-selling children's book by Peter Harris and Deborah Allwright, it tells the tale of a group of little girl pirates who descend on a young boy called Tom at bedtime. Eager to join the pirate adventure, Tom uses his house as a pirate ship and sets sail to retrieve stolen treasure from Captain Patch and the bumbling grown-up pirates.

A long running, well established and successful Performing & Production Arts Academy has arrived in Cheshire and Merseyside with Arrivato - Arrived on November 8th. A show packed with all kinds of Dance and Musical Theatre, performed by the UK's future celebrities. It all starts here! Commercial Dance, Classical Ballet, Contemporary, Spanish Dance Urban... A show packed with variety.

It's a hard knock life for LHK Youth Theatre which presents Annie the Musical from November 10th - 12th and the month continues in starry fashion with the arrival of none other than Peter Andre on November 14th. The Antipodean singer and TV star is inviting fans to join him for an 'evening with' at the theatre, with some lucky VIP ticket holders getting the chance to meet Peter and have their photographs taken.

Gok Wan - Naked and Baring All, on November 15th, sees the TV fashion guru revealing all about his life, from humble beginnings on a Leicester council estate, to becoming one of the country's most recognised faces.

There are also tributes to the late great Marc Bolan, 40 years after his death, with a visit from T.Rextasy on November 16th, the sold out event promises a truly a rock'n'roll concert for all ages - If you would like to know exactly what a Marc Bolan concert was like in the 1970s, this show is for you!

The next evening sees the music of Swedish superstars Abba is celebrated in Gimme Abba on November 17th. This spectacular show will wow an ever-growing audience of both young and old, bringing back memories of that golden ABBA era. This is not just another Abba tribute but a 'truly complete and exciting Abba experience'.

The Heath Perform and LIPA 4:19 present a special schools edition of the iconic musical Les Miserables on November 18th - 19th and 80s singer Hazel O'Connor brings her big vocals to Liverpool on November 21st, performing all the hits from her first three albums including Breaking Glass.

The award-winning Jason Byrne returns to The Epstein on November 23rd with his hilarious new show The Man With Three Brains. The fastest thinking comic around will not only trip himself up, but probably you too.

It may be cold outside but it will be hot, hot, hot in the auditorium when the hunky Dreamboys pay a visit to the theatre on November 24th. The UK's top male strip show is perfect for a girl's night out with all your friends.

And last but most definitely not least, Chiltern Youth Theatre Company returns to The Epstein Theatre with the magical favourite Beauty and the Beast from November 25th - 26th. Led by Artistic Director Sharon Byatt, this wonderful group of youngsters will once again set the stage alight with their special talents.

Theatre manager, Rebekah Pichilingi, said: "It's getting dark earlier but the lights are well and truly on at The Epstein Theatre this November as we welcome thirteen fantastic shows to our famous Liverpool theatre. As always, there really is something for everyone, so you've no excuse not to come on down and join in the fun!"

Joe Longthorne

Date: Friday November 3

Time: 7.30pm

Tickets: £23.50

The Night Pirates

Date: Saturday 4 - Sunday November 5

Time: 1.30pm (Saturday), 11am and 2pm (Sunday)

Tickets: £13.50. Family ticket £46.

Arrivato - Arrived

Date: Wednesday November 8

Time: 7.00pm

Tickets: Standard £7. Family £22.

Annie - The Musical

Date: Friday 10 - Sunday November 12

Time: 7pm (Friday), 1.30pm and 6pm (Saturday), 2pm (Sunday)

Tickets: £16.50. Concessions £14.50.

An Evening With Peter Andre

Date: Tuesday 14th November

Time: 8pm

Tickets: VIP gold tickets £100, VIP silver tickets £60, standard tickets £30

Gok Wan - Naked and Baring All

Date: Wednesday November 15

Time: 7.30pm

Tickets: £26


Date: Thursday November 16

Time: 8pm

Tickets: £20

Gimme Abba

Date: Friday November 17

Time: 1.30pm (Saturday), 11am and 2pm (Sunday)

Tickets: £19.50. Concessions £17.50.

The Heath Perform/Lipa 4:19 'Les Miserables'

Date: Saturday 18 - Sunday November 19

Time: 7pm (Saturday), 2pm and 7pm (Sunday)

Tickets: £15/£13.

Hazel O'Connor

Date: Tuesday November 21

Time: 7.30pm

Tickets: £26

Jason Byrne - The Man With Three Brains

Date: Thursday November 23

Time: 8pm

Tickets: £20.50

The Dreamboys

Date: Friday November 24

Time: 3pm and 7pm

Tickets: £23.50. VIP tickets £28.50

Beauty and the Beast

Date: Saturday 25 - Sunday 26 November

Time: 7:15pm

Tickets: £11

To book tickets call 0844 888 4411* or go online at * or in person at The Epstein Theatre Box Office from 2pm - 6pm Monday - Thursday and 12pm-6pm Friday - Saturday. *Subject to booking fee. All prices include a £1 per ticket venue restoration levy

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The Epstein Theatre (formerly known as The Neptune) was originally opened as Crane's Music Hall in 1911, and was a popular location for recitals and performances. It was renamed Crane Theatre in 1938. In 1967 the theatre was purchased from the Cranes by Liverpool Corporation, who decided that the theatre should be run by local people for local people and was named The Neptune Theatre. The Neptune also became a Comedy Club and after many years of uncertainty about the future of the theatre, it eventually closed in 2005. In July 2011, a £1million refurbishment of the theatre was completed which saw the Hanover Street venue brought up to 21st century standards and renamed 'The Epstein Theatre' in honour of former Beatles manager Brian Epstein, who guided the Fab Four from popular cellar act to global superstardom. The management contract was up for tender and was won by the well-established team behind Liverpool's annual Sound City Music Festival. The Theatre was officially opened on Wed 9th May 2012. Now an independent company Epstein Theatre Ltd, the venue has grown to become of the key venues for arts and live entertainment in the city with a strong programme of comedy, plays, live music and children's productions. The venue can also be hired out for private functions, weddings and conferences.

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