History

 Since 1913 the Hanover Street venue formally known as Cranes Music Hall, Cranes Theatre and The Neptune Theatre has provided a wide range of live entertainment for over 100 years.

This 380 capacity, grade II listed theatre started out infamous for its amateur dramatic groups and has now progressed to being renowned for its rich variety and diverse family programming.

After a well needed refurbishment in 2011 the theatre reopened its doors and is now a well loved venue in the heart of the City Centre.

Re-named in memory of Liverpool's most successful music entrepreneur and Beatles manager Brian Epstein, whose portrait hangs pertinently in Brians Bar. Brian was renowned for his contributions to the city's cultural and music scene, since reopening we have hosted shows ranging from Christmas Panto, The Martini Lounge Burlesque show, Comedy to Drama.

The Epstein Theatre has welcomed many successful plays featuring actors such as Andrew Lancel, Andrew Schofield and Crissy Rock. With its grand interior the venue has become popular with touring comics, artists and bands.