‘A career defining performance…Rikki Beadle-Blair’s direction; brilliant… this stand-out piece of theatre will become part of LGBT cultural heritage.’ – Attitude
Liverpool’s Epstein Theatre is seeing in the new year with an action-packed month of theatre entertainment, live music, tributes and classic comedy
“I am thrilled to be bringing these two very special shows to The Epstein Theatre. I have selected the best of the shows that I travel the world with to perform to audiences in Liverpool. A city so rich in arts and culture, which I am very proud to call home.”
“a voice so wondrous and moving that it makes everyone else’s seem ordinary and mundane” The Guardian
It is another busy month ahead at The Epstein Theatre with a stellar programme packed with music, family fun, and laughter on offer this May.
‘Hidden Voice’ brings music and dementia into the concert hall by capturing the individual stories of people living with dementia and using the melodies and rhythms in their speech to create a beautiful and emotional musical experience.
“Following my commercial digital indie radio quest to rid the UK of shame, I have decided to climb the rope out of John’s Shame Well to travel the country with stories of “Hot Shame”. Conveniently I already had a 44-date pub crawl in the diary, and my agents suggested I combine it with shows at regional arts centres and theatres.”