The Playhouse

The building the Playhouse is situated in was originally the Star Music Hall, it first became a theatre in 1911 when the Liverpool Repertory Company was formed. In its first 50 years the stage at the Playhouse has been graced by some of the biggest names in the business. Starts such as

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Echo Arena

The Echo Arena and Convention Centre is Liverpool's award-winning event venue. The arena was opened in January 2008, just in time for the Capital of Culture celebrations. It is located on the world famous Liverpool waterfront. It sits alongside the Grade I listed Albert Dock complex, and World Heritage Site on

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Liverpool Philharmonic Hall

The Grade II listed Liverpool Philharmonic Hall is a unique venue even by the standards of Liverpool. The venue promotes a wide range of contemporary rock, pop, folk, roots, jazz, blues concerts and music projects, in addition to festivals and comedy. The venue was built in the 1930s, the 1,790

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The Everyman

The Everyman theatre opened in 1964 in an area of Liverpool established as having a political environment, and now has a reputation for showcasing ground braking productions which tackle the most difficult of subjects. In 2000, the theatre joined forces with the Playhouse to become Liverpool & Merseyside Theatres Trust. Recently the Everyman went under

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Empire Theatre

One of Liverpool's most famous buildings, The Empire Theatre building stands on the corner of Lime Street and London Road, replacing the old Legs of Mann pub. The new building, attached to the theatre by a glass atrium, contains the box office, bar and three floors of multi-function space that

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