Liverpool Empire Theatre opened in 1925 and since then it has been the largest two-tier auditorium in England. The building is a part of the National Heritage List for England (listed as a Grade II). With a capacity of 2,350 people, this theatre hosts different kinds of events, including musicals, opera and wrestling. Plenty of world-class performers hosted their shows in Liverpool Empire Theatre. You definitely know The Beatles, who performed there as the beginning musicians.
Considering that this venue is located on the corner of Lime Street and London Road you can easily get there by car, train or bus.
By train and tube: Empire Theatre is right next to Lime Street Station, served by Wirral Line and National routes.
By bus: Lime Street is the nearest bus stop, served by 101, C2, C3, C5, 10, 10A and 10B lines.
By car: The venue is conveniently situated on Lime Street and is easily accessible by A5038 road.
International: Travellers arriving at Liverpool John Lennon Airport can use a cab (35 minutes ride) or a bus - lines 82 and 500 stop at the terminal exit every 15 minutes.
The Liverpool Empire Theatre doesn’t have its own parking facilities but the city offers many different car parks and in the vicinity. St John’s Shopping Centre is the biggest one, with plenty of yellow lines available.
Access for people with special needs
Liverpool Empire Theatre is perfectly equipped to accommodate all visitors, including people with disabilities. In the theatre, you will find: visual and audio resources; sixteen wheelchair spaces in the main auditorium; ramped entrance; automated doors and adapted toilets; lift access to all levels of the theatre. Assistance dogs are allowed, too. If you have any other requests, do not hesitate to contact the administration when booking a ticket.