Liverpool institutions such as Laughterhouse Comedy and the Martini Lounge have found new homes at the venue, and excitement is mounting as we wait to see who will be announced in the lead role of Epstein – The Man Who Made The Beatles (MADEUP is assured it will be a big name).The theatre bar has become Brian’s Bar, designed by Richard Eastwood.I’ve been writing about arts and culture in the region for more than a decade; I am a former arts editor of the Liverpool Daily Post, and former staffer on the Liverpool Echo among others.

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Liverpool Comedy Festival will take over the Epstein for four nights of Laughterhouse Comedy, while Everton fans can also enjoy An Evening With Neville Southall.

In October Dervish are set to perform live as part of Liverpool Irish Festival and the Martini Lounge burlesque night returns; plus Halloween brings an event with a difference with the Liverpool Philharmonic’s Ensemble 10/10 performing Frankenstein!! he highlight of the Epstein Theatre opening season is the world premiere of Epstein – The Man Who Made The Beatles.

The track was due to be released in the US but due to a dispute between record companies only made it as far as a promo release in America. Various other songs were added to formats around the world, including renditions of "Heaven Is a Place on Earth" and "Stop! French was her record label's biggest artist but due to them achieving limited success with their other acts they went into liquidation.

Her debut album, Secrets, charted in Japan, Brazil, Israel, Canada, Australia and the United States (selling 50,000 copies during its first week on sale and "Never in a Million Years" (which was released in Denmark and Sweden only). French was then signed by Logic Records UK (part of the Sony/BMG group), during which time she released "Te Amo" in various countries.A Ghana Football Association statement on Monday read: ”The Normalisation Committee of the Ghana Football has ordered a TEMPORARY RAN on Berekum Chelsea from using the Berekum Golden City Park as its home venue with immediate effect.The decision has become necessary due to the unfortunate incident that occurred during Match Day Eight between Berekum Chelsea and Asante Kotoko played on Sunday, 28th May 2019.The bar will be open from 2pm until 11pm every day, and will also have its own programme of events with exhibitions, live music and poetry evenings all in the planning.Brian’s Bar opens this Friday (September 7) at 2pm.We have also fully refurbished the bar area of Epstein Theatre which is now officially known as Brian’s Bar.