Epstein Theatre bosses confident for the future despite financial setback
The husband and wife duo behind Liverpool’s struggling Epstein Theatre say they are confident that the theatre has a promising future .
it emerged yesterday that the Hanover Street venue had fallen into administration.
Rebekah and David Pichilingi took over responsibility for managing the Epstein Theatre in 2012 after they were awarded an 18 year contract by Liverpool City Council.
However in recent years the theatre has been gradually slipping deeper into the red and a firm of insolvency practitioners was recently appointed to help turn things around.
FRP will continue to trade the theatre... read more
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