Show celebrating the music of Liverpool showbiz legend comes to the Epstein theatre

A show celebrating the musical memories of Liverpool’s first lady of entertainment, the one and only Cilla Black OBE, will be staged at The Epstein Theatre this summer.

The show has been touring the UK and will come to The Epstein Theatre on Hanover Street on Thursday, 2nd June. Celebrating Cilla recreates the sounds of the sixties and is fronted by the incorrigible Brenda Collins, a highly talented performer from County Durham who will pay tribute to Cilla, a national treasure and one of the UK’s best-loved performers of all time.

A veteran of the cruise and cabaret circuit, not only is Brenda an amazing Cilla lookalike, but she has a truly zany character and, like Cilla, has a personality which oozes fun and laughter and wins the hearts of everyone she meets. A superb comedy vocalist, Brenda’s show is punctuated with many Cilla favourites from Anyone Who Had a Heart to Step Inside Love.

Brenda will be accompanied by a trio of wonderfully multi-talented musicians plus Liverpool lad Tony Blaney, who will add an unmistakable Scouse flavour to the mix.

Spiced with humour, the show features memories of Cilla, Liverpool and Merseyside, and is guaranteed to put a smile on your face, giving you, in Cilla’s own words “a lorra lorra laughs.”

Theatre manager, Rebekah Pichilingi, said:

“Cilla Black was a national treasure who put the swing into the sixties. Brenda has an uncanny capability of recreating Cilla’s unforgettable voice and pays a fitting tribute to the Liverpool icon who shaped popular music and entertainment. We can’t wait to welcome her to The Epstein and are sure the audience will take her to their hearts, just as they did with Cilla.”

To book tickets call 0844 888 4411, visit or book in person at the theatre box office (open 2-6pm Mon-Thu, 12-6 Fri-Sat).

Venue Details

The Epstein Theatre

85 Hanover Street,


L1 3DZ

Performance Details 

Celebrating Cilla

Thurs, 2nd June 2016

Doors open 6.30pm

Show starts 7.30pm

Tickets:  Adults £22.50, Concessions £20

All prices include a 50p per ticket venue restoration levy.




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