At the point when Liverpool was named the European Capital of Culture in 2008, a portion of the selectors had reservations because of the condition of the city’s theater scene. There were various noteworthy, generally critical scenes in Liverpool. Theater wasn’t generally flourishing in every one of them, in any case.
That didn’t prevent the city from winning capital status, clearly. Nonetheless, Liverpool theater stays a diverse assortment today, as outlined by the status of three of its settings: The Empire, the Royal Court and the Neptune.