Opening in April 1905, Liverpool Olympia was designed as a purpose-built indoor circus and variety theatre by architect Frank Matcham. The venue enjoys a rich history within the performing arts, hosting a variety of theatre and music productions and even housing a cinema and a bingo hall over it’s 115 year life span. (And yes, the Beatles hit the stage several times in the 1960s!).
In 1990, the current owners purchased the building and brought it back to life after several years of closure, and it has been in the family ever since. It now holds a wide range of events including live music, sports and comedy, as well as providing the backdrop to some of your favourite TV shows, appearing in productions such as Peaky Blinders (BBC) and Tin Star (Sky Atlantic).