Southport Theatre

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Southport Theatre
Southport Theatre ,
PR9 0DZ Southport
Solid Gold Rock 'n' Roll Show

Southport Theatre
31/10/17 / 19:30

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Tickets from £33.70
John Mayall

Southport Theatre
01/11/17 / 19:30

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Midge Ure With Band Electronica, The Christians And Altered Images

Southport Theatre
04/11/17 / 19:30

Three amazing 80s acts in one gig

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Daniel O'Donnell

Southport Theatre
09/12/17 / 19:30

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Joe Brown

Southport Theatre
02/02/18 / 19:30

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Southport Theatre
4 (2 Reviews)
Acoustics & sight lines
On-site service

Selected reviews for this venue:

Arthur Rigby, 01/12/14
Marty Wilde's Rock N Roll Party (01/12/14) - Took us back in time x
This show was fantastic, it was packed with golden oldies and genuine stars from the fifties/sixties, the audience was of mixed ages, everyone had a great time clapping and singing along to the different artists, Marty,s voice was as we remembered,as was Eden Kane, John Leyton was a big star and very entertaining , as were the Wild Cats, and I loved Nancy Ann Lee. This show comes very well recommended to anyone who has not seen it.
GreenInk, 17/11/14
It was OK, fine for the small venue in the seaside resort that it is. I would not hesitate to visit it again, but for something more suitable to this location.
(17/11/14) -
Address: Southport Theatre
Southport Theatre , PR9 0DZ Southport
Public transport
By rail:

A frequent rail service runs from Southport to Liverpool Central Station.

From the station, you can either walk the short distance to the Promenade or take a taxi from outside the station.

There are rail connections to Southport from most parts of the country via the Wigan and Manchester stations.

Northern Rail:

Operate regular services to Southport from Manchester Airport. Manchester (Piccadilly, Oxford Road and Victoria stations) & Bolton and Wigan.

Connecting services to & from the North East and Yorkshire are available at Manchester Piccadilly and from the North, Scotland and the South at Wigan.


Run fast and frequent services between Liverpool South Parkway (for Liverpool John Lennon Airport), Liverpool City Centre and Southport.

Useful Numbers:

Merseytravel Information (Local rail lines): 0151 236 7676.

National Rail Enquiries: 0845 7484950.

By bus:

Call Travel Line on: 0870 608 2608

By coach:

With a network of travel centres across Merseyside, Merseytravel operate a number of bus services to and from Southport.

National Express coaches serve Southport from all major UK towns and cities making the town easily accessibly by coach.

By air:

With 3 airports less than an hour away, Southport is easily accessible by air:

Liverpool John Lennon Airport is one of the UK’s longest established operational airports, and is located 7 miles from Liverpool City Centre with major operators including KLM, Ryanair, Easyjet and Wizz Air.

Liverpool John Lennon Airport is fully integrated into the North West’s Public transport system and located just ten minutes from the major motorway network making it easily accessible.

Blackpool International Airport offers passengers a congestion-free alternative for air travel in and out of the Northwest. It is conveniently located at the end of the M55 which links up with the M6 and has public transport links nearby.

Manchester International Airport is one of the UK’s most accessible international gateways operating to more than 200 destinations. You can connect to the airport via a number of options including train, coach and road links.

By road
By road:

From the South:

Join the M6 and continue north until Junction 26.

Leave at J26 and go straight ahead onto the M58 heading towards Southport/Skelmersdale.

Exit the M58 at J3 signposted for Ormskirk.

From here follow signs for Southport (You will be travelling along the A570), after approx 10 miles you will enter Southport.

Continue to follow signs for the Promenade/Town Centre.

The venue is situated on the main promenade next to the Ramada Plaza Hotel and to the right of Funland at the pier (as you look at it).

The entrance to the car park is at the far end of the building.

From the North:

Join the M6 and continue North until Junction 31.

Leave at J31 and follow signs for the A59 towards Southport.

After approx 8.5 miles you will lead straight onto the A565 which will lead you into Southport.

The venue is situated on the main promenade next to the Ramada Plaza Hotel and to the right of Funland at the pier (as you look at it).

The entrance to the car park is at the right hand side of the building.


There are seven wheelchair spaces available in the Front Stalls in our West Area, this has external access at the West Entrance and allows level access to the auditorium and the foyer. There is currently no lift access to other levels of the theatre.

Front Stalls 0-F Rows are on a slight gradient and are therefore accessible to customers with limited mobility, including wheelchair users. There is level access from the Foyer, into the auditorium at left-hand side of the stalls along the West corridor. Members of staff are positioned at the foyer lift, and the West Entrance to offer further assistance if required.

The building features wide corridors and doors, and additional toilet facilities for disabled people.

The main doors provide level access to the Box Office, and incorporate a lift for access to the Foyer and facilities including Foyer Bar, Kiosk and Merchandise Stand (not applicable for all shows) Our front doors to the main entrance are automatic.

There are four parking spaces for Blue Badge Holders directly opposite the West Entrance doors of the Theatre. Other disabled parking spaces can be found on the street in front of our main entrance and in the Council run car parks to the side and rear of the venue (3 hour limit on non-specific bays ion these areas). Please display your orange / blue badge clearly in your vehicle.

Southport Theatre & Convention Centre is equipped with an Sennheiser infrared sound amplification system. To access the infrared system please request receiving equipment from the Kiosk, this is situated in the Main Foyer. There are two types of devices available:

Induction Loop Necklace

Suitable for persons wearing a hearing aid, the induction loop necklace is worn around the neck. Whilst wearing the necklace, switch your hearing aid to the “T” setting and the sound is amplified. The necklace has an adjustable volume control.


This device amplifies sound through ear-pieces similar to regular headphones and is suitable for persons without a hearing aid.

You will be asked for a £5 deposit on collection. This will be fully refunded on return of equipment at the end of the performance. Typetalk

This is the national telephone relay service which enables deaf, hard of hearing and speech impaired people to communicate with hearing people over the telephone network. This service operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, all the year round and is run by the Royal National Institute for the Deaf and British Telecom. It is a free service and simply costs the price that the call would cost to our Box Office.

To use this service, prefix our Access booking number 01704 500036 with 18001 if you are a textphone user. You will then be connected as usual but with a third party who is able to text back to you and/or speak to a member of the Box Office team on your behalf.


Further information, including information on steps to specific seating areas, is available from ATG Ticket Centre on 0844 871 3021.

If you would like to speak to someone about access performances at Southport Theatre, please call 01704 500036.

Our pantomime is British Sign Language Interpreted every year. A signer will be sited at the side of the stage. Advice on the position of the signer can be provided by the Box Office as can the specific performance dates.

Guide dogs, hearing dogs and all working dogs are welcome at Southport Theatre and they can stay with you while you are in the Theatre. If you wish to bring your guide or hearing dog to the Theatre, please advise the Box Office when booking your tickets and a seat next to the aisle will be reserved for you. Alternatively a member of staff will care for your dog during the performance. We can also provide drinking water for your dog.

There are patron toilet facilities on the ground level areas. There are fully accessible, male and female facilities on the ground floor and fully accessible facilities for both men and women on the third floor (by door 10). Backstage there are accessible facilities on all levels. There is an emergency call-point in all accessible facilities, should you need to call for a member of staff.

Baby changing facilities are located in fully accessible toilets in the Foyer, Waterfront and Promenade Bar areas.