Welcome to Liverpool’s newest fringe theatre in the heart of Liverpool’s theatre district on Hope Street, just a stone’s throw from the Everyman in one direction and the Philharmonic Hall in the other. We have in-house theatre sound and lighting, a two-level stage area and capacity for 100 people in the venue space. There is a bar area selling very reasonably priced drinks. The venue space is available for hire throughout the week and weekend and is very affordable. It is suitable for theatre, dance, comedy, poetry, talking events or acoustic music sets. There are various packages available with the hire depending on when and what you want with additional media support if you want us to cover that. If you’re interested to know more in the first instance contact our Event’s Manager, Mikyla Durkan on 07590458297 or send an email to email@example.com
Up Coming Shows
Presented by Skitzoid Productions
Friday 26th October, 2018 at 7.30pm
18 + – Adult themes
GAME OVER is a comedy musical about two men who take their own lives on the same night and compete in a game-show for the right to stay dead – It’s X-Factor meets judgement day in this unique, site-specific experience.
At the start of the play we see them arrive at ‘Limbo’, a dark place populated by lost souls (the audience) and ‘Death’. Death explains that due to a clerical error, only one of them will be allowed to die – and that the other will have to go back to ‘their living hell on Earth’.
To decide who dies, both characters are forced to play a series of game-show style rounds to see who had the more miserable existence, thereby showing themselves worthy of the Grim Reaper’s scythe. As the play unfolds, game-show devices are used to uncover the truth about each character’s back-story and ask them to explore the reasons for their current predicament.
The play explores some issues around suicide and depression in a way that is entertaining and original, humorous and anarchic.
Tuesday 30th October at 7.30pm
Tickets are FREE but must be reserved
Whittingham Asylum, 1918: ‘Who is ‘mad’ and who is ‘sane’ when war comes to call’?
Whittingham 1918 is the story of the Whittingham Asylum, near Preston, which received over 1000 shell-shocked soldiers returning from World War I.
Satan and Mrs Smith
Thursday 1st November at 8pm
Mrs Smith has been a good woman all her life. On the day she meets her maker, it all goes a bit wrong. It’s OK, she can handle anything but Satan can’t wait for her to get out of Hell and take her nice ways with her – before the other occupants start getting used to them.
A Bloody Good Show! Adventures in Menstruating
Friday 16th November at 7pm
Tickets are FREE
Chella Quint’s bloody funny, five-star taboo-breaking comedy ‘Adventures in Menstruating’ combines humour, science and craftivism to promote shame-free period talk for audiences of all genders.
The Canterville Ghost
Presented by Magpie Theatre Company
Monday 3rd and Tuesday 4th of December at 7pm
One of Oscar Wilde’s most loved stories adapted for stage, The Canterville Ghost tells the story of a modern American family moving to an old English aristocratic mansion, which is haunted by the tortured spirit of Sir Simon de Canterville. The Canterville Ghost is part slapstick comedy, part historical/modernity clash and part poignant redemption story – it’s suitable for all the family.
Sounds of Christmas
Wednesday 12th December at 7pm
Professional opera company ‘Flat Pack Music’ are back at The Casa for a two-hour Christmas spectacular of opera and festive songs including ‘Nessum Dorma’, O Mio Babbino Caro, Holy Night and many more! Join us for the perfect way to get into the festive mood.
Saturday 19th January 2019
Following two sell out London shows, David Armstrong Productions bring to Liverpool… The Bench, one bench, three 30 minute plays; Heaven Sent, Friendship Forever and Love.
Presented by Breakthrough Theatre Company
Friday 25th and Saturday 26th January 2019
Marilyn Monroe. Did we really know who she was? Did she? This playful and poignant play is Marilyn’s story, told by her – alone in her dressing room. Not the girl in that white dress with the pouting red lips and the curvaceous figure but Marilyn stripped back and bare – just an ordinary girl telling her story.
Tuesday 29th and Wednesday 30th January 2019
Grin Theatre present Edward II by Christopher Marlowe and adapted by Will Cooper. A classic tale of political and sexual revenge and widely regarded as one of the first English plays that embraced and explored gay themes.
Fred, Ted, Jack & Harold
Presented by Madam Renards
Thursday 31st January 2019
Fred, Ted, Jack & Harold by internationally acclaimed playwright Matt Fox is the darkest of dark comedies, featuring a selection of infamous characters, in a familiar world turned on its head.
Punch and Judy
Presented by Burjesta Theatre
Thursday 7th, Saturday 9th and Monday 11th February 2019
Think you know the story of Punch and Judy? Well, think again! Come and join The Casa’s resident theatre company, Burjesta Theatre for their original adaption for adults were nothing is as it seems.
To see all the shows coming up go to the What’s On page.