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
We’re delighted to welcome professional opera company Flat Pack Music to The Casa this April. For one night only a cast of six, accompanied by a pianist will be performing Mozart’s comic opera ‘Cosi Fan Tutte’, a tale of love, deception, intrigue and double identities…in English. With a mission statement to make opera accessible to all, Flat Pack Music perform classic operas in English making them understandable to all and at only £10 a ticket (standard prices for opera can be £50+) this is a great way to appreciate the wonderful world of Opera… More info
Aside from opera we’ve also got three great shows coming over the next few months. Fresh off the success of ‘More Scouse Saddam’ and ‘Lost Tribes of Everton’, Mike Howl bring ‘Cammell Lairds 37, The Truth’ to The Casa this March. It tells the story of 37 workers at Cammell Lairds Shipbuilders who in 1984 took industrial strike action and felt the full might of the state unleashed by Margaret Thatcher and their fight for justice.
In April, Crazy Horse Productions bring us ‘Brexitus’, a comedy set in Britannia AD 300 with some alarming parallels for the current Brexit debacle – what have the Romans/Europeans ever done for us, indeed?!!
As we head into the summer we’d like to welcome Skint Productions. This Manchester-based company are on their way to Off Broadway, New York, no less and we’ll be the first to see their LGBTQ comedy ‘Once a Year on Blackpool Sands’, which looks at the quest for sexual identity and acceptance during a working class holiday weekend at Britain’s most famous seaside resort in the 1950s with a communist stripper, a defiant transvestite and six characters battling to express themselves it promises to be an entertaining and laughter packed evening!
You can find all times, dates and booking info for show below by going to our Calendar page