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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Now is the Winter of This Content!
Theatre At The Casa Winter Program
We’ve got a great diversity of shows coming up in our winter program to see you through the dark months! So take a moment to see what’s of interest to you…
This November we have an intriguing free show for you as we welcome Chella Quint to The Casa for her five-star taboo-breaking comedy, part educational, part celebration A Bloody Good Show: Adventures in Menstruating. Then at the tail-end of November we have another comedy night as we welcome back Steve Vertigo to his second home at The Casa, hot off the London comedy circuit with his new show, As Far As I Can See, expect to go very ‘left field’ with a large dose of the surreal! Following on from that and to to get you into the Christmas spirit, come December we’ve two great shows. There’s a ghost story based on an Oscar Wilde short story The Canterville Ghost followed by a great night of top Christmas opera arias and hymns sang by professional opera singers Flat Pack Music Sounds of Christmas (and if you fancy trying out your singing voice check out their taster workshop open to all!).
Once you’re done with all the turkey, all the trimmings and have got over your hangover we head into the New Year with five more amazing shows starting with three tales with a twist all centred round one park bench The Bench. We then welcome Breakthrough Theatre with a one-woman show which promises to get behind the mask of the iconic figure of Marilyn Monroe Marilyn. Next up is Liverpool’s premier LGBTQ+ theatre company Grin Theatre with their adaptation of Christopher Marlowe’s powerful play centred around royal politicking and forbidden love Edward II and then we have not one, not two but four, five, six serial killers all confined to one office in one play in a dark, dark comedy Fred, Ted, Jack and Harold! Finally, as we head into February, what better way to prepare for the arrival of spring with The Casa’s very own resident theatre company, Burjesta Theatre’s, for adults only, adaptation of Punch and Judy, using actors not puppets and not for the fainthearted, this promises to be a fitting finale to our winter season.
To see all the shows coming up go to the What’s On page.