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Steve Vertigo – As Far As I Can See

Comedy Night from Steve Vertigo back at his second home of The Casa, hot off the London comedy circuit.

“He’s on another one of his quests. This time it’s a quest to fight power, paranoia and persecution. Hunted by vigilantes, data-gatherers and AI, he must survive and succeed in his experiments to find a way for everyday folk to achieve immortality. Then find love. Then go for a pint.”

Details:

BUY TICKETSFriday 30th November 2018
The Casa, 29 Hope Street, L1 9BQ
Show starts at 8pm

Tickets: £8
To book tickets click on the following link – Ticket Source

A Bloody Good Show! Adventures in Menstruating

Chella Quint present A Bloody Good Show! Adventures in Menstruating at the Casa on Friday 16th November

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. This delightfully high-energy interactive performance is followed by a panel discussion with the event organisers, menstrual activists, academic researchers, and representatives from The Homeless Period Liverpool and #periodpositive.

Details:

BOOK TICKETSFriday 16th November 2018
The Casa, 29 Hope Street, L1 9BQ
Show starts at 7pm

Tickets: Free but must book online at following link – https://www.eventbrite.co.uk

The Bench

David Armstrong Productions present The Bench at the Casa on Saturday 19th January 2019

Following two sell out London shows, we bring to Liverpool…

THE BENCH

One bench, three 30 minute plays:

HEAVEN SENT:
A young girl on the edge of despair meets a mysterious stranger. Was it by chance, or was he Heaven Sent?

FRIENDSHIP FOREVER:
Two childhood friends are reunited after 45 years. An endearing story of love, loyalty and a very special friendship.

LOVE:
‘Love is for eternity’

Details:

BUY TICKETSSaturday 19th January 2019
The Casa, 29 Hope Street, L1 9BQ
Show starts at 7.30pm

Tickets: £10 / £8 concessions
To book tickets click on the following link – Ticket Source

Punch & Judy Versus The Devil

Burjesta Theatre present Punch and Judy at the Casa on 7th, 9th and 11th February 2019

A battle for the heart and soul of civilisation….
A fight for the future of mankind…
And a dog and a crocodile struggling over a string of sausages!!

A modern adaptation of the traditional Punch and Judy story…

Featuring: Punch ~ Judy ~ Baby Albert ~ Toby the Dog ~ Joey the Clown ~ Pretty Polly – Scaramouche ~ Crocodile ~ Jack Ketch the Hangman…

And introducing the 12-legged, 6 bodied Devil…

Details:

BUY TICKETSThursday 7th, Saturday 9th and Monday 11th February 2019
The Casa, 29 Hope Street, L1 9BQ
Shows starts at 7.30pm

Using LIVE actors # This is NOT a puppet show
Strictly Adults Only – 18A – No children please

Tickets: £8
To book tickets click on the following link – Ticket Source

Whittingham 1918

Whittingham Lives Association present Whittingham 1918 at the Casa on Tuesday 30th October, written by Eric Northey and directed by Terence Mann.

Whittingham Asylum, 1918: ‘Who is ‘mad’ and who is ‘sane’ when war comes to call’?

Whittingham 1918, the story of the Whittingham Asylum, near Preston, which received over 1000 shell-shocked soldiers returning from World War I, as well conscientious objectors and those already resident there, deemed ‘insane’ and how it was left to women of the area to deal with a hospital system at breaking point with men now dying not from gunfire but disease….

Details:

BOOK TICKETSTuesday 30th October
The Casa, Hope Street, Liverpool
Show starts at 7.30pm
Adult themes: 16+

* This show is now sold out however, based on previous free events, we expect anywhere between 10 to 20 people will not claim their seats. If you’re interested in seeing the show, please turn up at The Casa between 7 and 7.30pm on the night and we will release any unclaimed seats at 7.30pm on a first come first served basis.

Tickets are free but you must reserve tickets, to do this please click on the following link – Ticket Source

Edward II

Grin Theatre present Edward II by Christopher Marlowe and adapted by Will Cooper

“Edward, unfold thy paws, and let their lives’ blood slake thy fury’s hunger.”

Edward II is a classic tale of political and sexual revenge and is widely regarded as one of the first English plays that embraced and explored gay themes. For its time, it was a brave, bold and powerful piece of theatre and it still has the power to entrance and hold the audience in its wickedly passionate and dark humoured embrace. Adapted for the modern stage by local writer and creative producer of Grin Theatre, Will Cooper, the play retains its original text and gives new insights in the familiar characters. Trust your friends, trust your enemies even more !!

Original, evocative and true to the spirit of Marlowe’s masterpiece and here at Grin Theatre we are excited to bring this classic to the stage where it truly belongs using Grin’s unique and passionate voice. A true feast for lovers of early English theatre!

Details:

BUY TICKETSTuesday 29th and Wednesday 30th January 2019
The Casa, 29 Hope Street, L1 9BQ
Shows starts at 7.30pm

Tickets: £8
To book tickets click on the following link – Ticket Source

The Canterville Ghost

Magpie Theatre Company present The Canterville Ghost on Monday 3rd and Tuesday 4th of December

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 ghost dates back to the 1500s, knew Shakespeare personally and was even a favourite of Elizabeth I, but after murdering his wife he was doomed to wander the earth for all of eternity. When the American family move into Canterville Manor, Sir Simon embarks on an ill fated attempt to haunt them, but finds their modern sensibilities immune to his tried and tested methods of terror. The Canterville Ghost is part slapstick comedy, part historical/modernity clash and part poignant redemption story – it’s suitable for all the family.

Details:

BUY TICKETSMonday 3rd and Tuesday 4th of December
The Casa, 29 Hope Street, L1 9BQ
Shows starts at 7pm

Tickets: £10 full price, £8 student concessions
To book tickets click on the following link – Ticket Source

Sounds of Christmas

Flat Pack Music present Sounds of Christmas on Wednesday 12th December

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.

Please note that Flat Pack Music will also be running an ‘Opera Singing Workshop’ on Wednesday 5th December, 7pm also at The Casa which will give participants a taste and introduction to opera singing. The workshop is open to all from total beginners to those with some experience. It costs £3. There is no need to book, just turn up on the evening and pay on the night.

For more information – flatpackmusicinfo@gmail.com

Details:

BUY TICKETSWednesday 12th December
The Casa, 29 Hope Street, L1 9BQ
Shows starts at 7pm

Tickets: £10
To book tickets click on the following link – Ticket Source

Cammell Lairds 37 – The Truth

Mike Howl presents Cammell Lairds 37 – The Truth on Tuesday 25th September

The true and largely unknown story of how Cammell Lairds ship-workers defied the Thatcher government in 1984.

Details:

Tuesday 25th September
The Casa, 29 Hope Street, L1 9BQ
Shows starts at 7.30pm

Tickets are Free but you need to book by contacting the  following email – neil.smith@gmb.org.uk

Fred, Ted, Jack & Harold

Madam Renards present Fred, Ted, Jack & Harold on Thursday 31st January 2019

Eternity working in an office…it’s the nightmare that every desk jockey find themselves in…watching their precious lives slip by in a haze of emails, conference calls and soul crushing boredom.

Fred, Ted, Jack & Harold are four such people…or at least they think so.

What if eternity was meant literally? What if your soul deserved to be crushed? What if you happened to be the worst of the worst, and every tedious hour spent battling the photocopier was actually payback for the most heinous crimes imaginable?

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.

Details:

BUY TICKETSThursday 31st January 2019
The Casa, 29 Hope Street, L1 9BQ
Shows starts at 7.30pm

Strong language & disturbing content
Age restriction: 16+

Tickets: £10 / £8 concessions
To book tickets click on the following link – Ticket Source