Burjesta Theatre are putting on a series of theatre workshops, every week looking at one dramatist and one of their great pieces of drama, each Wednesday at 7pm at The Casa.
Coming in April for one night only professional opera company Flat Pack Music bring Mozart’s comic opera ‘Cosi Fan Tutte’ to The Casa.
Lisa Worth describes the work of MAD, the Merseyside Academy of Drama based on Hope Street, since it was formed in 2009.
Finvola Dunphy previews Her Benny, a beloved musical which made its debut in Liverpool to packed-out theatres 25 years ago and will be opening at the Royal Court Theatre from 25th January.
Burjesta Theatre presents….Mother Goose Xmas Panto, the original and funniest panto of ’em all at The Casa from 9th December.
The momentous events of the Russian Revolution depicted on stage in a combination of drama, reportage and Greek-style chorus, on at The Casa from Friday 20th October.
Four stories from acclaimed Italian dramatists wife and husband team, at the Unity Theatre on 23rd September.
A ten week course, reading and exploring “The Island”, one of the most influential plays to come out of the anti-apartheid struggle in South Africa, starts 20th September at Blackburne House.
Burjesta Theatre are putting on workshops on panto starting this Wednesday 2nd August, leading up to their first ever panto, Jack and the Beanstalk at the Casa.
A 12-week drama course on the theme of Mental Health starts Monday 10th July, 7pm at The Casa, Hope Street, Liverpool.
Theatre At The Casa are part of the inaugural Liverpool Fringe Festival with ten productions from 17th to 23rd June.
Liverpool-based poet and writer’s new original writing piece, In the Millennial Dome, previews at Liverpool Fringe.
Burjesta Theatre will be auditioning for their Autumn production, ‘Revolution’, on Wednesday 26th July @ The Casa, Hope Street.
Mikyla Jane Durkan, of Potentially Brilliant Productions, describes the drama workshops they run on socially related topics, particularly in regard to the ‘Refugee’ play staged at the Casa.
Colin Serjent describes the ways theatre in the UK has portrayed asylum seekers, refugees and migrants.
Ed Blaney’s Ultimate Bowie show comes to the Epstein Theatre on May 20th with a two-hour show of Bowie classics.
Burjesta Theatre begin a new series of workshops on Wednesday 10th May at the Casa on Hope Street dedicated to ‘revolution’.
Coming to the The Casa on Monday 8th May is Gerry Potter’s ‘The Sons of Liverpool’, a theatre-verse exploration of birth, life and death.
Coming to the Casa on the 24th and 25th April is More Scouse Saddam, a play by Mike Howl based on the true story of four builders from Liverpool who were taken hostage by Saddam Hussein in Baghdad.
Potentially Brilliant Productions presents a one hour drama ‘Refugee’ which looks at the current predicaments of refugees caught up in complex international politics, militarism and exploitation.