Students from Liverpool Theatre School are set to perform a new play, The Inside of Me, at The Casa this month (26 – 27 November). ‘The Inside of Me’ was created by Liverpool Theatre School’s third year acting students and playwright, Derek Martin.

The play, which is at times funny and at times moving, is centred around four disparate women living together in a squat. An unsentimental look at the joys and trials of being a young woman, the characters come to discover their true selves as they deal with each other and address issues from their past.

Maxine Ellis, Principal at Liverpool Theatre School, which has recently been rated ‘outstanding’ in all areas by Ofsted, said: “The play is set to keep audiences captivated as our third year students showcase their capabilities.

“This is a fantastic opportunity to catch some of our most talented students in action as they put into practice the skills they have been perfecting at Liverpool Theatre School. I would encourage anyone who enjoys theatre to come along to see this thoroughly engaging play.”

Liverpool Theatre School, located on Sefton Street (near the Baltic Triangle), is a centre of excellence for performing arts, which provides full-time training in both professional musical theatre and professional acting, accredited by Trinity College London. The stage school also provides BTEC training in performing arts, dance and musical theatre, as well as evening and weekend classes for young performers between four and 16.

Alumni include some of the region’s top theatre stars with graduates going on to appear in hit shows such as Wicked, Les Miserables, High Fidelity, Starlight Express, Book of Mormon and Blood Brothers.

Tickets for ‘The Inside of Me’ cost £10 and are available at Liverpool Theatre School: or 0151 728 7800.