In 1994, the American Theatre Company, the English Comedy Club and the Irish Theatre Group purchased a complex now known as The Warehouse at Rue Waelhem 69A, 1030 Schaerbeek. It now houses a club room, two rehearsal rooms, a workshop for set construction, a props room, a costume room and storage space for sets. The groups also bought the adjoining ceramics workshop, which was then transformed into a 65-seat studio theatre.
These three community theatre groups also form the Co-operative Association to Support Theatre (CAST), which meets every month to discuss management and maintenance issues. Since 1994, generous individual and corporate donations of over €250 000 have helped pay for the constant upkeep of the property.
Parking is very limited so you are advised to use public transport wherever possible or leave plenty of time for finding a parking space.
The theatre is on several public transport links to the following stops:
Verboekhoven (Bus 59; Tram 55, 56, 92): If your bus/tram is coming from the centre of Brussels, walk towards the front of the tram stop, and cross over to the outside of the roundabout and Rue Waelhem is the first road to your left.
If your bus/tram is travelling towards the centre of Brussels, walk to the back of the tram stop and across the inner part of the roundabout. Cross to the outside of the roundabout at the other tramstop. Rue Waelhem is the first road to your left. The theatre is about two-third of the way down the road, opposite Lidl.
Demolder (Tram 7): Take Rue Leopold Courouble to the end and turn left into Rue Waelhem. The theatre is about two-thirds of the way down the road, opposite Lidl.
You can find more information about the public transport links on the Brussels public transport web site.