The Harquail Theatre is Cayman’s National Theatre. Well suited for both community and professional productions, the theatre is also equipped to host functions of various kinds.

Harquail Theatre

Harquail Theatre

The Harquail Theatre seats 300 and is equipped with a computerized light board, a 32 track sound board, an array of lighting instruments and microphones, projectors and an intercom system. A grand piano is also available. The stage is 31 x 29 feet with adequate wings and a fly system. A loading dock facilitates bringing in large sets and a small workshop is in the adjacent building.

Facilities include a green room, two large dressing rooms with showers, and a star dressing room. A spacious foyer allows for displays and other creative uses of the space. The theatre holds a liquor licence that allows anyone renting the theatre to sell alcohol from the bar.

The Harquail Theatre is available for :

  • Performances, for example: plays, musicals, dance recitals, cabarets, dinner theatre and poetry readings and dramatizations
  • Art and craft exhibitions
  • Meetings/conferences
  • Lectures
  • Trade expositions
  • Conventions
  • Banquets
  • Graduations
  • Awards presentations

Harquail Theatre

The Harquail Theatre is Cayman’s National Theatre; as such it is the best theatre in the country and well suited for community and professional productions. Companies have also used the theatre for corporate functions.

Harquail Theatre

The Harquail Theatre seats 300 and is equipped with a computerized light board, a 32 track sound board, an array of lighting instruments and microphones, projectors and an intercom system. A grand piano is also available. The stage is 31 x 29 feet with adequate wings and a fly system. A loading dock facilitates bringing in large sets and a small workshop is in the adjacent building.

Facilities include a green room, two large dressing rooms with showers, and a star dressing room. A spacious foyer allows for displays and other creative uses of the space. The theatre holds a liquor licence that allows anyone renting the theatre to sell alcohol from the bar.

The Harquail Theatre is available for :

  • Performances, for example: plays, musicals, dance recitals, cabarets, dinner theatre and poetry readings and dramatizations
  • Art and craft exhibitions
  • Meetings/conferences
  • Lectures
  • Trade expositions
  • Conventions
  • Banquets
  • Graduations
  • Awards presentations