This summer Unity Theatre is producing a brilliant new comedy by the acclaimed writer Chris Chibnall (Broadchurch, Dr Who, Torchwood) called Gaffer which is about football and homophobia.

The show is performed by Simon Hedger (who appeared in When The Rain Stops Falling and The Master And Margarita as well as lots of other shows for Lodestar Theatre), is directed by Sam Freeman (who directed Floating which was at Unity in 2012 & 2013) and has lighting designed by acclaimed lighting designer Julie Kearney.

The show will run from the 26th June to the 5th July with tickets from £5 to £14 (tickets go on sale shortly).
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Hello. I’m Sam and I’m directing Gaffer at Unity in June and July. I wanted to write to you to tell you a bit more about the show, explain why we’re doing it, what to expect and why I’m excited about it all.

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So, here we are, day one. There's always mixed feelings starting a rehearsal process - fear, panic and excitement mix together in a heady mix that can, on occasion, be overwhelming. We, however, cheated a little. Today is day one, but we did a couple of days pre-rehearsals in in a desolate part of East London, so the nerves I usually feel aren't really there...
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