This spring we've got some amazing shows (that will make brilliant Christmas presents...) to tempt your theatrical tastebuds and help you experience the best in UK theatre.

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You learn loads working in theatre, but what are the top 8 things we know to be true from our experience at Unity?

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We caught up with our lovely Participation Co-ordinator Louise Flooks to chat about 'The Big Event' at Unity.

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We caught up with Robert Farquhar, writer and director of the upcoming and final performances of comedy hit, The Art Of Falling Apart. Find out the idea behind the show and what Robert's best moments with the show have been.

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We caught up with the brilliant and Physical Fest fan favourite, Jamie Wood! With his unique, hilarious and spellbinding physicality, Jamie's now developed show from 2014's Physical Fest is a rip-roaring ride and wonky homage to the woman damned for destroying The Beatles. Check out Jamie's influences, inspirations and what his show means to him.

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We caught up with the immensely talented and utterly hilarious Bec Hill ahead of her preview show right here at unity. Check out what her approach is to her work, what and who her influences are and what her proudest moment as a comedian and a performer is...  

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We caught up with the utterly amazing and straight to the point Indomador! Bringing their unique and inspiring performance Animal Religion to Physical Fest 2015. Check out their influences, inspirations and what their show means to them.

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Our summer season is now on sale with loads of amazing new shows including the acclaimed Every Brilliant Thing, Physical Fest, Big Wow's The Art Of Falling Apart, Caz 'n' Britney's Mis Les and our Edinburgh Comedy previews! 
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It’s a real departure for Uninvited Guests to make an adaptation of a canonical play, but we like a challenge. We began our research at the RSC archive where we looked at old photos, scripts, and even an original first folio. All of that history carries with it a weight and responsibility – but also an urge to be a bit irreverent. We began by asking ourselves how does Uninvited Guests work with a Shakespearean play, and how is that play relevant to us and what’s happening now. We have tended to devise our own work, discovering the text by improvising, carrying out documentary interviews or collaborating with the audience to write the show. This Last Tempest sees us respond to a Shakespeare text that’s part of our shared personal and cultural histories in our own way, applying our politics, along with devised theatre approaches, and integrating music and sound.
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We're back after the Christmas break and the building is a hive of activity. Next door (from the office) in Unity Two, Keddy Sutton and Gill Hardie are preparing for Mis Lez: A Revolution In Rollers, rehearsing after stretches in other Christmas shows. Meanwhile Graeme (our outgoing Artistic Director) is in the midst of planning his finale production of Samuel Beckett's Krapp's Last Tape while keeping an eye on our summer season which he's working on with Matthew (our incoming Artistic Director). 
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