Out of Space

Unity Theatre moves into new spaces, supporting brilliant work to thrive in 2017!

Closed? Ha!

Our building on Hope Place might not be operational while redevelopment is underway but we are still bringing brilliant performance to Liverpool and beyond:


Wed 25 Jan | 7:30m | £13.50 (£11.50 Conc)


Sat 11 Feb | 7:30pm | FREE (suggested donation*)

Night Light   Cathy

Night Light @ Capstone Theatre

Mandala Theatre present a frank and emotional eye opener to the terror refugees feel and the rejection they face when travelling to Britain - when two teenagers seeking asylum hide out in an abandoned factory, a familiar figure arrives and through the night the three of them talk about home, belonging and 'the system'.



Cathy @ Liverpool Cathedral, Lady Chapel

Candid, poignant and intimate, this four star hit new play by award winning playwright Ali Taylor offers a timely reflection on the personal and social impact of spiralling rents and forced relocation, for a family living on the edge.

*- Please bring items for
Hope+ Food Bank and a donation to Shelter



Fri 17 Feb | 11:30am & 2:30pm | £8 (£6 Children), Family ticket £24


Mon 27 Feb - Fri 3 Mar | 7:30pm | £12 (£10 Conc)

5 More Minutes   Narvik

5 More Minutes @ The Atkinson

A funny and magical show about bedtime for children and their grown ups, in which we'll explore the fun, frustration and fantasy that can be had in that magical time between awake & asleep.




Narvik @The Bluecoat

Inspired by tales of Naval veterans, Narvik tells the story of a Liverpudlian man and a Norwegian woman pulled together and torn apart by war as the events of one summer cause ripples across an ocean of time.


Thu 9 Mar | 7:30pm | £12 (£10 Conc)


Fri 17 - Sat 18 Mar | 7:30pm | £12 (£10 Conc)

American Man  

Hetain Patel: American Man
@Make Liverpool

★★★★ “Patel shapeshifts with delicious dexterity.” The Guardian

A not-too-distant-future where celebrity power and political correctness have reached new heights; Barack Obama’s post-Presidential role is CEO of Apple, and Stephen Hawking voices Disney characters. From award-winning dancer and choreographer, Hetain Patel.



Gaudete @The Arts Centre, Edge Hill University

Ensemble storytelling, a rigorous approach to language and a dynamic physicality combine with an aural landscape of live music and recorded voices to bring Ted Hughes' visceral poetry to life on stage.