28th — 31st July
Sleepover is an interactive celebration of friendship, sisterhood and the teenagers we used be.
BlackFest’s ‘Borderline Funk’ group are proud to present a verbatim piece of Theatre For Social Change based on the theme of protest.
The Weight of Repopulating a Nation is an autobiographical performance that documents Leianna’s journey as she uncovers her own story and her community’s.
A Greasy Spoon is a dark comedy set in an absurd heightened reality…a café in Liverpool.
Drawing on the raw essence of scouse charm, humour and grit, Stayin’ Alive follows the story of Maggie as she confronts her mental health problems and the loss of her Grandmother.
To celebrate the launch of their 2021 season, BlackFest have brought together a number of artists to provide a festival of all kinds.
Guaranteed fun, cosmic dancing and milky way madness, PhoneHome is a whirlwind of physical theatre, spoken word and live music that explores a unique perspective of lockdown and navigating the return to normality.
7th — 9th October
Sirens, Men and Crabs is a surreal blend of clown and dark comedy that will turn Ancient Greece upside down.
This a meal, a ritual and a performance work in progress about what it means to be descended from African slaves.
15th — 16th October
Lads on tour Sh!t Theatre want to talk about home, your home, what we are doing in your home, what you might be doing in our home and how cheap the beers are.
This inspiring show speaks to those who have ever felt not good enough or ‘other’ and will resonate strongly with teenagers and young people.
Four of Liverpool’s local singer-songwriters collaborate for a performance at Unity.