Join us for an eclectic and talented mix of Merseyside’s poets and performers as the popular Liver Bards poetry event spreads its wings and brings you ‘Here!’ at Unity.
An evening of poems, drawings, stories and possibly dancing. Included in the spectacle are a pair of Dromedaries, alongside a number of newly composed pieces touching on John Keats’s letters and leisure activities.
Is there such a thing as an ordinary day when you are making a family? Will they face their fears in unity or will they crack under the pressure of their own separate expectations?
4th — 5th February
‘It’s the family that’s got to live with it on the outside and the outside…is a lot…bigger.’
Spiritual enquiry meets high-octane observational comedy as the ‘Taskmaster’ survivor, multi-award-winner and “No More Jockeys” cult leader attempts to cram a couple of years of pathological overthinking into an evening of stand-up.
Ingenious audio show where the audience create the performance together.
An empowering physical solo performance that brings focus to common issues that queer women face, including sexualisation, (fe)male gaze and what it feels like to live in the shadows.
Presented by Aakash Odedra Company and The Spark Arts for Children
9th — 12th March
Lucy and David are dating and desperate to find some time alone. The perfect spot? A caravan holiday park, of course.
17th — 19th March
Actors Touring Company present the European premiere of this “wickedly funny and surprisingly touching take on race and class”
A lo fi solo symphony of spoken word and frenetic movement. A show that breaks down the power and privileges of a person and dances with their human-ness.
We consume information that’s broadcast daily from the lives of a thousand strangers… so why do I feel so alone?
28th — 29th April
Figs in Wigs are back (again) and this time they’ve got their period (dresses). A live art, feminist ‘adaptation’ of Louisa May Alcott’s classic novel Little Women.
Finalist of Britain’s Got Talent and star of BBC Radio 4’s Citizen of Nowhere Daliso Chaponda is finally back out of the house and on a stage with a new show of the slickest, sharpest look at life.
In 2018, disabled actor, Melissa Johns’ iCloud was hacked and explicit photos of her were released online. A young disabled woman with a history of body dysmorphia comes to terms with her body becoming public property.