Your Visit - Unity Theatre

Welcome to Unity.


Building Opening Hours

Unity is open to the public:

Mon: 2 hours before show start time
Tue: 2 hours before show start time
Wed: 2 hours before show start time
Thu: 10am – 10:30pm
Fri: 2 hours before show start time
Sat: 2 hours before show start time

Box Office Opening Hours

You are able to contact our box office at the following times:

Via Phone: Mon – Fri, 10am – 5pm
In Venue: Thu & Fri, 10am – 5pm

You can book tickets for our shows 24/7 using our website.

Please see here for FAQs on ticket booking.

Please note that due to the coronavirus pandemic we are currently not doing physical tickets or brochures.

If you have any questions please email tickets@unitytheatre.co.uk and somebody will respond to you within 48 hours or call 0151 709 4988 at the times listed above.

 

Thank You

Finally we would like to thank you all for your unwavering kindness throughout the pandemic and as we have reopened. Whether you have donated your ticket cost, made a one off gift, engaged with our programme, sent messages of support on our social media channels, showed patience as we navigated the refund process and welcomed staff back or reached out and offered your services- it is so appreciated. We can’t wait to see you soon.

 

Getting Here

Just off Liverpool’s bustling Hope Street, Unity is located halfway between the Metropolitan and Anglican Cathedrals just two minutes’ walk from the Philharmonic Hall.

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Access

We aim to provide the best possible experience of our venue for everyone that visits.

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Booking Tickets

We are delighted to be back open safely. You can find out more about what to expect from your visit and our safety measures in place by clicking here. Please read our FAQs carefully below before booking your tickets. If you have any concerns or questions, please do not hesitate to email tickets@unitytheatre.co.uk for support.

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Theatre Safety

As of 1st April 2022: As we have done throughout the pandemic, Unity will continue to prioritise staff, audience, and artists’ wellbeing, and ensure that everyone feels safe and comfortable when visiting. As a result, a lot of our current safety measures will remain in place. Though government requirements no longer dictate the wearing of […]

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