Up Next is a new event series showcasing exciting new work from Merseyside performers. In one evening, you can experience a double bill of sharing’s across both their spaces, premiering new writing from across the city.
The event is held Unity Theatre, 18 September, 8.30pm. See here for tickets.
Violet feels anxious when she’s around Glen. So what? People feel nervous around their romantic partners – it’s called butterflies. But Violet feels nervous around Glen all the time. She has intrusive and obsessive thoughts that she will hurt Glen while she sleeps.
A Heavenly Way to Die is a love story about being in a relationship while suffering from Harm OCD. This rehearsed reading is supported by the Unity and the Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse.