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Applications will automatically close on that date or when 30 applications have been received successfully, whichever is sooner
  • 1936 opening a new workers theatre
  • 1936 waiting for lefty
  • 1938 crisis aka czechoslovakia
  • 1938 senora carrars rifles
  • 1946 all gods chillun got wings

Unity Theatre grew out of the agitprop street theatre in the East End of London in the early 1930s lasting until it was destroyed by fire in 1975.

Once established, in a converted chapel in Kings Cross (built entirely with voluntary labour), Unity became the inspiration for a national upsurge in drama on social and political issues, since it was the only theatre in London throughout the 1930's, 1940's and early 1950's producing plays on these subjects.

Alongside shows specially created for Unity, it drew on the repertoire of world theatre, including innovative productions of works by Clifford Odets, Sean O'Casey, Lope de Vega, Jean Paul Sartre and Arthur Adamov. It was the first theatre in England to stage a play by Bertolt Brecht and it helped popularise the plays of Maxim Gorky.

Unity's strength lay with its audience drawn mainly from the trades unions and organised labour movements, but amongst its supporters were many eminent personalities e.g. Bernard Shaw, H.G. Wells, Sybil Thorndike, Beatrix Lehmann and Paul Robeson whose appearance with Unity, followed by international acclaim for the political pantomime Babes in the Wood, marked the peak of the theatre's fame.

With the outbreak of war, Unity was the first theatre to open in London once the ban on public entertainment had been lifted and it maintained a permanent repertory of plays, satirical revues and musicals throughout the five years of hostilities. It also sent out small groups of performers who, often in hazardous conditions, provided valuable shelter and factory entertainment for those winning the war at home.

Unity emerged from the war at the head of a national drama movement that was concerned with the lives of working people. Soon however, many of the developments pioneered by Unity, such as vernacular drama, Living Newspaper and biting satirical shows, were accepted by the theatrical mainstream and television.

Many well-known theatre people - Lionel Bart, Alfie Bass, Michael Gambon, Bob Hoskins, David Kossoff, Warren Mitchell, Bill Owen and Ted Willis among them - learned their skills at this influential theatre which was the working people's most sustained and successful contribution to British drama and one of the most important and enduring initiatives in popular culture this century.
  • The Trust

    The Trust

    The Trust was set up as a charity in the spirit of the traditions of the theatre and its history. The purpose of the Trust is:

    To advance the education of the public by fostering, promoting and increasing the interest of the public in the art of drama and in the co-related arts

    The trust is governed by a Board of Trustees.

    Unity Theatre Trust. UK Registered Charity No.210387

  • The Trustees
    • Harry Landis - Chair
      harry landis

      Chair of the Trust

      Trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama, Harry is the Chairman of Unity Theatre Trust, Ex President of the Actors Union Equity, Executive member of the Equity Trust Fund and an Ex Artistic Director of Marlowe Theatre in Canterbury. He has performed in West End Plays, at the National Theatre, acted in many films, TV plays & series, and been a freelance director, drama teacher and a Member of the Lawrence Olivier Award panel. He has also acted and directed at Unity Theatre for many years.
    • Clive Gehle - Vice Chair & Archivist
      clive gehle

      Vice Chair & Trust Archivist

      Involved with Unity Theatre since 1979 and a member of the Trust since 1995. Originally trained as an actor, he also works as a member of the education team at London's Theatre Museum, and has also been a curatorial assistant on two major exhibitions "Paul Robeson" and "The Redgrave's". He was library assistant at the British Theatre Association for 11 years.
    • Andreas Michaelides - Secretary
      andreas michaelides

      Secretary of the Trust

      Andreas trained as an accountant and joined the Trust as such in 1973. He is the author of "How to Manage Your Money, if you have any", a booklet on finance for community and charitable organisations which has sold over 15,000 copies. He has been the Secretary to the Trust since 1995.
    • Maggie McCarthy
      maggie mccarthy

      Trustee

      Maggie has worked in Theatre, TV, film and radio since leaving The Rose Bruford College in 1967. She has also taught at numerous schools and colleges including The Royal College of Music. She has always been an active member of Equity and is delighted to be involved in the work of the Trust. Maggie joined the Trust in 2008.
    • Ann Mitchell
      ann mitchell

      Trustee

      Trained at the pioneering E15 acting school under the guidance of the late Joan Littlewood, going on to work in theatre, television, film and radio. Ann is perhaps best known for her portrayal of Dolly Rawlins in Lynda la Plante's first, and ground breaking series, Widows. Her work also includes direction, writing and teaching. She is a Patron of Clean Break, a theatre & training company for ex-female offenders, and of The Landmark, an HIV and AIDS trust. Ann has been a Trustee since 1999.
    • Katie O'Donoghue
      katie odonoghue

      Trustee

      Trained at the Unity Theatre School, later appearing in Unity classics such as Winkles & Champagne, Mother Goose and God Bless The Guv'ner. Under Gertrude Rubenstein she trained as a classical singer and appeared in Blitz at the Adelphi Theatre London, Oliver at the Piccadilly Theatre London (and UK national tour) and the Imperial Theatre Tokyo. She has worked in both film and television and has been a Trustee since 2003.
    • Kayelle O'donoghue
      kayelle odonoghue

      Trustee








    • Dike Okoh
      dike okoh

      Trustee

      Studied writing for theatre on the MA Musical Theatre programme at Goldsmiths College. His musical “Scandinavian Heart” was recently performed as part of the Camden fringe festival. As a composer, he has also worked for EMI music publishing (UK) and has written for various projects including for 20th century Fox’s television programme, ‘The Simpsons’. Dike currently teaches philosophy at the Mary Ward settlement and has been a Trustee since 2014.
  • Grant Application

    There are usually four Trust meetings a year to consider a maximum of 30 successfully submitted grant applications at each meeting.

    The website will be updated frequently to show the date of the next meeting and when the application process opens.

    As soon as 30 applications have been successfully submitted and received by the Secretary of the Trust it will not be possible to submit an application. If you missed the window for applications please try again next quarter.

    The "start your application" button will normally be available below from 15 days after each meeting of the Trustees.

    When you click the "start your application" button, the application form will open in full screen. If the screen is blank please clear the cache in your browser and reload the site.

    Please ensure you have read the guidance notes and conditions of grant before applying. You will have to agree to the conditions of grant to submit your application.

    The "Click for information to help you prepare for your application" button will show you the sections you will need to fill in on the form.

    • Guidance Notes & Conditions of Grant

      UNITY THEATRE TRUST GRANTS

      GUIDANCE NOTES AND CONDITIONS OF GRANT

      1. Brief history and traditions of Unity Theatre and the Trust.


      Unity Theatre grew out of the agitprop street theatre in the East End of London in the early 1930's. Once established in a converted chapel in Kings Cross (built entirely with voluntary labour) Unity became the inspiration for a national upsurge in drama on social and political issues, since it was the only theatre in London throughout the 30's, 40's and early 50's producing plays on these subjects. Alongside shows specially created for Unity, it drew on the repertoire of world theatre, including innovative productions of works by Clifford Odets, Sean O'Casey, Lope de Vega, Jean Paul Sartre and Arthur Adamov. It was the first theatre in England to stage a play by Bertolt Brecht and it helped popularise the plays of Maxim Gorky.

      Unity's strength lay with its audience drawn mainly from the trades unions and organised labour movements, but amongst its supporters were many eminent personalities e.g. Bernard Shaw, H.G.Wells, Sybil Thorndike, Beatrix Lehmann and Paul Robeson whose appearance with Unity, followed by international acclaim for the political pantomime Babes in the Wood, marked the peak of the theatre's fame.

      With the outbreak of war, Unity was the first theatre to open in London once the ban on public entertainment had been lifted and it maintained a permanent repertory of plays, satirical revues and musicals throughout the five years of hostilities. It also sent out small groups of performers who, often in hazardous conditions, provided valuable shelter and factory entertainment for those winning the war at home.

      Unity emerged from the war at the head of a national drama movement that was concerned with the lives of working people. Soon however, many of the developments pioneered by Unity, such as vernacular drama, Living Newspaper and biting satirical shows, were accepted by the theatrical mainstream and television.

      Unity Theatre was destroyed by fire in 1975.

      Many well-known theatre people - Lionel Bart, Alfie Bass, Michael Gambon, Bob Hoskins, David Kossoff, Warren Mitchell, Bill Owen and Ted Willis among them - learned their skills at this influential theatre which was the working people's most sustained and successful contribution to British drama and one of the most important and enduring initiatives in popular culture this century.

      The Trust

      Unity Theatre Trust was set up as a charity in the spirit of these traditions. The main objectives of the Trust are to advance the education of the public by fostering, promoting and increasing the interest of people in the art of drama and co-related arts.

      2. Grant aid

      In the main, the Trust will fund drama and theatre related activities, but in addition, it will also fund projects in film, TV, video, music and dance. The Trustees reserve the right to include other areas if an application merits it, as long as the application falls within the Trust's charitable aims.

      3. Eligibility

      The Trust usually funds projects or activities carried out by organisations. Individuals sponsored by organisations are also eligible to apply for a grant. Applicants are expected to have raised a large proportion of the project’s costs for which they are applying for a grant.

      Applications for projects starting before the relevant Trust meeting will not be considered.


      4. Financial conditions

      All successful applicants must keep detailed accounts in relation to the disbursement of the grant received and make these available to the Trust for inspection at all reasonable times. Any unused grant must be returned, unless prior permission has been given by the Trust for any other use.

      5. Monitoring

      In their efforts to monitor the effectiveness of their grant strategy, the Trustees expect all recipients of grant to inform the Trust of the success or otherwise of the activities for which the grant was given. They also expect to be invited to the performance of plays or events the Trust awards grants to. No grant may be used for any other purpose than that for which it was approved for without the prior permission of the Trust

      6. The charitable aims of the Trust

      All applicants, by accepting receipt of any grant, agree not to contravene the charitable aims of the Trust as summarised in (1) above

      All successful applicants will be asked to confirm in writing their agreement as above before any grant is released.

      7. Logo

      All recipients of grant must acknowledge the support of Unity Theatre Trust by using the supplied logo, "SUPPORTED BY UNITY THEATRE TRUST" on all publicity and correspondence.

      8. Grant dates & Maximum number of applications considered

      There are usually four Trust meetings a year to consider a maximum of 30 successfully submitted grant applications at each meeting.

      The website will be updated frequently to show the date of the next meeting and when the application process opens.

      You are seeing this message either because 30 applications have been submitted, or the window for applications has closed.

      Please check again for details fo the next application period and then make sure you submit your application quickly!

      Applications will normally be possible from 15 days after each meeting of the Trustees.

      9. Administration of grants

      The Trustees will inform successful applicants how their grant will be administered but it will usually be done in one of the following ways:

      1. The total grant approved paid directly to the organisation's bank account
      2. A progress report should be submitted to the Trust by all successful projects.

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  • Unity Theatre Productions from 1936 to 1994

    1936 to 1948

    1936

    Private Hicks

    Waiting for Lefty

    Where’s that Bomb?

    1937

    Opening of new Workers Theatre Programme

    Plant in the Sun

    Not for us

    Cannibal Carnival

    Aristocrats

    1938

    Plant in the Sun/Bury the dead

    Busmen

    Babes in the Wood

    Case of the Baffled Boss

    Trial of a Judge

    Señora Carrars Rifles

    Bury the Dead

    “Crisis Czechoslovakia”

    1939

    Give me Liberty

    Harvest in the North

    Colony

    Orchestral concert

    Sandbag Follies

    Turn up the lights

    1940

    Jack the Giant Killer

    Distant Point

    Match Girls

    “Old Time Music Hall”

    4th Anniversary Fair

    The Star Turns Red

    1941

    Distant Point

    Till the Day I Die

    In the Spirit of the Revolution

    1942

    Sabotage

    Get Cracking

    Let’s be Offensive

    1943

    Buster

    Grand Review

    “India Speaks”

    One Third of a Nation

    Sword of the Spirit

    Salute to the Gentle Sex

    Spanish Village

    1944

    All Change Here

    Green and Pleasant Land

    The Rochdale Pioneers

    Comrade Detective

    One More Mile

    Winkles and Champagne

    Shop Window

    Alice in Thunderland

    1945

    The Yellow Star

    Late Extra

    Juno and the Paycock

    Swinging to the Left

    They came to a City

    God Bless the Guv’nor

    1946

    Gold is where you find it

    Lower Depths

    Citizen Kane

    Buster

    The Star turns Red (Revival)

    Boy meets Girl

    All God’s Chillun Got Wings

    Awake and Sing!

    Casey Jones

    Star Parade

    Pardon my Greek

    This Trampled Earth

    The Shepherd and the Hunter

    1947

    Dragnet

    Out of the Dust

    What Happens to Love

    Golden Boy

    Enemies

    Stars on Parade

    The Match Girls

    The Russian Question

    Black Magic

    1948

    The Star Turns Red

    What’s Left

    All Star Variety Show

    Winkles and Champagne

    The Whole World Over

    Lions After Slumber

    Six Men of Dorset

    All Star Concert

    1949 to 1960

    1949


    The Townshends

    Cousin Elwyn

    Plant in the Sun/Where’s That Bomb

    The Jolly George

    Thirteenth Anniversary Variety Concert

    The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists

    1950


    The Circling Dove

    Buster

    Hell is what you make It

    Winkles and Champagne

    How I Wonder

    Longitude

    1951

    The World of the King

    “Here Goes!”

    Hawthorne Grove

    Mother Goose

    The Germans

    The Cradle will Rock

    1952


    Barrier Across Europe

    The Wages of Eve

    The Candy Story

    Strangers in the Land

    Mild and Bitter

    Christmas Bridge

    The Bridge of Life

    1953

    Three in a Row

    Turn it up

    No!

    The Rosenbergs

    Cinderella

    1954

    Timid People

    Reedy River

    Shoemakers Holiday

    The Land of the living

    The Dockers Tanner

    Montserrat

    1955

    The Road to Life

    Pillars of Society

    The Shadow of the Swastika

    The Russian For Yes

    The Women of Troy

    Peace Meal

    1956

    Othello

    Nekrassov

    Widowers Houses

    Polly

    World on Edge

    The Exception and the Rule

    Hold the Line

    1957

    Burlesque

    Paul Robeson Concert

    Mind the Baby

    Cyanamide

    Match Girls

    TV & Labour Movement Conference

    The Biggest Thief in Town

    Wally Pone

    1958

    The Ganze Macher

    The Crucible

    Tripe and Onions/The Green Eyed Monster

    Robin Hood and His Merry Men

    Call me not Naomi

    Heartbreak House June

    Mother Courage

    1959

    Take it as Red

    Puerto Franco

    God Bless the Guv’nor

    Anna Christie

    The Risen People

    Rocket for the Governor

    1960

    Shakespeare’s Lovers

    Lady Audley’s Secret/Music Hall

    Androcles and the Lion

    Bloomsday

    The Offshore Island

    The Big Win with Cage Productions

    Drama in the Making

    The Seagull

    You Won’t Always be on Top

    Ragged Trousered Philanthropist

    Misadventures of Mr Pickwick

    1961 to 1970

    1961

    The Visions of Simone Machard

    Beer and Skittles

    The Lower Depths

    The Recruiting Officer

    And him Stretched

    Affluent Athenian

    1962

    Aladdin

    Hedda Gabler

    1963


    Spring ‘71

    Away

    Circus

    The Man who bought a Battlefield

    All Star Charity Show

    Gala Cabaret and Dance

    The Fury of Philip Hotz/The Scavengers

    Unity Theatre and the Unions

    See a Man falling

    Port and Lemon

    Good Woman of Setzuan

    Life of Kaggs

    Three in One

    High Jinks of Bishop Saull

    School of Wives

    East Lynne and Music Hall

    A Doll’s House

    People Like Us

    The Deviates

    1964

    The Caucasian Chalk Circle

    Its Ours

    Earoles

    A Memorey of Two Mondays/Oh Freedom

    The Glass Menagerie

    Everything in the Garden

    The Licence

    Squaring the Circle

    1965

    Chicken Soup with Barley

    Little Malcolm and his struggle against the Eunuchs

    Yegor Bulichov

    Julius Caesar

    There’s a Megabutton on my Living-room Floor

    Christmas Palace of Varieties

    God Bless the Guv’nor

    Sweeney Todd and Music Hall

    1966


    Death of a Salesman

    Playboy of the Western World

    Inherit the Wind

    1967

    John D Muggins is Dead

    The Country Wife

    Gala Performance

    The Don’t Just Sit There Show

    Antigone

    The Feather Pluckers

    Armoured Train 14.69

    1968

    The Rent

    Vietreview ‘68

    Harold Muggins is a Martyr

    Say Uncle

    Billy Liar

    Dirty Work at the Crossroads

    1969

    The Diamond, Bone and Hammer and Along the Shoughs of Ulster

    Strike

    Rag to the Bull

    The Frogs and Co... Axed

    Epitaph for George Dillon

    The Mother

    Festival Music Hall

    Cinderella

    1970

    Unity Theatre Artists/The Co-operation

    Triple Bill

    Jack and the Beanstalk

    A Case for Euthanasia

    The Agony

    The Demonstration

    The Bolsheviks

    South Africa 70

    The Misadventures of Mr Pickwick

    1971 to 1994

    1971

    The Chinese Machine

    Robert Owen

    It’s Never too Late

    The Farmworker

    Captain Swing at the Penny Gaff

    The Dragon

    In Place of Strife

    They made a present of Mornington Crescent
    1972


    Waiting for Lefty

    Bull Durham or the Great Turd and How to Keep it Rolling

    Summerfolk

    Rent or Caught in the Act

    Pins and Needles

    Burlesque

    Huis Clos and A Matter of Convenience

    1973


    “Festival of Poets”

    L’Avare Et Cie

    The Concert at Saint Ovide

    Partitions

    “C.A.A. Showcase”

    One Way Trip

    The Way of the World

    By my Life

    At Enormous Expense…

    Tom Barker of Camden - and the World

    “Old Time Music Hall”

    The Reign of Terror and the Great Money Trick

    New Positions

    “…And play on the flutes of their own vertebrae”

    How we knocked ‘em in the Old Kent Road

    1974

    Widower’s Houses

    The Tolmer Square Show

    Case for a Rebel

    Janet Rosenberg, Dear Mr Kooning and The Inhabitants

    The Recruiting Officer

    Vietnam - “The Post-War’ War

    The Jump

    Storm Warning

    The Tigers are Coming O.K. ?

    The Police and Saxon

    Memories

    “The Collier Laddie” A Legend of the Coalfields

    Before your very eyes

    Ten Nights in a Bar Room

    “NCCL 40th Anniversary Show”

    Common will against the Giant

    1975

    Right Turn Triple Bill

    The Bureaucracy Show

    The Nuns

    The Cocoa Party

    1977

    “God’s Just a Copper”

    Waiting for Lefty

    1979

    God Bless The Guv’nor

    1980

    The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists

    Mad Tom or the Man of Rights

    1981

    Then and The Clyde is Red

    1982

    “Reminiscences of Unity Theatre”

    Then/Bikini Fable

    New Positions

    1983

    Come Fry with me

    Comprehensive Cut

    1984

    “A Tribute to Laurie Davies”

    “Workers Theatre - National Theatre - Platforms at the National”

    1990

    “May Day Social”

    “Unity Social”

    1991

    What’s Left Now

    1992

    Major Minor a Topical Revue, with A Small Price

    1994

    Horseman Pass by

  • The Archive at The V & A

    The trust maintains an archive of heritage materials relevant to the theatre.

    If you would like to access the Archives please follow the procedure below:

    Unity Theatre Archives are now housed at the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) in Blythe House.

    The Unity Archive can be viewed in the V&A reading room in West Kensington by appointment. The V&A archive catalogue can be searched at this link and appointments to view material can be made via this e-mail address. vandaemail

    The reading room is located in Blythe House near the Kensington Olympia exhibition centre. The nearest station is Kensington Olympia on the District and Overground lines. They are open Tuesday-Friday, 10.15am-4.30pm.

    This is a free service but an appointment must be made.

    V&A Theatre & Performance Enquiry Service
    Blythe House
    23 Blythe Road
    London
    W14 0QX

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    Unity Theatre Trust Website Privacy Policy & Terms of Use

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    2.6 Jurisdictional Issues


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    This site is controlled and operated by Unity Theatre Trust from its offices within the United Kingdom, or by an agent of Unity Theatre Trust. Unity Theatre Trust makes no representation that materials in Unity Theatre Trust's Web Sites are appropriate or available for use in other locations. Those who choose to access this site from other locations do so on their own initiative and are responsible for compliance with local laws, if and to the extent local laws are applicable.

    This agreement shall be governed by, construed and enforced in accordance with the laws of the EU, as it is applied to agreements entered into and to be performed entirely within such Community. Any action you, any third party or Unity Theatre Trust bring to enforce this agreement or, in connection with, any matters related to this site shall be brought only in either the Courts located in the EU, and you expressly consent to the jurisdiction of said courts.

    If any provision of this agreement shall be unlawful, void, or for any reason unenforceable, then that provision shall be deemed severable from this agreement and shall not affect the validity and enforceability of any remaining provisions.

    This is the entire agreement between the parties relating to the matters contained herein and shall not be modified except in writing.

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