Studio Productions

OTG Creature


Creature Poster





Start at nothing.


What is vital? What is desirable? What can be lost?


What creature is the perfect fit into the modern world?




For a review of Creature, click here.



Last year members of different local youth theatres and schools came together to create a piece for Young PhysicalFestCreature is a new piece which features eight physical performers from that group who have continued to develop the skills they learned last year.  It includes some familiar faces from last year’s tour and young people from our youth theatre and YEP (Young Everyman Playhouse). It is directed by Grace Goulding and Dan Meigh and will be performed as part of PhysicalFest ( , supporting Animiki Theatre  on 26th May at 8pm at the Unity Theatre.  Tickets are expected to sell quickly and are available from

Dan and Grace are also working with youth theatres and community groups to encourage the next generation of performers.  If you would like a visit to your group then please contact us straight away.


Cotton Wool

 Off the Ground Theatre Present

Cotton Wool

 by Ali Taylor

 On the rain lashed coast of an empty estuary, teenage brothers Callum and Gus are desperate to discover what lies beneath the waves. When they spot young runaway Harriet, their search is thrown into chaos and brother is pitted against brother. A gripping and darkly comic tale of the anxiety, confusion, and boredom of teenage life.

 “… a laugh-a-minute, thrilling extravaganza…Another triumph for Off The Ground, and some real stars of the future on display here. See them while you still have the chance. *****”

 (Peter Pan), The Public Reviews

  This venue is ideally suited to showcasing emerging young talent and tonight was no exception… the direction was slick as were the performances.

 (Overspill at the Unity 2013) Nerve Magazine

Unity Theatre Tues 20th and Weds 21st May 8pm

Cotton wool



Off The Ground Presents


By Ali Taylor


Glass bursts in stars, a shower of light, dust and ash, dust and ash, dust blooms, in a cloud of dust and glass."

In town every Friday night, same time and place, Potts, Baron and Finch get ready for their weekly dose of booze, birds and burgers. But their night out takes a terrifying twist when an explosion rocks the town centre, and a suspicious population points the finger.Ali Taylor's poetic, high-energy play was one of the winners of Metamorphosis 08, the playwriting competition organised by the Churchill Theatre, Bromley, and the Ambassador Theatre Group.

This is our first show at The Unity Theatre in Liverpool.

Overspill is on Friday 12th and Saturday 13th April 7.30 at The Unity Theatre, Liverpool.