Unicorn Theatre



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Management


Artistic director: Purni Morell
Executive director: Anneliese Davidsen

Theatres


Weston Theatre - seats 250
Clore Theatre - seats 100

Telephone



Box office: 020 7645 0560

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Location


Address:
147 Tooley Street
Southwark
London SE1 2HZ

Council: Southwark

Region: London

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Transport


Tube:
London Bridge (Northern, Jubilee)

Train:
London Bridge

Buses:

Stop:

Tooley Street


Day no:
RV1, 47, 343, 381


Night no:
N47, N381

Access information


General

Assistance dogs welcome - please let Box Office know if you will be taking an assistance dog to the theatre. Relaxed performances, audio described performances, live captioning, touch tours and sign-language performances are available - check schedule for details.

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Wheelchair access

There is wheelchair access throughout the building and a wheelchair accessible lift to all floors. For more information, call the access number.

Visual assistance

Pre-show touch tour and live audio description for visually impaired audience members.

Hearing assistance

There is an infra-red Sennheiser system in both theatre spaces for sound amplification.

Current shows


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Upcoming shows


Anansi the Spider


People say that in a time long, long ago, animals walked on two feet and spoke with words, like we do. And back then it was known by everyone that the cleverest of all the animals in the kingdom was a spider.


Previews from: Wednesday 18 September 2019

Closes: Sunday 27 October 2019



Maggot Moon


In a sinister 1950s Britain, the country is under the rule of the violent and oppressive Motherland. Dark government forces are at work. Spies and surveillance are everywhere, and the truth is difficult to discern.


Previews from: Thursday 26 September 2019

Closes: Sunday 27 October 2019



Oscar Wilde's The Canterville Ghost


Mr and Mrs Otis and their boisterous children arrive from America to move into Canterville Chase - a rather old, rather creepy Gothic mansion. Of course, like all the best old mansions, the Chase comes with its own ghost.


Previews from: Sunday 10 November 2019

Closes: Sunday 5 January 2020



The Wolf, the Duck and the Mouse


One day Mouse is gobbled up by a wolf. 'Oh woe' says Mouse, who fears this must be the end. But then we discover Duck, who was, until Mouse arrived, taking a nap.


Previews from: Friday 15 November 2019

Closes: Sunday 5 January 2020



Scrunch


This gorgeous, sensory show from the makers of the highly successful, long-running Baby Show returns to delight babies and parents alike this festive season.


Previews from: Wednesday 27 November 2019

Closes: Sunday 22 December 2019



The Bee In Me


One ordinary boy living an ordinary life. Every day the same: parents still asleep, late again for school, can't find his clean trousers. But today is different. Today is a game. Today he has wings.


Previews from: Friday 31 January 2020

Closes: Sunday 1 March 2020



I, Cinna (the poet)


The poet Cinna hardly says a word in Shakespeare's Julius Caesar before he's mistaken for someone else and torn to pieces by an angry mob. He's Shakespeare's unluckiest character.


Previews from: Wednesday 5 February 2020

Closes: Saturday 29 February 2020



Gulliver's Travels


Three bored teenagers left behind in the school gym. Together, with camera, projector and props, they bring vividly to life Gulliver's adventures of brutish Yahoos, belligerent Lilliputians, giant Brobdingnagians and wise Houyhnhnms.


Previews from: Sunday 15 March 2020

Closes: Sunday 3 May 2020



Wild


Wild's home is the forest. Bears teach her how to eat, birds help her to speak, and foxes show her how to play. She is irrepressibly wild. Then one day, some new animals arrive. They look oddly like her - and they want to take Wild away.


Previews from: Tuesday 17 March 2020

Closes: Sunday 3 May 2020



Robotology


Your best friend is a robot. This is mostly great, but sometimes hard because robots can't really have adventures with you. So maybe you can't really be friends with a machine … Can you …?


Previews from: Tuesday 19 May 2020

Closes: Sunday 21 June 2020




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