Unicorn Theatre

Unicorn Theatre announces cast of How Nigeria Became
By Rebecca Donn · 3 Sep 2014

Gbolahan Obisesan's new play, How Nigeria Became: A Story and a Spear That Didn't Work, opens in October

25 shows to keep your family happy during the summer holidays
By Ben Hewis · 25 Jul 2014

Ben Hewis suggests the best shows to take your kids to during the summer holidays

Next Day (Unicorn Theatre)
By Catherine Love · 27 Jun 2014

Belgian company CAMPO offer audiences a glimpse of the world through children's eyes as part of LIFT

The Summer Book (Unicorn Theatre)
By Michael Coveney · 13 Jun 2014

This new play based on the book by Tove Jansson centres on a woman's relationship with her six-year-old granddaughter

Purni Morell programmes 2016 World Festival of Theatre for Young Audiences
By Editorial Staff · 11 Jun 2014

The festival takes place in Birmingham in July 2016

Catherine Love: Shining a light on children's theatre
By Catherine Love · 2 Jun 2014

With the arts under threat in education, it is more important than ever to be making and discussing theatre for kids

Unicorn Theatre announces 'biggest ever' autumn/winter season
By Theo Bosanquet · 2 Jun 2014

The venue will see the return of several old favourites alongside new commissions

Video: Part 2 of the rehearsal vlog with 1001 Nights artistic director Douglas Rintoul and cast
By Ben Hewis · 14 May 2014

Rintoul and members of the cast discuss the production in this exclusive video for WhatsOnStage

Video: Rehearsal vlog with 1001 Nights artistic director Douglas Rintoul and cast
By Ben Hewis · 22 Apr 2014

Rintoul and members of the cast discuss their rehearsal process so far in this exclusive video for WhatsOnStage

At the End of Everything Else (Unicorn Theatre)
By Jane Martin · 2 Apr 2014

This delicate and imaginative tale tackles pollution with eco power