What's On

You can find more information about each show by clicking on the relevant image. Do not forget that you can now get a couple of discounted parking options near the theatre with Just Park or Your Parking Space . Your discount code is LIONUNICORN20.

Corner Boys

23rd October»26th October

By John McKenna. "...It is about a small town with no way out, no work, and no prospects for the three guys, they are dead-end guys yet smart-asses too but that’s all bravado which becomes clear in the second act of the play. Underneath their hard-chaw talk are desperate lives.”

Sholom Aleichem In The Old Country
Sholom Aleichem In The Old Country

30th October»25th November

The British Premier of Saul Reichlin’s latest adaptation of the stories of the great Sholom Aleichem (Fiddler On The Roof). Sell-out
performances Off Broadway, Amsterdam, Cape Town. ‘Wisdom, irony and wit...a rousing success’...New York review...caroleditosti.com

The Cut The Lion and Unicorn Theatre
The Cut

29th November»1st December

Paul, a government employee, is a cog in a bureaucratic machine. Day after day he administers The Cut — an ancient, violent procedure — in secret from his wife and daughter. When Paul is faced with a unique patient, his sense of purpose is shattered. Who will pay the price after centuries of oppression? Do we heal through redemption or retribution?

nutcracker The Lion and Unicorn Theatre
The Nutcracker

2nd December»9th December

On Christmas Eve the toymaker Drosselmeier gives Marie and Fritz a traditional nutcracker in the shape of a soldier. Captivated by this strange little wooden figure, Marie stays up extra late to settle him down in the toy cabinet. As the clock strikes midnight the Mouse King appears with his mouse army, and challenges brave Nutcracker to a fearsome battle. And then the most magical story begins to unfold…

borderline The Lion and Unicorn Theatre

6th December»8th December

A series of monologues representing women who are on the edge, the periphery, the verge...the borderline. A poetic piece that combines the real with the imaginary and brings the inner world to the surface, exposing truths and releasing fears out into the open. The things that torment us. The things that we don't talk about. The thoughts that consume us. That push us to our limits, to the Borderline

loop The Lion and Unicorn Theatre

7th January»20th January

Chris is stuck in a routine of running a bar day in day out and can't seem to escape. He is on the verge of committing suicide when three regular customers barge in at closing time. They all have a lock in that quickly spirals out of control. Loop explores depression and and male suicide, UK's biggest killer of men between the ages of 18-45