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.

Lolita and Richard III

3rd May»20th May

Theatre Collection continues its repertoire reputation with these two mind-blowing and provoking masterpieces. Is ‘Lolita’ a story about “The Monster” and paedophile? Or it is a story about unfortunate love and a child lost in time? Is Richard’s strongest desire being to became a King? Or it was passionate revenge to the whole ‘normal’ world?

Never Choose Again The Lion and Unicorn Theatre
Never Choose Again

31st May»

Brand New Writing that drives a verbal screwdriver to the heart. We love you so much we'll swallow literary razor blades to prove it. This is our devotion to you, we'll bleed our filthy hearts into your ears - and you'll be purified in a crucible of infernal storytelling and short sharp shocks of theatre. Insomniacs welcome and lovers encouraged

The Seagull and Hamlet

4th June»17th June

THE SEAGULL - How far you can go to keep your lover? How far you can go to become an actress? Sexual, provoking and mind blowing modern interpretation of famous Chekhov masterpiece. HAMLET - SOLD OUT hit of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Post- post – modern world…otherwise – TODAY. Hamlet is – a film noire, Hamlet is a kitsch, Hamlet – is a decadence, Hamlet is YOU and ME

Future Imperfect Lion and Unicorn Theatre
Future Imperfect

19th June»23rd June

13 scripts. 4 sides of A4 each. 3 actors maximum. 1 theme. Future Imperfect. KDC Theatre return with their new writing competition after the success of last year’s What Keeps Me Awake


26th June»27th June

Coates and Cooper, a female comedy duo bring badly behaved characters Keith and Barry to life using a mix of innovative technology, to reveal the Comedy in a kidnap. The duo combine stand up and comedic performance in this new theatrical blast

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