Reimagined for everyone aged six and over “WE ARE SUCH STUFF AS DREAMS ARE MADE ON” When the sorcerer Prospero conjures up a storm to shipwreck his enemies, he sets the scene for an enchanting tale of spells, monsters, revenge and romance. In this 75-minute show, The Tempest reimagined for everyone aged six and over brings Shakespeare’s text thrillingly to life for younger audiences. Dates: 19 Sept – 15 Oct 2023 AGE For ages 6 – 11 VENUE Unicorn Theatre (Weston) DURATION 75 mins Book here
Southwark Playhouse Borough 21 June – 8 July 2023 Edinburgh Hit SHEWOLVES Comes to London Armed with a backpack full of Pop-tarts and a hunger to tackle climate change, Priya and Lou, embark on a covert expedition into the wild. But when the wilderness closes in around them, can they overcome their differences to make their voices heard? SHEWOLVES is an uplifting coming-of-age comedy. One of The Stage’s ‘Best Shows of the Year 2022’. ***** “A stand-out fringe production.” Everything Theatre **** “Sparky and delightful.” The Stage **** “A joy to watch.” BroadwayWorld **** “A howling success.” ThreeWeeks “I loved this show.” Lyn Gardner Somewhere between Booksmart, Little Miss Sunshine and Thelma & Louise, SHEWOLVES is an uplifting, funny and empowering play about forging friendships when you’re a bit weird, the power of hope and the underestimated smartness of teens Southwark Playhouse Borough Post-Show Event – Tuesday 27 June Join us for a FREE post-show Q&A chaired by Terri Paddock with cast and creatives, including the writer Sarah Middleton on Tuesday 27 June, following the 8pm performance. Book now
The Bridge transforms for one of the greatest musicals of all time; Guys and Dolls. It has more hit songs, more laughs and more romance than any show ever written. The seating is wrapped around the action while the immersive tickets transport you to the streets of Manhattan and the bars of Havana in the unlikeliest of love stories. In A Midsummer Night’s Dream, you raved with us in the forest. In Julius Caesar, you ran wild with us as the mob. Now join us on Broadway for the biggest party yet… Find out more
A Christmas Carol didn’t just invent Christmas as we know it. It’s also scary, joyful, spooky, hilarious, furious, beautiful, and a triumphant declaration that even the hardest heart can melt. Three outstanding actors – Simon Russell Beale, Eben Figueiredo and Lyndsey Marshal– come together to tell the story and play all the parts. To book tickets click here General Information Click here for themes and content Ticket prices £65, £55, £45, £35, £25, £15 Family rate 4+ Tickets for £30 each, applicable on £65, £55 and £45 tickets on Mon–Thurs performances. Use promocode FAMILY when you have 4+ tickets in the basket to apply. Not valid w/c 19 & 26 Dec Schools rate Tickets for £25 each, applicable on £65, £55 and £45 tickets on Mon–Thurs performances. 1 complimentary ticket for teacher per 10 students. Not valid w/c 19 & 26 Dec Please email email@example.com to book Access performances Captioned: Tuesday 13 December, 7pm Audio Described (plus touch tour): Thursday 15 December, 2.30pm Email firstname.lastname@example.org to book onto the touch tour Find out more about our Access facilities Length Approx 90 mins, no interval Age Guidance Suitable for 6+
John Gabriel Borkman, once an illustrious entrepreneur, has been brought low by a prison sentence for fraud. As he paces alone in an upstairs room, bankrupt and disgraced, he is obsessed by dreams of his comeback. Downstairs, his estranged wife plots the restoration of the family name. When her sister arrives unannounced, she triggers a desperate showdown with the past. Ibsen’s most contemporary play, in a new version by Lucinda Coxon, is gripping, penetrating and savagely funny. Ticket prices £15, £29.50, £45, £59.50, £75 Premium tickets £99.50 Prices may vary for preview performances and matinees Group Rate Tickets up to £75 reduced to £39.50 each when booking 10+ tickets on Mon-Thurs performances. School Rate £25 tickets for school groups of 10+ tickets (plus 1 free teacher ticket) Monday – Thursday performances only To book click here Email email@example.com for booking and more information. Performance schedule Monday – Saturday: 7.30pm Wednesdays & Saturdays: 2.30pm
ONCE UPON A TIME THERE WAS A LONELY CARPENTER, A CURIOUS CAT, AND A LITTLE WOODEN PUPPET WHO ONE DAY CAME TO LIFE… This Christmas join us for a spectacular new version of the much-loved classic tale as Pinocchio discovers why it’s best to always tell the truth. With a touch of magic from the blue fairy, enter a world of gingerbread villages and snow-capped mountains in this adventure of friendship and family. With special thanks to Charles Holloway, Christmas Production Partner. A family show for everyone 7+. TICKET INFO Sun 6 Nov – Sat 31 Dec Under 18s £13 – £21 / Adults £19 – £29.50 Previews: Under 18s from £11.50 / Adults from £14
It’s been a long, hard winter, but better times are coming as Summer by the River returns to London Bridge City. Starting on 30 May 2022, it promises to revive weary workers, tourists and locals alike with three months of free entertainment set against stunning views of the capital. Running until 2 September, this year’s festival is bringing 1930s Miami vibes to the banks of the Thames over three locations – The Scoop, Hay’s Galleria and The Pier. At The Scoop, Art Deco inspired pop-up bar, The Riverside Terrace, will offer a little slice of South Beach complete with empanadas and piña coladas, while over at The Pier, Taqueria Garcia is bringing the heat with tacos and tequila. London’s largest free festival will celebrate Miami’s infamous party energy across all locations, with an eclectic programme of events that will put smiles on faces of all ages. The programme is themed by day and includes Gospeloke (a karaoke night backed by a live Gospel Choir), Dabbers Bingo (the much-loved game injected with music and performers), Hip Hop Weekender (interactive workshops and dance battles between world-renowned artists), Tears of Jenny Greenteeth (the London debut of a Ballet Folk performance), Twelfth Night (a modern take on the Shakespeare classic – set on Love Island), BBC Introducing (showcasing unsigned artists), Folk and Roots Stage (spotlighting grassroots music talent), Bunker (commissioned for the festival to bring to life WWII stories from local Southwark residents) and Swing Patrol (the well-known dance troupe). The opening week of the festival coincides with Her Majesty The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. London Bridge City is one of the Beacon locations, with its ceremonial lighting on Thursday kicking off proceedings. Over four days, the big screen in The Scoop will air all the official celebrations. Set against a backdrop of historic royal buildings, with entertainment including the Tower Ravens Rapper Sword Dancers, Lewis-Merthr brass band and a tea dance led by Swing Patrol, Summer By The River is the perfect place to mark the milestone. Heading into July, the festival will embrace another British institution – Wimbledon – with the screen in The Scoop showing all of the key matches. This is Summer by the River 2022… and you don’t want to miss a beat.
In a co-production with Chichester Festival Theatre Sharp-witted, wilful and frequently drunk, David Highland has kept a grip on his parish through a combination of disordered charm and high-handed determination. But when his conscience forces him to take a hard line with a parishioner who wants Disney balloons at a family funeral, he finds himself dangerously isolated from public opinion. As his own family begins to fracture, David must face a future that threatens to extinguish not only his position in the town, but everything he stands for. Stephen Beresford’s very funny new play is a deeply humane exploration of family, faith, tradition and tolerance in a rapidly changing world. Three time Olivier winning, Alex Jennings makes his first appearance at The Bridge to lead this eagerly awaited return to the stage by a writer whose work includes The Last of the Haussmans at the National Theatre and the BAFTA-winning Pride. Book here Ticket prices £15, £25, £39.50, £55, £65 Premium tickets £95 Reduced prices for midweek matinees Performance schedule Monday – Saturday: 7.30pm Wednesdays & Saturdays: 2.30pm Length TBD, will include interval Access performances Audio Described: Saturday 30 July 2022, 2.30pm Captioned: Tuesday 9 August 2022, 7.30pm
THE HIT DIGITAL SHOW COMES TO THE STAGE By Justin Audibert Based on an original idea by Samuel Wyer and Justin Audibert Directed by Hannah Quigley 5 STARS THE PERFECT FAMILY SHOW TO GET YOUNGER CHILDREN TALKING AND EXPLORING! A Younger Theatre on the digital show We’re thrilled to announce that our hit digital show for ages 6 – 11 will be adapted for the Unicorn stage in summer 2022. Following the huge success of the digital show and a specially created stage version which toured to London Primary Schools in June 2021, we’re delighted to share this new stage adaptation of Marvin’s Binoculars at our London Bridge home. Marvin loves exploring all the parks around his home in London and finding birds, bugs and animals. On his ninth birthday he’s overjoyed – his very own pair of grown-up, pro binoculars! But then something terrible happens: he loses them, and to get them back, he must face the intimidating park warden. Join Marvin as he discovers wildlife and friendship in the most unlikely places. Touching on themes of racial prejudice, Marvin’s Binoculars is a highly engaging and vibrant show that will inspire children to explore the outdoors in their local green spaces. TICKET INFO £6 – £12 under 18s / £12 – £18 adults Previews 1 – 8 Jun: all tickets £8 under 18s / £10 adults More & tickets
WHEN YOU’RE LITTLE, GETTING DRESSED IS A REALLY BIG DEAL! In this energetic, warm and playfully physical show, we meet a young girl who is obsessed with her very favourite outfits, whatever the weather, despite what her Dad thinks. Get Dressed! is a riotous, fun and touching exploration of the relationship between a child and parent as they negotiate their world together. A play that speaks to children and adults equally, expressing the familiar joys and struggles of family life. TICKET INFO £12 – £14 under 18s / £18 – £20 adults (holiday weekends at top price. Holidays 28 May – 5 Jun) Previews 13 – 19 May: adults £12 / under 18s £10 We have been granted the Society Of London Theatre & UK Theatre’s ‘See It Safely‘ mark, which certifies that we are complying with the latest Government and industry COVID-19 guidelines, to ensure the safety of our staff and audiences. Read more about how we’re keeping you safe in the pandemic. Research and Development in partnership with Body & Soul.