Unicorn Theatre Schools programme

We know how important forward-planning is for teachers, so we've now programmed all our new shows and teacher CPD days for the next academic year. We're proud to be collaborating with some of the UK and Europe's best theatre-makers to create work that is brave, original and pushes the boundaries of what theatre for teenagers can be.

Posted: 06/10/2014

Apart from its inherent value, a visit to the theatre can stimulate
a whole term of rich and creative work back at school. Our resources are
available to download now from the schools section of our website, so that you can have a
read and find out about each production before you book.

Early Bird Offer: Book for two or more shows before the end of July and
get 25% off (£7.50 p/ticket). Box Office 020 7645 0560.

Nigeria Became

A new play by Gbolahan Obisesan about a group of actors trying to put on a play about the formation of Nigeria in 1914 (writer of Mad About the Boy) (for year 7). Programmed for Black History month; a troupe of actors perform The Spear of
Shango, a story about a young woman who must use her strength and agility to
save her father’s kingdom, for the inauguration of the newly formed Nigeria in
9th October – 9th November
CPD day Fri 12 Sep
Resource pack available here 

Girls Like That
Girls Like That is an urgent and explosive play that explores gender equality and the pressures on today’s digital generation.  A New play about teenagers, gender, social media and online sharing by the award-winning playwright Evan Placey (for year 9+). 
6 November – 22 November 2014
CPD day Thur 16 Oct
Resource pack available here  

The Caucasian Chalk Circle
A bold and inventive new production of Brecht’s moral masterpiece, accompanied by a live and origional soundtrack. Brecht’s 1944 epic-theatre classic (for year 7+). 
16 January – 21 March 2015
CPD day Thur 27 Nov  
Resource pack available to download early June

Fight Night 
An interactive voting show by provocative and internationally acclaimed Belgian theatre-makers Ontroerend Goed (for year 9+) 
16 April – 3 May 2015  

"Just to say a huge thanks ... I am looking forward to progressing with this project thanks to your support, advice and guidance"

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