Olivier Award nominated Wizard Presents brings best-selling children's author Michael Morpurgo's treasured story, I Believe in Unicorns to the Vaudeville Theatre for a stictly limited season.
This intimate show is set in a library full of books that hold more than stories within their pages. It is a tale of the power of books, and the bravery of a young boy called Tomas. Tomas loves playing in the mountains where he lives and hates reading and school, but his world is turned upside down the day he meets the Unicorn Lady (Danyah Miller) in his local library...
★★★★★ 'An absolute delight…for both adults and children alike. A terrific show. One of my favourite shows of the Fringe so far' One4Review
'Breathtakingly beautiful and utterly charming… a must see at this year’s fringe' Primary Times Edinburgh
★★★★★ 'A really powerful story…I loved it' The Edinburgh Fringe Show
'MUST SEE SHOW – Wizard Presents creates an utterly magical stage
adaptation of Michael Morpurgo’s enthralling children’s tale' The Stage
An enchanting and interactive show, I Believe in Unicorns sparks imagination in both young and old, and challenges you not believe in unicorns after joining Tomas's spellbinding journey.
Book your I Believe in Unicorns tickets today!
Age restrictionSee Information section
Running time1 hour with no interval
Performance dates1 to 30 August 2015
Recommended age for content is 5-6 plus, however under 5s are admitted. Aged 3 and over must have their own ticket; under 3 can go free but please announce yourself on arrival to get a 'baby ticket'.
Price band A reduced to £15 and Band B to £10 in August. BOOK BY 30 August
Something A Little Different... Theatre Outside The Box
Last year, London played host to some of the most intuitive and exciting theatrical experiences. The immersive theatre specialists, Punchdrunk, took over a former postal sorting office in Waterloo and created the extraordinary 1960s world of Temple Studios, whilst The Kindness Of Strangers took five audience members at a time on an ambulance tour criticising the disintegration of the NHS. Whilst, arguably, last year was the pinnacle of pioneering theatre, this summer also displays a continued interest in stretching boundaries.
28 Jul, 2015 | By Harry Tennison