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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.

Maria Morena Lion And Unicorn
Maria Morena

21st October-»22nd October

A spectacular and surprising show with original music and songs that brings all the spectacle of the big theatre productions to small venues. This musical comedy show tells the funny story of a young Spanish farm girl that travels to London to fulfil her dream of becoming a ‘Superstar’. More than 2000 computer controlled LED lights, film digital special effects, neon lights, spectacularly designed costumes and a powerful inspiring message awaits you in one of the biggest productions ever seen on The Lion and Unicorn stage

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Sophie, Ben and Other Problems

25th October-»1st November

Sophie and Ben love each other a lot, but sometimes, they make that a bit too difficult for themselves. Two twenty-somethings who are trying to find their way in the world, they guide us through their lives of low-key alcoholism, deeply rooted regret, and unfortunate sexual mishaps. Join Sophie and Ben as they impart some words of wisdom on life, love, and modern day millennial relationships in this new play which is written by Conor Burke

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The Jungle Book

25th October-»29th October

“It was seven o’clock of a very warm evening in the Seeonee hills when Father Wolf woke up from his day’s rest, scratched himself, yawned, and spread out his paws one after the other to get rid of the sleepy feeling in their tips.” A brand new adaptation of The Jungle Books, by Rudyard Kipling. High energy, storytelling theatre for families. Especially suitable for children aged 4+

The Ballad of Reading Gaol
The Ballad Of Reading Gaol

2nd November-»4th November

The Ballad of Reading Gaol was the poet and writer Oscar Wilde's final work. Proforça Theatre Company presents a visceral new staging of Oscar Wilde's haunting and evocative piece which explores oppression, censorship, and conformity in an ever more conservative society. This adaptation of the Ballad of Reading Gaol mixes the power and grotesque beauty of Wilde's words with the anger, scandal and salacious gossip of his criminal trial to tell the story of the punishment and despair experienced by prisoners at the turn of the century

Hommo
Hommo

16th November-»19th November

'Hommo' deals with the eroticism of masculinity. It follows two men as they prepare to kill a woman, and concurrently seduce another woman. The narratives run alongside each other as the men try to achieve their ideals of manhood. These extremities of violence and desire seek to expose the powerful undercurrents of sexuality in hyper-masculine relationships and interactions. The play confronts and criticises modern masculinity, presenting a naked vision of the hidden sexuality of gender

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Awkward Conversations...

13th November-»29th November

'Awkward Conversations With Animals I've F****d'. One-night stands are awkward. One-night stands with animals are more awkward. And when you’re as desperate to please as Bobby, things get awkward as f*ck. He’s just a guy with too much love to give, and a burning desire to give it to consensual adult mammals

8 Women
8 Women

7th December-»9th December

At an isolated mansion in the snowy countryside of 1950s France, a family is gathered for the holiday season. But there will be no celebration -- their beloved patriarch has been murdered! The killer can only be one of the eight women closest to the man of the house. Comedic situations arise with the revelations of dark family secrets. Eight women. Each is a suspect. One of them is guilty. Which one is it?