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We visited on Sunday morning to watch Seasaw - and have taken our daughter (who is three) to multiple shows since she was a few months old.
Every performance is brilliantly well done, incredibly engaging, fun, often interactive - and a joy to watch. We...More
Othello yesterday was excellent.
Loosely based on Shakespeare's play ,it deals with deceipt, love, pride, revenge .
The characters were well crafted and believable and at just over an hour the kids don't get too fidgety.
Tickets here are never too expensive and with other...More
Went to see the Velveteen Rabbitt in late December. What a great show and theatre space. The show was very clever and did so much with a relatively small cast and stage. The actors and the live music were great. The theatre is doing a...More
Saw The Baby Show here, my little ones loved it. Unfortunately, all the food was finished at around noon. Strange. What we did have was a wheat free sandwich (terrible), and a vegetable tart (nice).
There's nowhere to park nearby so we had to use...More
Visited the Unicorn Theatre in London by London Bridge with lots of kids aged 7 today. We went to watch The Velveteen Rabbit. The venue is very welcoming and has lots of bright areas for kids to be kept busy before and after the show....More
Date of experience: March 2017
Thank Eva P
Unicorn T, Manager at Unicorn Theatre, responded to this reviewResponded 30 March 2017
Hi Eva P,
Thank you so much for the 5 star review and this wonderful feedback. Hope to see you again very soon.
Have a lovely day
Fantastic show. DD8 and DS6 were totally mesmerised. Great venue. Highly recommend both the show and the theatre. Ticket prices were just right too. Can't wait to go back. 5 mins walk from London Bridge train station.
Date of experience: February 2017
Unicorn T, Manager at Unicorn Theatre, responded to this reviewResponded 14 February 2017
Thank you so much for visiting us, this lovely review and recommending us - how wonderful. We look forward to seeing you again soon!
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