20 May - 1 Jul 2020 For everyone

Schools Programme 2019/20

  • ‘I absolutely love what the Unicorn does for our school - it is engaging, motivating and inspiring in equal measure!' Headteacher

Visit our Primary and Secondary webpages for full details or sign up to our teacher mailing list to stay in the get regular schools' focussed updates.

If you'd like a chat about any aspect of our programme, or make a booking contact schools@unicorntheatre.com.

Applications are currently open for our Collaborate partnership for 2019-20
We are looking for one primary, one secondary and one SEN school to shape wider educational practice with us. Primary & Primary SEN Info | Secondary & Secondary SEN Info

SUMMER 2019 SEASON

Dido
For School Years 7 & above
11 May - 2 Jun 2019
Free teacher resources available
The English National Opera and the Unicorn join forces to create a new production of Purcell’s powerful masterpiece.

Aesop's Fables (ages 4 - 7)
For Reception - School Year 2
16 Jun - 4 Aug 2019
Free teacher resources available
A celebration of ancient and new. A tribute to how fresh, bold and vibrant these classics remain today.

Aesop's Fables (ages 8 - 12)
For School Years 3 - 7

Free teacher resources available
A celebration of ancient and new. A tribute to how fresh, bold and vibrant these classics remain today.

SEASON 2019-20

Anansi the Spider
For Nursery – Year 2
18 Sep - 27 Oct 2019
Free teacher resources available
Free teacher CPD: Mon 16 Sep, 10am – 4pm
In celebration of Black History Month, these classic West African and Caribbean tales about the spider hoaxster are brought vividly to life.

Maggot Moon
For School Years 6 – 9
26 Sep - 27 Oct 2019
Free teacher resources available
Free teacher CPD: Fri 20 Sep, 10am – 4pm 
Live drawing, cameras and projection bring the sinister 1950s Britain of Sally Gardner's dazzlingly original, award-winning novel to life.

Oscar Wilde's The Canterville Ghost
For School Years 3 – 11
10 Nov 2019 - 5 Jan 2020
Free teacher resources available
Free teacher CPD: Mon 14 Oct, 10am – 4pm 
This wonderfully witty, delightfully spooky retelling of Oscar Wilde’s 1887 comic novel is brought to life this Christmas with spine-tingling magic, spectacular illusions and ghoulish effects.

The Wolf, the Duck and the Mouse
For Nursery – School Year 2
15 Nov 2019 - 5 Jan 2020
An adaptation of Mac Barnett and Jon Klassen’s brilliantly subversive picture
book which finds joy and friendship in the darkest and most unusual of places.
 

The Bee In Me
For School Years 4 – 7
31 Jan - 1 Mar 2020
Free teacher resources available
Free teacher CPD: Mon 25 Nov, 10am - 4pm 
One ordinary boy living an ordinary life, with every day the same. But today is different. Today is a game. Today he has wings...

I, Cinna (the poet)
For School Years 7 - 9
5 Feb - 29 Feb 2020
Free teacher resources available
Free teacher CPD: Thu 16 Jan, 4.30 - 7pm
From internationally renowned playwright and theatre maker Tim Crouch, join Julius Caesar's unluckiest character as he invites us, the audience, to write with him, live.

Gulliver's Travels
For School Years 3 – 11
15 Mar - 2 May 2020
Free teacher resources available
Free teacher CPD: Fri 24 Jan, 10am - 4pm
Jonathan Swift's surreal masterpiece is vividly brought to life in this blend of film and live performance this Easter.

Wild
For Nursery – Year 1
17 Mar - 3 May 2020
Free teacher resources available
Free teacher CPD: Mon 2 Mar, 2pm - 4.30pm
This energetic story, based on Emily Hughes' gorgeous picture-book, celebrates the free spirit in us all. 

Robotology
Reception – Year 2
19 May - 21 Jun 2020 
A sci-fi inspired summer show about the future, friendships and robots. Can you really be friends with a machine?

FREE TEACHER CPD

Our popular training days combine an active, creative exploration of the play with practical training in the use of drama, supporting you to feel confident using our resource packs to explore the productions back at school. Primary info / Secondary info

HOW TO BOOK TICKETS

Call the Box Office on 020 7645 0560 or use our online booking form. We're happy to provisionally reserve tickets for one week.

Non-fee-paying schools £10 per pupil (one teacher free per 10 booked)

Fee-paying schools £10 per pupil / £12 for The Wolf, the Duck and the Mouse, Wild and Gulliver’s Travels / £14 for Oscar Wilde’s The Canterville Ghost (one teacher free per 10 booked)

OFFERS & SUPPORT

We have introduced a number of new partnerships in order to support non-fee-paying schools in the face of cuts.

Unicorn Schools Club (for non-fee-paying schools)
Our scheme offering cheaper tickets for schools who want to put a whole schools focus on creative learning. Tickets from £7 plus other benefits. Info Pack & Online Application Form

Early Bird Offer (for non-fee-paying schools)
For non-fee-paying schools, tickets are £8.50 per pupil if you book for two or more shows before 31 July 2019

Access School Partnership (for non-fee-paying schools)
We're offering trips to relaxed, captioned & audio-described performances at highly subsidised rates. Info Pack & Application Form Apply by 12 Jun.

Subsidised Tickets (for non-fee-paying schools)
Apply to be considered for part- or fully-subsidised tickets offers as and when we are able to offer them. Schools with high levels of need will be prioritised. Apply using our Online Application Form. 

FIND US

The nearest tube is London Bridge, between a 5–10 minute walk away. Coach parking is available on Tooley Street.

GET IN TOUCH

Give us a call on 020 7645 0560 or email schools@unicorntheatre.com.

USEFUL DOWNLOADS

Useful information for schools

Online booking form

Ice cream & refreshments pre-order form & ingredient information

Risk assessment information for our Clore and Weston theatres

Making a Difference in Schools - case studies doc

More info

 

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