21 Mar - 28 Apr 2019 Age guide: 6 - 10

The Show In Which Hopefully Nothing Happens

A Unicorn / Theater Artemis Production (the Netherlands)

How boring can theatre be?

  • Created and directed by Jetse Batelaan
  • Originally devised with cast members Martin Hofstra and René Geerlings
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  • Under 18s: £10  
  • Adults: £10 - £16 
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  • 21 Mar 2019 Thu 11.00 AVAILABLE
  • 22 Mar 2019 Fri 11.00 LIMITED AVAILABILITY
  • 23 Mar 2019 Sat 14.00 AVAILABLE
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Age guide: 6 - 10
Duration: Approx 1 hr

★★★★ ‘Confusing and above all hilarious’ Theaterkrant

Welcome to the most boring show in history: an actor who never gets to perform and a security guard who just hopes nothing will occur.

Created in the Netherlands, this carefully crafted, absurdist masterpiece of hope, humour and failure has been adored by critics and children across Europe, the US and Canada for the last 12 years.

Theater Artemis return to the Unicorn following the hilarious show The Man Who Knows It All (2017).

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Ticket Offers

Preview prices 21 - 28 Mar: All tickets £10

Family & Friends offer from 29 Mar: Buy 4 tickets and save 15% (must include 1 adult / child ticket and excludes other offers). 

For Schools (Suitable for years 2 - 5)

School tickets from £7 | more information
Got a question? Contact schools@unicorntheatre.com

In the Press

‘Steals the heart’ VSCD Cricket Jury

'The kind of production that twists your outlook on the world' NRC Handelsblad

Cast & Creative Team

Created and Directed by Jetse Batelaan 
Show image by Peter Schiazza


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