About Us

The Unicorn Theatre is the largest children’s theatre in the UK, specialising in producing new, innovative and ambitious productions for children aged up to 13 years.

Based in our purpose-built home at London Bridge, our venue is a creative space that welcomes around 65,000 families and schools every year, and reaches thousands more across the UK and beyond through touring and online theatre experiences. Creating theatre with the values of curiosity, respect and courage, and working in partnership with schools and communities, we work to connect young people with hopeful stories that question and explore the world.

Artistic Director
Justin Audibert
Executive Director Bailey Lock
Executive Director (maternity cover) Helen Tovey
Honorary Patrons
Joanna David, David Isaacs, Giles Havergal CBE

Board of Directors
Dr Vanessa Ogden (Chair), Simon Davidson, Axa Hynes, Henny Finch, Prema Mehta, Agnes Quashie, Colin Simon, Piers Torday

Ambassadors HRH The Duchess of Cornwall (Patron), Juliet Stevenson (President), Quentin Blake, Joanna David, Dame Judi Dench, Mel Giedroyc, Mishal Husain, Jude Law, Michael Morpurgo, Philip Pullman, Meera Syal

The Unicorn is a registered charity no.225751 and is proud to be an Arts Council England National Portfolio organisation.

Awards

The Unicorn has won nine awards and been nominated for a further 18 awards since 2012. Awards include the Peter Brook Award in 2014, five Off West End Production awards for shows for young people, a Writers Guild Award in 2014, a TMA UK award in 2013 and a Fringe First in 2012.

Sustainability Policy

The Unicorn Theatre is committed to a policy of continual improvement in identifying, understanding, monitoring and reducing environmental impacts, preventing pollution and identifying and complying with environmental legislation. Our sustainability policy and associated strategy to deliver environmental management is regularly reviewed and amended according to the changing nature of our operations. Our sustainability policy can be downloaded here (PDF).
 

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