29 Nov - 22 Jul 2018 Ages: Strictly 6 - 18 months

Baby Show

A Unicorn production in association with Theatr Iolo

It's baby's first adventure.

  • Created by Sarah Argent & Kevin Lewis
  • Directed by Sarah Argent
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  • Foyle Studio
  • £10 (combined ticket for 1 baby plus 1 adult)
  • £5 additional adult places available by phone only
  • 10 May 2018 Thu 09.45 LIMITED AVAILABILITY
  • 10 May 2018 Thu 11.45 LIMITED AVAILABILITY
  • 10 May 2018 Thu 13.45 AVAILABLE
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Ages: Strictly 6 - 18 months
Duration: 40 mins (incl. 15 mins playtime)

'...the perfect way to launch a theatre-going habit.' The Guardian

Baby Show is our ever-popular sensory performance with captivating images and intriguing sounds that keep little ones rapt. The show playfully explores getting ready to go outside, read the full review in The Guardian to find out more and check our #BabyShow Storify which brings together audience posts and photos taken by the director. 

We've also created a helpful FAQ sheet with more information about the show and our facilities, and a special offer: book for a morning performance & enjoy a complimentary hot drink with any purchase from our Unicornershop. 



More info

Parent and Baby Mondays

Parent social groups can reserve a space in our foyer most Mondays for free. Contact monday@unicorntheatre.com for details. 


'When was the last time you enjoyed a piece of theatre so much you regularly burst into spontaneous applause, laughed so hard you stole the show an made repeated attempts to rush the stage?' The Guardian 


The experience as a whole was fantastic - I have recommended it to friends. 

I felt that not only did my baby learn something by going, but that I learned something about him.

Very special, intimate, and perfect for little ones. We all loved it!

It was so good it induced a post-show nap :)

The Team

The role of the performer will be shared by Francis Botu, Hannah Boyde, Nadia Clifford, Ben Hadi and Ben Adams.
Photos by Helen Murray and Samuel Taylor.


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