21 Aug - 1 Jan 2019


We tour widely around the UK and internationally, taking great Unicorn productions to new audiences far and wide.

This year our world premiere co-production The End of Eddy, made with Untitled Projects, will open at Edinburgh International Festival and visit the Dublin Theatre Festival before a busy rural tour. Our much loved classic The Velveteen Rabbit will also undertake a major Christmas run at the Seattle Children’s Theatre. We'll update this page as more tours are announced. 

The End of Eddy 

21–26 Aug 2018
The Studio, Edinburgh International Festival

“My crime wasn't doing something. My crime was being something. Being different in a way everyone else could see.”

Born into poverty in an isolated village in rural France, a boy grows up amongst hard men and women living hard and violent lives. Relentlessly bullied for being gay, this is the story of Eddy’s struggle to understand who he is, who he might become, and his fight to escape.

Written when he was just 21 and combining vivid storytelling with frank reflections on sexuality, class and power, Édouard Louis’ acclaimed autobiographical novel of hope, love, lust and anger is both unflinchingly honest and hugely entertaining.

Duration approx 1 hr 30 mins
For ages 16 - adult
Contains explicit sexual references and frequent use of strong language.

Supported by the National Lottery through Creative Scotland’s Open Project Fund


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The Velveteen Rabbit

1 Nov - 30 Dec 2018
Seattle Children's Theatre

Real isn't how you are made. It's a thing that happens to you. 

The Velveteen Rabbit is a heart-warming story about a very shy toy rabbit who longs for nothing more than to become real. He spends his days waiting patiently on the nursery floor, watching the Boy play with other toys and dreaming of being picked up and loved. And then, one day, he is rediscovered and all his hopes start to come true...

This bold and adventure-filled adaptation plays in Seattle for the first time, following a Broadway transfer. 

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