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The Hunting Lodge

A Unicorn Production

The party isn’t quite over yet.

  • By Ignace Cornelissen
  • Translated and directed by Purni Morell

You can’t dance with the prince. I don’t want the competition.

There was once a cleaner who married a prince. They lived happily ever after. But that’s not where the story ends…

The prince got ditched five years ago. His mum thinks he needs to get back out there and meet someone, so she’s throwing a party – which is good news for Daisy. Daisy has a plan; everything is lining up perfectly and she’s going to bag her prince. But Charlotte arrives, somewhat unexpectedly, and Daisy’s not happy about it. 

Written by Belgian playwright, Ignace Cornelissen (Henry the Fifth) and directed by Unicorn’s Artistic Director, Purni Morell (The Velveteen Rabbit and Baddies: the Musical), The Hunting Lodge is a playful side-swipe at society’s obsessions with celebrity and its unrealistic romantic ideals. 

This is modern and feisty love story gone wrong for tweens and teens everywhere.

Please note: very occasionally, strong language is used in this show.

REHEARSAL PHOTOS by Helen Murray









FOR SCHOOLS (SUITABLE FOR YEARS 7 - 13)

Schools tickets from £7.50. 
Teacher CPD: Wed 11 Jan, 4.30-7pm | FREE
Download The Hunting Lodge resource pack (PDF, 2.92MB)
Got a question? Contact schools@unicorntheatre.com

Access performances

Book tickets and find out more about access at the Unicorn.

If you are attending a relaxed performance, a visual story will be made available ahead of your visit. Contact our Box Office team on 020 7645 0560 to book.

Captioned performance
Thursday 23 February 2017, 19.00
Relaxed Performance
Tuesday 21 February 2017, 11.00
Touch tours
Saturday 25 February 2017, 14.00
Tuesday 28 February 2017, 11.00

UNICORN LATE: 16 FEB, 7PM

An evening performance, followed by a late bar and live music in the foyer. Visit the Unicornershop for a 3 for 2 offer on locally brewed craft beer. 

INSIGHT DISCUSSIONS

Join us for a free post-show insight discussion after these performances: 
Wed 8 Feb, 2pm
Fri 10 Feb, 11am
Tue 14 Feb, 2pm
Thu 16 Feb, 7pm 
Fri 17 Feb, 2pm 
Thu 23 Feb, 2pm 
Tue 28 Feb, 11am 
Fri 3 Mar, 7pm

 

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