Age Restriction: 6 Years+
One of the hit shows that is set to entice younger theatregoers this summer, I Believe In Unicorns return to the Vaudeville Theatre from August 2015. It will offer audiences the chance to relish in storytelling and experience another stage adaptation of the work of Michael Morpurgo.
Morpurgo, of course, is best known as the writer of War Horse, which was adapted to the stage for the National Theatre before taking pride of place at the West End’s New London theatre. Beyond that, another of his books has been adapted to the stage in recent years as the National Youth Theatre presented Private Peaceful at the Ambassadors Theatre in 2014.
But I Believe In Unicorns is a very different story that takes audiences on a unique and imaginative journey. In the one-woman show, we are introduced to the character of Tomas, who has decided that he hates books and hates reading, hoping instead to play in the mountains that he calls his home. However, he may change his mind when he meets the Unicorn Lady, who tells him some stories that will make his time in the library amongst the best of his life.
Michael Morpurgo, in addition to penning the numerous stories that have been adapted for the stage, has also penned a range of additional hits, including The Sandman And The Turtle, The Goose Is Getting Fat and Wombat Goes Walkabout, among others. His work was honoured in 2003 when he was named the Children’s Laureate, a title he held until 2005 before Jacqueline Wilson replaced him.
I Believe In Unicorns runs at the Vaudeville Theatre in the summer, with an opening date of Saturday 1st August 2015.
|Booking From:||Sunday, 30th August 2015|
|Booking Until:||Sunday, 30th August 2015|
|Running Time:||1 hour|
|Age Restriction:||6 Years+|
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