‘I Believe in Unicorns’ showing at Vaudeville Theatre

Wizard presents I believe in unicorns by Michael Morpurgo

This intimate show is set in a library full of books that hold more than stories within their pages. It is a tale of the power of books, and the bravery of a young boy called Tomas. Tomas hates school, books and stories but, forced to visit the library his world is turned upside down the day that he meets the unicorn lady there, he stops to listen to magical tales that she tells and he is drawn in…. an enchanting and interactive show, I believe in unicorns sparks imagination in both young and old, and challenges you not believe in unicorns after joining Tomas’s spellbinding journey.

Set against the backdrop of war-torn Europe, “I Believe in Unicorns” explores the power of stories to transform lives.

What the critics say:

‘breathtakingly beautiful and utterly charming…a must see’ primary times

‘an utterly magical stage adaptation of michael morpurgo’s enthralling children’s tale’ the stage

‘a captivating show, beautifully performed, multi layered and surprising’ brighton festival*

* I believe in unicorns won the argus angel award at the brighton festival

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West end run

  • appearing at vaudeville theatre for a strictly limited run from 8 to 31 august
  •  ticket prices £17.50
  •  34 performances overall at a capacity of 677 per performance
  •  running time: 57mins (no interval)
  •  recommended Age: 5-11 years and anyone who loves great stories
  • websites: ibelieveinunicorns.co.uk and wizardpresents.co.uk

Performance schedule: (3 weeks only)

Fri 8 August – 11am & 7pm

Sat 9 August – 11am

Sun 10 August – 10:30am

Mon 11 August – 11am & 2pm

Tue 12 August – 11am & 2pm Thu 14 August – 11am & 7pm

Fri 15 August – 11am & 7pm

Sat 16 August – 11am

Sun 17 August – 10:30am

Mon 18 August – 11am & 2pm

Tue 19 August – 11am & 7pm Thu 21 August – 11am & 7pm

Fri 22 August – 11am & 7pm

Sat 23 August – 11am

Sun 24 August – 10:30am

Mon 25 August – 11am, 2pm & 7pm

Tue 26 August – 11am & 2pm

Thu 28 August – 7pm

Friday 29 August – 11am & 7pm

Sat 30 August – 11am

Sun 31 August – 10:30am

The show is only running at the Vaudeville Theatre for weeks only, so book tickets quickly!

A moving play that shows us the importance of books, community and the devastation of war…..with hope at the end. I can not wait to watch the show for myself and for the children to experience a magical show based on the best-selling children’s author Michael Morpurgo’s enchanting tale to life.

This post s brought to you as a sponsored post, I have received no payment but will be reviewing the show in return for some tickets. Thank you to www.bookends.com

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