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We are a short 5 - 10 minute walk from London Bridge station. Follow the London Bridge Station / Tooley Street exit, walk down Tooley Street towards Tower Bridge and you'll find us on the left hand side - just after Brigade restaurant.
Tooley Street is a red route and there is no parking available at the theatre. We recommend QPark Tower Bridge, 5 mins walk away. There is a coach drop off point at a temporarily closed bus stop opposite Southwark Council offices, very close to the theatre. There are short stay coach parking options by Tower Hill and Tate Modern.
Unicornershop located in the foyer, is open an hour before the performance and sells a range of delicious locally made cakes and savouries, healthy snacks, Fairtrade tea and coffee and a selection of soft or alcoholic drinks as well as a fantastic collection of ethically sourced toys and gifts at pocket money prices.
For detailed access information please visit the theatre's access page: www.unicorntheatre.com/access-at-the-unicorn
The Unicorn Theatre offers a unique focus to the West End scene as one of the UK’s leading theatres for young audiences. It produces a diverse and exciting programme throughout the year for children aged between 6 months and 18 years old. The Unicorn designs its work to engage with all children through its large range of artistic disciplines. Its aim is to connect artists and audiences through work that is honest, refreshing and has an international focus. The group was founded in 1947 and was based in the Arts Theatre. During this time, it held a programme of afternoon shows for children and evening shows produced by Arts Theatre’s West End Productions. In 2005, the company opened the doors to its purpose-built theatre designed by Keith Williams. This venue is located on Tooley Street in London Bridge and contains two theatres, an education studio and a rehearsal space. The larger of the theatres has a capacity of 290 seats, and the more intimate studio theatre has a capacity of 100. The theatre presents and tours to around 80,000 children, parents and carers every year, taking a catalogue of twenty shows with them. Both home and abroad the theatre works extensively with schools and their communities to encourage children from all cultures to discuss art and the world around them.
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