HOW TO BOOK TICKETS

Tickets will be available from Sunday 12 December at 09:00. You will then be able to BUY ONLINE at WeGotTicketsPlease note there is a 10% transaction fee payable. They will send you a confirmatory email which you can bring with you to act as your ticket(s) on the door. 


Click on this logo to access our online sales page.

TICKET PROBLEMS?

PLEASE NOTE - if you have any queries about re-selling your tickets, or about mislaid confirmatory emails, you will need to contact We Got Tickets. Their FAQ section covers most usual queries.

THE IMPACT OF COVID RESTRICTIONS

We will be hoping to sell out to the theatre's capacity. Our Front of House team will do their very best to seat people together -- but please arrive in good time or this may not be possible.

COVID RESTRICTIONS? We don't know where the country will be by March, but there's still a chance that government advice might require venues to ensure customers wear masks indoors, and can provide evidence of having had both jabs - or a negative test result the day before the event. 

Sounds like a good reason to get those jabs done!

The Unicorn Theatre is part of Abingdon Abbey Buildings - a scheduled ancient monument. There are lots of steps and awkward changes of level throughout the building. There is, effectively, no wheelchair access and the buildings do pose major challenges for anyone with mobility issues.

We have sold this show to the theatre's capacity. Our Front of House team will do their very best to seat people together -- but please arrive in good time or this may not be possible.

THE CORONAVIRUS AND US

COVID RESTRICTIONS? Although normality is returning, we are still taking care to ensure that Covid does not disrupt our production. This includes wearing masks, being vaccinated and washing hands regularly. We'd be grateful if our audiences could also help us all to stay safe and well....

HOW CAN YOU HELP? The Unicorn is quite an intimate setting so, for eveyone's well-being, it would be good if our audiences are either double-vaccinated, or have a negative rapid flow test within 24 hours of arriving at the theatre.

We're not Wembley or Wimbledon of course, so we won't be geared up to checking everyone - but this is something all of us (on and off stage) can do to make this a comfortable and safer event.