Lion & Unicorn Theatre
Approx. capacity: 60
The Lion & Unicorn Theatre is located just minutes away from Kentish Town tube station, in leafy Gaisford Street. This wonderfully intimate black box theatre space above the Lion & Unicorn Pub hosts a variety of exciting productions all year round, including those produced by the venue's own Giant Olive Theatre Company as well as hosting visiting company productions. Under the new direction of Giant Olive, the Lion & Unicorn theatre has quickly developed a reputation for quality, dynamic and innovative productions spanning Classical Works, New Writing, Dance Theatre and supporting new Industry Graduates.
The nearest tube station is Kentish Town.
The nearest train station is Kentish Town.
The venue is in central London so it is advised that you use public transport where possible. 42-44 Gaisford Street, Kentish Town, London NW5 2ED
Bus numbers 46, 134 and 214.
There is very limited street parking around the venue so travelling by car is not advised.
There is no wheelchair access at the venue.
General Access Info
There is no disabled access at the venue.
Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. No refund will be issued for under 16s that are unaccompanied by an adult.
More Information about Siren Song Tickets
By Lisa McMullin
Music by Cerys Hogg Directed by Lisa McMullin
The Lion & Unicorn Theatre presents a darkly comic tale of a twisted modern romance.
"I'm not sure getting drunk is the answer..." "Well then you obviously didn't understand the question."
Have you ever fallen in love with somebody you shouldn't have? Sometimes just being near them is enough, not quite enough...but almost.
Set in a city nightspot, Lisa McMullin's new play Siren Song is a trilogy of unrequited love stories; three tales that unfold over three consecutive nights involving three central characters, Tom, Kay and Stuart. Then there's Henry....
Henry knows a secret. He also knows that there are worse things than a broken heart. There's a recession, failing businesses, unemployment, homelessness and humiliation.
Most importantly he knows that in the end it doesn't matter does it? It doesn't matter at all.
Who loved who - who kissed who - who cares?
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