Flutter your capes and zhuzh up your rainbows – we have a new show coming to town!
There Should Be Unicorns is a hip hop family musical coming to Stage @ The Dock in Hull from 7-8 May, made in association with Beats Bus.
Join 11-year-old Jasmine on an adventure to make the world a better place, powered only by her imagination and a belief in unicorns.
Come dressed as the superhero version of yourself and help Jasmine take on the bullies, villains and ideas that shape the world around her.
In the show Jasmine’s dad inspires her to rebel against the pressure to conform and put herself first as she gets ready to move to senior school.
We’d love to see families from across Hull turn out in fancy dress to support Jasmine in her quest and free face painting will be available all weekend, from Fantastic Faces.
Kobby Taylor leading a Beats Bus workshop
Free tickets, available 30 March
They go on-sale through the Middle Child website at 12 noon, Wednesday 30 March.
For the first time at a Middle Child show we are providing integrated audio description in all performances, alongside BSL interpretation on Sunday 8 May.
The venue also opens an hour before the show and you’re welcome to bring in food from the many independent shops and cafes around the Fruit Market.
There Should Be Unicorns premieres in Hull, before heading on a national tour of outdoor festivals, including a return to Freedom Festival, so come join us for a kick-ass opening weekend!
There Should Be Unicorns is supported by Wykeland Group, Without Walls, Freedom Festival Arts Trust, Hull City Council, Foyle Foundation and Garfield Weston.