“You have probably worked this out by now, but I’m a Unicorn. It’s the name given to girls like me because of our extreme rarity. We are exotic beasts, to be hunted and slain. Oh and we’re dead horny!”
Tom Brennan directs Alice Lamb in Sam Potter’s provocative and unflinching play The Unicorn.
After her life takes an unexpected turn, Andrea finds herself overwhelmed by feelings of frustration and depression. She attempts to combat her loneliness through casual sex, but what starts as a distraction, soon threatens to take over her life.
Sam Potter’s searing new play is a darkly comic and evocative portrait of a woman driven to extremes in this vivid examination of obsession, desire and despair.
“Alice Lamb is simply astounding” – Daily Info
Content warning: strong graphic language, sexual content, addiction, grief, death, strobe lighting.
★★★★★ “An astounding hour of theatre ” – The Wee Review
★★★★ “An absolute winner” – West End Best Friend)
★★★★ “A beacon for those suffering from addiction” – Everything Theatre
★★★★ “Powerfully presented and well written” – UK Theatre Web
★★★★ ““A brilliantly crafted production.”” – Theatre Life