Unicorn Theatre


Saturday Morning Club

The Saturday Morning Club is a theatre club for Grades 2-6. Click here for more information.

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Club, can be for any amount.

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“Toad of Toad Hall” is based on the classic children’s story “The Wind in the Willows” by Kenneth Grahame. It is a delightful play with music that follows the adventures of the conceited, arrogant, but lovable Mr. Toad and his friends, Mole, Ratty and Badger, who lived deep in the beautiful English countryside quite a long time ago.

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Newsies, 2022

The Saturday Morning Club is a fun theatre club for boys and girls in Grades 2-6 who are interested in acting and other performing arts. Click here for more information and a Registration Form.

Click here for more information and a Registration Form

What is Unicorn Theatre?

Do you like to act, sing or dance?

Do you long to perform on stage?

Do you want to learn more about theatre?

Are you in Grade 7 and up and would like to write and act in your own plays or work on Costumes, Set and Props or backstage?

Do you enjoy going to excellent plays and musicals performed by young people?

If you've answered "yes" to one or more of these questions you should check out this website, which is all about the Unicorn Theatre of Head of St. Margaret's Bay, Nova Scotia.

It's a wonderful place where young people from Grade 1 through Grade 12 can take part in many theatrical activities, and where young people of all ages (and their parents) can enjoy a program of excellent live theatre created especially for them.

Matilda Jr, 2022
'Let it Go'FROZEN Jr. 2021
'Daughters of Triton'The Little Mermaid Jr. 2021
Cinderella, 2012

The Unicorn Theatre is a proud Bay Treasure Chest partner. The support of the Bay Treasure Chest has made it possible for Unicorn to offer even more extraordinary theatrical experiences to young people both as actors and audience members.