Rules are made to be broken, so 11-year-old Jasmine is going to break them all. And be back in time for tea.
Hip hop, dance and theatre collide in this new outdoor musical from Middle Child, in association with Beats Bus.
Join 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.
There Should Be Unicorns is a free outdoor performance at Stage @TheDock, with free face painting from Fantastic Faces.
Beats Bus is a Hull charity that provides hip hop workshops to school children in Hull, which build confidence and give young people a voice.
There Should Be Unicorns is written by Luke Barnes, with music by James Frewer and Kobby Taylor.
There Should Be Unicorns is supported by Wykeland Group, Without Walls, Freedom Festival Arts Trust, Hull City Council, Foyle Foundation and Garfield Weston.
Both performances on Sunday 8 May will be interpreted by Dave Wycherley.
There Should Be Unicorns includes integrated audio description.
Running time: Approx. 55 minutes, no interval
Age guidance: 6+
Themes include bullying, with mentions of parental divorce and serious illness of a parent
Sat 7 May – 11am; 2pm
Sun 8 May – 11am; 2pm