Curtain could fall on children's theatre;In brief

5th June 1998 at 01:00
The Unicorn, the 50-year-old children's theatre, will close unless it can raise about pound;200,000. The company depends on income from evening shows in its base, the Arts Theatre near Leicester Square. But last year several productions closed prematurely leaving the Unicorn pound;50,000 in debt.

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