Go down the rabbit hole with Alice in Wonderland this Winter
Join the Mad Hatter and the Queen of Hearts in a magical Wonderland this winter.
The Polka Theatre will be putting on a traditional production of Lewis Carroll’s 1865 classic tale, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.
In a new twist, the show will take audiences on an adventure to meet a thoroughly modern Alice who, when exploring her attic on a cold winter’s day, is met by the white rabbit.
In a flash Alice’s attic is transformed into a fantastical wonderland filled with strange and wonderful creatures as she embarks on her magical adventure in Wonderland. Written by Simon Reade with set designs by Ti Green the team is promising to bring Carroll’s vivid world to life with colour, music and contemporary set design.
Rosamunde Hutt, the shows director, said: "It’s a great thrill to be creating a brand new production of this extraordinary book.
"Whether we are six or sixty the story weaves a fascinating spell.
"Come and join us as we travel through Wonderland with Alice and let’s hope we get home safe and sound by teatime."
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland; Polka Theatre, 240 Broadway, Wimbledon; November 22 to February 15, 2014; 6+ years; £16 (concessions £11); polkatheatre.com; 020 8543 4888
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