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Alice - Behind the Scenes at the Wonderland Cabaret archiveLadies and Gentleman, take your seats, The Wonderland Cabaret is about to begin...Let us whirl you away from the drudgery, the inevitability, the tedium of the daily grind and transport you to a fantastical world where lobsters dance, caterpillars smoke, a Queen dances and the belle of the ball will wow you with her chorus of flamingos. Alice falls through her seat and finds herself backstage. As she wanders around trying to make her way back to the front of the stage, she encounters some of the characters that make up the Cabaret and finds that the walls between reality and fantasy are as fragile as smoke rings.
Author Lizzie Philps. Author Marc Parrett. Company Full Beam Visual Theatre. Director Lizzie Philps. Director Marc Parrett. Music Knud Stuwe. Director Bim Mason (co-director).

Alice - Behind the Scenes at the Wonderland Cabaret

Alice - Behind the Scenes at the Wonderland Cabaret (Concert) production archive for QTIX code T1859877757. Details of all Alice - Behind the Scenes at the Wonderland Cabaret archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1684845292

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22 Mar 03Merlin Theatre
Frome
Somerset

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