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On a glorious summer's afternoon, young Alice happens upon a smartly dressed white rabbit looking at his watch and muttering 'I'm too late!'. This not being an everyday occurrence, she follows him down a nearby rabbit hole - and falls into Wonderland. On her weird and wonderful journey to find her way home, she meets an array of the most extraordinary characters - including the Cheshire Cat, Tweedledum and Tweedledee, Humpty Dumpty and the Mock Turtle - all of whom have fantastical tales to tell the young explorer. Both of Lewis Carroll's timeless children's stories - Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
and Through the Looking Glass
and What Alice Found There
- are magically brought to life. The amazing Lobster Quadrille, the Queen of Hearts' infamous croquet match and the Mad Hatter's Tea Party are just a few of the remarkable events that you will see in this new family production.Performers Katherine Heath (Alice), Rosie Craig (Lorina/Lory), John Conroy (Caterpillar/White King), Marilyn Cutts (Dormouse/White Queen), Fiona Dunn (Cook), Jamie de Courcey (Duckworth/Red Knight), Martyn Ellis (Humpty Dumpty), Jamie Golding (Youth/Tweedledum), Daniel Flynn (Dodgson), Richard Henders (White Rabbit), John Hodgkinson (King of Hearts), Robert Horwell (Father William/Duchess/Walrus), Chris Larner (Mad Hatter/Carpenter), Paul Leonard (Mock Turtle/Red King), Mark McLean (Lion), Mitchell Moreno (Five of Spades), Sarah Redmond (Cheshire Cat/Tiger Lily), Liza Sadovy (Queen of Hearts), Andrew Sims (Mouse/Tweedledee), Martin Turner (march Hare/Aged Man), Christopher Key, Paul Kissaun, Laura Main, Dominic Marsh, Sarah Quist.
Book by Lewis Carroll. Company Royal Shakespeare Company. Adapted by Adrian Mitchell. Director Rachel Kavanaugh. Design Peter McKintosh. Lighting Chris Davey. Music Terry Davies. Music Stephen Warbeck. Sound Andrew Bruce. Sound Matt McKenzie. Choreographer Linda Dobell. Other Paul Kieve (Illusions).
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