T01967969932 (TRYORK15)Follow Alice down the rabbit hole as a cast of over 80 performers lead you on a magical adventure around the town of Easingwold. This brand new version of the much loved story will come to life as part of Easingwold's Little Fest weekend and will transport audiences to the nonsensical world of wonderland. You'll join Hatters and Hares for tea, converse with Cats and Caterpillars and avoid the fearsome Queen of Hearts along a journey that just gets curiouser and curiouser.Corporate Sponsor E Kendall & Sons. Adapted by David Jarman. Director Phil Grainger.
|2 Oct 15 to 4 Oct 15||Theatre Royal, York :: V954|
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T0686986058 (EDFRINGE10)After the success of their 2009 tour of Hans Christian Anderson's 'The Little Mermaid', Uncontained Arts return with this new production of another much-loved classic children's tale. Alice's adventures begin as she abandons her grassy bank one blissful summer's afternoon to follow a white rabbit underground, where she meets all kinds of strange and wonderful characters, taking tea with The Mad Hatter and playing croquet with The Queen of Hearts. Expect the unexpected in this delightful and imaginative version of 'Alice', using a magical mix of music, a burst of energy and an explosion of colour to bring to life the original story of Alice's extraordinary adventures.Company Uncontained Arts.
|4 Aug 10 to 29 Aug 10||Gilded Balloon, Edinburgh :: V1394079992|
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T1652735188 (EMPIRESUNDERLAND10)Company Centre Stage.
|17 Jul 10||Empire Theatre, Sunderland :: V577|
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T01911702368 (LBT10)Company Huddersfield Theatretrain.
|26 Jun 10||Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield :: V972|
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T508925736 (DARLINGTONART10)A play with music, for the whole family, based on the book by Lewis Carroll. Alice’s adventures begin as she abandons her grassy bank one blissful summer’s afternoon to follow a white rabbit down a rabbit hole, where she meets all kinds of strange and wonderful characters, taking tea with The Mad Hatter and playing croquet with The Queen of Hearts. Expect the unexpected in this delightful and imaginative version of Alice, using physical theatre, puppetry, live music, audience interaction and an explosion of colour to bring to life the original story. Recommended age 4+Producer Uncontained Art. Producer Buxton Opera House.
|20 Jun 10||Southbank Centre, West End :: V423|
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|12 Jun 10 to 13 Jun 10||The Lowry, Salford :: V0655996499|
listing details L0631107000
|16 May 10||Arts Depot, Outer London :: V320|
listing details L344064578
|15 May 10||Torch Theatre, Milford Haven :: V820|
listing details L0637573271
|17 Apr 10||Gulbenkian Theatre, Canterbury :: V673|
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|10 Apr 10||Darlington Arts Centre, Darlington :: V563|
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|2 Apr 10 to 3 Apr 10||Derby Theatre, Derby :: V1830193620|
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T356761325 (NUFFIELD10)Amid the madness underground, meet the White Rabbit, the Mad Hatter, the Walrus and the Carpenter, Tweedledum and Tweedledee, and a cast of quirky characters! Enter a surreal and fantastical world of colour, song and riddles, ruled by a Queen with a very short temper. The further you journey with Alice, the stranger and funnier this world becomes... Don’t be late, don’t lose your head, and watch out for a cat with a big fat grin!Producer Nuffield Theatre Southampton. Adapted by Russ Tunney. Director Russ Tunney. Design Helen Stewart. Lighting Mark Dymock. Sound Rob Jones. Music Matt Baker. Musical Director Richard Reeday. Performer Anne-Marie Piazza (Alice). Performer Simon Lipkin (Mare Hare). Performer Michele Moran (The Queen). Performer Kieran Buckeridge (Mad Hatter). Performer Matthew Woodyatt (White Rabbit).
|13 Apr 10 to 17 Apr 10||Haymarket Theatre, Basingstoke :: V764|
listing details L0915670354
|6 Apr 10 to 10 Apr 10||Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford :: V702|
listing details L103946780
|25 Mar 10 to 3 Apr 10||NST Campus, Southampton :: V776|
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T1957182103 (ELLI10)Company SA15.
|25 Feb 10 to 27 Feb 10||Theatr Elli, Llanelli :: V819|
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T470804496 (BRENTWOOD10)Company Acting Up Theatre Group.
|19 Feb 10 to 20 Feb 10||Brentwood Theatre, Brentwood :: V1024|
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T0316702918 (NEWTHPORTSMOUTH09)Producer New Theatre Royal Portsmouth. Adapted by Mike Carter. Director Caroline Sharman. Design Simon Higlett. Lighting Paul Need. Performer Elizabeth Rowden (Queen of Hearts). Performer Christopher Barlow (King of Hearts). Performer Kylan Kennedy (White Rabbit/Cheshire Cat). Performer Craig Storrod (March Hare/Tweedledee). Performer Catrin Livsey (French Mouse/Dormouse).
|17 Dec 09 to 2 Jan 10||New Theatre Royal, Portsmouth :: V769|
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The Big Showdown III - T666288946The Big Act return with this exciting and unique theatrical challenge - to produce this entire production in just 48 hours! Following the sell-out success of last year's The Jungle Book hosted by Justin Lee Collins, this brand new musical production bursts onto stage after just 48 hours rehearsal. With celebrity host. Join Alice on this roller-coaster ride and be tossed and turned through Wonderland encountering all manner of characters from the surreal to the nonsensical including a furiously blood-thirsty queen, a caterpillar who really ought to know better and a hatter who is rather partial to a cup of tea. With a magnificent cast of over 100 including the 'Showdown Chorus', this adrenaline fuelled performance will not only raise the roof but also raise thousands of pounds for charity. Guaranteed fun for the whole family. Charity Performance in aid of Cancer Research UK.Producer The Big Act.
|23 Aug 09||Bristol Hippodrome, Bristol :: V856|
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T0846417864 (CAMBTOUR09)Company Cambridge Touring Theatre. Director Milly Finch. Musical Director Leon Trayman. Performer Lisa Holliman. Performer Karen Kennedy. Performer Cheryl Felgate. Performer Barry Evans.
|2 Aug 09||Hatfield House, Hatfield :: V691899999|
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|31 Jul 09 to 1 Aug 09||The Stables Theatre and Arts Centre, Hastings :: V669|
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|26 Jul 09||Broadway Theatre, Outer London :: V298|
listing details L01144475758
|12 Jul 09||Hylands Park, Chelmsford :: V901839044|
listing details L1690768324
|5 Jul 09||Blackfriars Arts Centre, Boston :: V440|
listing details L01358777741
|28 Jun 09||Woburn Abbey, Woburn :: V0631094333|
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T02013330433 (THELIGHTS08)Company Andover College.
|9 Dec 08 to 10 Dec 08||The Lights, Andover :: V01975093207|
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T1140225380 (OLDREP08)Company BMOS Youth Theatre.
|30 Oct 08 to 1 Nov 08||Old Rep, Birmingham :: V147|
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T01541482722 (OLDHAMCOLI0)Producer Oldham Theatre Workshop.
|22 Jul 08 to 26 Jul 08||Coliseum Theatre, Oldham :: V497|
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T01850991109 (RUNCORN08)Performed by a cast of 40 and utilising puppetry, live music and song, transforming the park into a magical wonderland. Families are encourgaed to bring the children, bring a picnic, bring a rug or low-backed seating and maybe an umbrella! Alice in Wonderland is a partnership project between the Liverpool Culture Company and Halton Borough Council.
|28 Jun 08 to 29 Jun 08||General, General :: V1263|
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T1044128107 (CARRIAGE08)Join the Mad Hatter for tea, and discover the delights of Alice in Wonderland in a magical retelling of this classic children's tale. Full to the brim with amazing puppets and hilarious songs for the whole family.Company Rough Magic Theatre.
|31 May 08||The Carriageworks, Leeds :: V1666392263|
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T1010561328 (STORY99/08)Company The Storytellers. Adapted by T.J. Lince.
|20 Feb 08||Electric Theatre, Guildford :: V01732805351|
listing details L01517943389
|29 Oct 99||Abbey Theatre and Arts Centre, Nuneaton :: V1009|
listing details L01516385717
T976790702 (MILLBANBURY07)Company Cherwell Theatre Company. Adapted by Nasser Memarzia. Director Nasser Memarzia. Performer Karen Ford. Performer John Graham Davies.
|16 Jan 08 to 26 Jan 08||The Mill Arts Centre (formerly The Mill), Banbury :: V794|
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T1446441350 (HELIX07)Producer Helix Dublin.
|1 Dec 07 to 6 Jan 08||The Helix, Dublin :: V842266537|
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T1246193518 (HP07)Director Dylan White. Performer Kelly Kitchen (Alice). Performer Amy Norwood (White Rabbit). Performer Linda Sunners (Queen of Hearts). Performer Phil Ashby-Crowe (King of Hearts). Performer Dorothy Collins (The Cheshire Cat). Performer Mike Melville (The Dodo). Performer John Smith (The Caterpillar). Performer Adam Wade (The Mad Hatter). Performer David Norwood (The March Hare). Performer Diana Soctt (The Gryphon).
|11 Dec 07 to 15 Dec 07||Harlequin Theatre, Northwich :: V474|
listing details L1335922241
T01881822384 (GOERGIAN06)Company PMA Productions. Adapted by George Critchley. Adapted by Arnie Breen.
|22 Feb 06 to 23 Feb 06||Georgian Theatre Royal, Richmond :: V944|
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T01445828832 (CHAT04)Adapted by Jo Creese.
|9 Dec 04 to 18 Dec 04||Chats Palace, Outer London :: V301|
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T1059324753 (WESTWOOD03)Company Westwood Performing Arts.
|15 Dec 03 to 18 Dec 03||General, General :: V1279|
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T1889394578 (ABERART03)All the fantastic characters are here - the Mad Hatter, the evil Queen of Hearts, Tweedle Dee and Dum and many more. Set against a background of 60s psychedelia and with music from The Doors, The Beatles, The Stones and more, a really crazy evening is promised! Weird and wonderful fun for all the family!Company Aberystwyth Arts Centre Castaway Community Theatre.
|11 Dec 03 to 13 Dec 03||Arts Centre, Aberystwyth :: V817|
listing details L086474379
T0460093406 (BEV03)Company Beverley Marks Stage School.
|1 Jun 03||Queen's Theatre, Hornchurch :: V41|
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T1597467282 (CAV02)Company Cavalcade Theatre Company.
|21 Jun 02 to 22 Jun 02||Arts Theatre, Cambridge :: V19|
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T1643163164 (MOWCOP02)Company Mow Cop Players (Junior Section). Adapted by Cyril Bennett.
|8 Mar 02 to 9 Mar 02||Mitchell Arts Centre, Stoke-on-Trent :: V999|
listing details L01863214489
T01867449508 (FORBI01)In [Forbidden Theatre Company]'s Alice in Wonderland all of [Lewis Carroll]'s famous creations will be present, although Alice herself is an eighteen year old girl from Victorian times nervously preparing for marriage. The Wonderland this Alice visits is a manifestation of her hopes and fears as she prepares to leave childhood behind, created through her whimsical dreams on the night before her wedding.Company Forbidden Theatre Company. Adapted by Pilar Orti. Adapted by Georgia Bance. Director Georgia Bance. Music Craig Adams. Choreographer Philip Hoffman. Design Kate McDermott. Lighting Tracey Hammill.
|12 Aug 01 to 26 Aug 01||The Fringe Office, Edinburgh :: V1059|
listing details L1823221543
|14 Feb 01 to 25 Feb 01||The New Diorama Theatre, Inner London :: V258|
listing details L0750869337
T626021967 (DENYS01)Company Denys Edwards Players.
|31 Jul 01 to 4 Aug 01||Sheffield Theatres, Sheffield :: V962|
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T438244955 (CENT00)Performed by children for children of all ages.Company Centre Stage Youth. Adapted by Roma Tomelty.
|13 Jan 00 to 15 Jan 00||Ulster Hall and Group Theatre, Belfast :: V549|
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T01958068321 (PROG00)Company Progress Theatre.
|29 Dec 99 to 8 Jan 00||Progress Theatre, Reading :: V737|
listing details L01262686506
T187005919 (BRI99)Christmas Show for all the family.Adapted by Mike Carter. Director Mike Carter.
|8 Dec 99 to 30 Dec 99||Gardner Arts Centre, Brighton :: V653|
listing details L1014826006
T0181494784 (ASHCR99)Company Ashcroft Academy.
|15 Dec 99 to 18 Dec 99||The Studio, Beckenham, Outer London :: V355|
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T01308611776 (LEIC99)Company Leicestershire Schools Theatre Company.
|8 Dec 99 to 10 Dec 99||Phoenix Arts, Leicester :: V432|
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T1237008247 (SC99)Original adaptation.Company Stantonbury Campus Youth Theatre.
|24 Jun 99 to 26 Jun 99||Stantonbury Theatre, Milton Keynes :: V752|
listing details L45566593
|25 Apr 15 to 28 Apr 15||Merton Abbey Mills, Outer London :: V369|
listing details L1761902677
|27 Jun 10||Arts Centre, Norwich :: V73|
listing details L1233651333
|6 Jun 10||Open Air Theatre, West End :: V403|
listing details L1118075661
|25 Oct 08||The Carriageworks, Leeds :: V1666392263|
listing details L1511476070
|6 Apr 01 to 7 Apr 01||Pier Theatre, Bournemouth :: V907|
listing details L0895206645
|5 Sep 99||Phoenix Arts, Leicester :: V432|
listing details L339935853
|5 Mar 99 to 13 Mar 99||Gawsworth Hall, Gawsworth :: V1283|
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|30 Dec 98 to 2 Jan 99||Union Theatre, Inner London :: V1167|
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