T86040308 (EVESHAMARTS16/19)Imagination runs wild and logic is abandoned in this fantastical, larger-than-life musical brimming with nonsensical fun and excitement for the entire family. Follow Alice and the White Rabbit as they set off on a colourful, topsy-turvy adventure like no other and meet a host of outlandish characters including the troublesome twins, Tweedle Dum and Tweedle Dee, the notorious Queen of Hearts, the Cheshire cat and of course, the Mad-as a bat-Hatter!Company Immersion Theatre.
|4 Mar 17||Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama (WCMD)/Raymond Edwards Building/Anthony Hopkins Centre, Cardiff :: V01146970443|
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|25 Feb 17||Evesham Arts Centre, Evesham :: V1116|
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|14 Feb 17||Corn Exchange, Stamford :: V2074123578|
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|12 Feb 17 to 13 Feb 17||Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds :: V76|
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T0412178589 (ATKINSON19)Producer KD Theatre Productions Ltd. Scott Ritchie Productions Ltd.
|27 May 19||The Atkinson, Southport :: V0485350863|
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T0872867062 (REDHILL19)Join Alice down the rabbit hole in her magical adventures through Wonderland in this brand-new staging of Lewis Carroll's family favourite ?Alice In Wonderland'. This exciting and playful take on the tale features a professional cast of energetic performers, catchy new songs and lots of humour that will entertain and delight the whole family!
|18 Apr 19||The Harlequin, Redhill :: V707|
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T0639459171 (CHElMSFORD19)Join Alice down the rabbit hole in her magical adventures through Wonderland in this brand-new staging of Lewis Carroll's family favourite ?Alice In Wonderland.' Come and join the tea party and meet the Mad Hatter, The White Rabbit, Cheshire Cat and the Queen of Hearts plus many more exciting colourful characters! This exciting and playful take on the tale features a professional cast of energetic performers, catchy new songs and lots of humour that will entertain and delight the whole family!
|13 Apr 19 to 14 Apr 19||Civic Theatre, Chelmsford :: V32|
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T01601517759 (SJT18)Once upon a time there was a little girl who ran free in the wilds of her imagination, meeting Cheshire Cats, Mad Hatters, White Rabbits and any amount of talking cards. Her Wonderland was real, and she'd never forget it. Until she grew up and did. This year, the team that brought you the smash hit Christmas shows A (Scarborough) Christmas Carol and Pinocchio invite you to Boyes on a crowded Christmas Eve, as Alice falls down the rabbit hole once again to find she's still a child in Wonderland... but Wonderland has changed. And not for the better. Can she save her wonderful friends? Will she get back to her kids, who she left by a fire extinguisher near the stock room? And can you get decent phone reception at the Mad Hatter's house?Producer Stephen Joseph Theatre. Adapted by Nick Lane. Music Simon Slater. Lyrics Simon Slater. Director Paul Robinson. Design Helen Coyston. Lighting Paul Stear. Sound Andrew Graham. Director Sarah Hughes (casting director).
|6 Dec 18 to 30 Dec 18||Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough :: V949|
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T687847535 (SHERMAN18)Follow Alice down the rabbit hole this Christmas to meet all of your favourite characters. Catch up with the White Rabbit (he's still running late) or join the Mad Hatter for tea; just mind the Queen of Hearts doesn't see you or it will be "off with your head"! Sherman Theatre's Main House Christmas shows are one of Cardiff's essential seasonal treats. A talented cast of actor-musicians, stunning sets and costumes, and (tea)pots of fun combine to bring this much-loved classic to life. Join Alice for a curious adventure that you will remember for a lifetime.Producer Sherman Theatre. Design Hayley Grindle. Music Lucy Rivers. Musical Director Lucy Rivers. Sound Ian Barnard. Lighting Joseff Fletcher. Performer James Ifan (Mad Hatter). Performer Hannah McPake (Queen of Hearts). Performer Francois Pandolfo (Tweedledee). Performer Elin Phillips (Caterpillar). Performer Alexandria Riley (Tweedledum). Performer Keiron Self (The Duchess). Performer Joseph Tweedale (White Rabbit). Performer Elian West (Alice).
|23 Nov 18 to 29 Dec 18||Sherman Theatre, Cardiff :: V824|
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T1581150499 (CRESCENT18)After tumbling down a dark rabbit hole chasing after an anxious rabbit with a pocket watch, young Alice begins an adventure in which she discovers the weird and magical world of Wonderland. Things will surely become "curiouser and curiouser!" for Alice as she tries to make her way through this upside down world, assisted (and sometimes threatened!) by a host of colourful and strange characters. Join The Crescent Theatre this winter as we take you on a journey that will thrill, fright and work your imagination upside down and backwards. The only thing you have to remember is that 'we're all mad here!'.Company Crescent Theatre Company. Adapted by James David Knapp.
|4 Dec 18 to 15 Dec 18||Crescent Theatre, Birmingham :: V144|
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T01807340431 (SAVOYMON18)The award winning Savoy Youth Theatre with their enchanting version of Lewis Carroll's timeless tale.Presented bySavoy Youth Theatre.
|14 Apr 18 to 15 Apr 18||Savoy Theatre, Monmouth :: V443781892|
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T1606580388 (CASTDONCASTER18)Alice is enjoying her picnic when she sees the most curious of sights: a white rabbit talking to himself. Following the rabbit down a rabbit hole, Alice finds herself in the fantastical Wonderland, inhabited by the dame: Duchess Dolly, the bonkers Mad Hatter, the evil The Queen of Hearts and her henchmen Tweedle-Dum and Tweedle-Dee. Will Alice find her way back? Or will she find true love in Wonderland? All will be revealed Easter 2018.Performer Ashleigh Butler. Performer Sully (the dog). Performer Dave Benson Phillips.
|4 Apr 18 to 5 Apr 18||Cast, Doncaster :: V1545109680|
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T926141891 (WEYMOUTHPAV18)A young girl called Alice falls into the weird world of Wonderland. Will she ever get home? Not if the vicious Queen of Hearts has anything to do with it! Featuring all of the favourite characters and iconic moments - plus an exciting mix of familiar songs and original compositions - this is a laugh-a-minute- show not to be missed... or off with your head!Company APL Theatre.
|5 Apr 18||Weymouth Pavilion Complex, Weymouth :: V912|
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T01311179946 (NORTHERNSTAGE17)A big, bold all-singing, all-dancing production of Lewis Carroll's classic from the same team behind the sell-out James and the Giant PeachAdapted by Theresa Heskins. Director Mark Calvert. Design Rhys Jarman. Music Jeremy Bradfield. Choreographer Martin Hylton. Lighting Colin Grenfell. Performer Alexandra Tahnee (Alice). Performer Christopher Price (White Rabbit). Performer Michael Blair (Tweedle Dee). Performer Laura Riseborough (Red Queen). Performer Alice Blundell (White Queen). Performer Clara Darcy (Cheshire Cat). Performer Andrew Bleakley (Tweedle Dum).
|25 Nov 17 to 6 Jan 18||Northern Stage, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V568|
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T01681202498 (STORYHOUSE17)With a host of colourful characters we know and love (and a few new ones to meet!) leading the adventure around a surreal world, it's the perfect opportunity to fall down the rabbit-hole with us this summer. You can catch Alice, The Queen of Hearts, The Mad Hatter and the rest in Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre, or in the magical world of the brand new Storyhouse, where you can truly enter wonderland and explore our secret-forest children's library, discover Alice-related items, or have a Mad Hatter's Tea Party of your own.Producer Storyhouse Theatre. Adapted by Glyn Maxwell. Director Derek Bond. Music Jude Obermuller.
|19 May 17 to 20 Aug 17||Storyhouse, Chester :: V1196088186|
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T478145579 (DERBYTH16)We journey to Wonderland with Alice and a host of curious and colourful characters. As with Derby Theatre's brilliant productions of Cinderella and A Christmas Carol, a talented team of actor-musicians will create a sparkling Christmas tale for all the family with original live music, stunning costumes and fantastic set designs. So join Alice, the Mad Hatter, the Cheshire Cat, the Mock Turtle and Dormouse on their remarkable adventure at Derby Theatre.Corporate Sponsor Mini. Producer Derby Theatre. Adapted by Mike Kenny.
|2 Dec 16 to 7 Jan 17||Derby Theatre, Derby :: V1830193620|
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T1848314916 (GEORGIANTR16)This colourful show features all the favourite ?Alice' characters portrayed by a cast of four talented actors. Expect brand-new catchy sing-along songs, fabulous puppets and lots of surprises. From the moment Alice falls down the rabbit hole to the hilarious and curious ending, we can guarantee that you will be spellbound. The production is suitable for families and specifically children aged five to nine.Company Riverbank Productions.
|1 Apr 16||Georgian Theatre Royal, Richmond :: V944|
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T1997424031 (OXPLAY15)Celebrating the 150th anniversary of the first publication of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Magdalen College School presents an exciting new production of Alice's underground adventures.
|2 Jul 15 to 4 Jul 15||The Playhouse, Oxford :: V803|
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T1354215315 (OCTAGONBOLTON14)In her pursuit of a rabbit in a hurry, Alice finds herself tumbling into another world, a world quite different from the one she knows - where March Hares and Mad Hatters take tea, and a grinning Cheshire Cat appears and disappears like magic! Alice's adventures in Wonderland take her on a journey full of mystery and mayhem, meeting a positively peculiar range of characters along the way... each of them 'curiouser and curiouser' than the last! But will Alice find her way home? Will the white rabbit make it to the garden on time? And who's head will the Queen of Hearts chop off next?! The Octagon's intimate in-the-round theatre space will be transformed to create a spectacular Wonderland packed full of magic and delights - not to be missed! Suitable for ages 5 and over.Presented byOctagon Theatre Bolton. Adapted by Morgan Lloyd Malcom. Director Elizabeth Newman. Design Michael Vale. Performer Sarah Vezmar. Performer Alex Sawyer. Performer Emily Butterfield.
|14 Nov 14 to 10 Jan 15||Octagon Theatre, Bolton :: V480|
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T01957994937 (STATIONHAYLING14)Alice is a girl with a wonderful imagination stuck in a boring world. Until that is, she follows the White Rabbit down a hole and falls further and further and further. Come and join Alice on her exciting adventure through a captivating Wonderland of mad tea parties and curious characters. Follow her journey of talking flowers and mischievous creatures all to find the white rabbit. Who will she meet? What will she see next? Well, you will have to come and see for yourself.Company Hayling Island Young Actors. Adapted by HIYA.
|26 Jun 14 to 28 Jun 14||The Station Theatre, Havant :: V759|
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T2004393153 (GREENWICHTH14)Company Sell an Door Theatre. Director David Hutchinson. Director Maddy Mutch. Choreographer Mandy Ellen. Design Richard Evans.
|24 May 14 to 1 Jun 14||Greenwich Theatre, Outer London :: V308|
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T0897544749 (SQCHAP14)Age 4+. Running time: 50mins. Expect the unexpected in this family friendly, laugh a minute version of Lewis Carroll's classic children's book.Company Uncontained Arts.
|25 May 14||Square Chapel Arts Centre, Halifax :: V1098014226|
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T1596721538 (OUTERGEN14)Alice has lost her cat, but when her search leads her to a stuffy little junk shop, Alice discovers more than she could ever imagine. Join Alice as her world is turned upside down in this new adaptation of Lewis Carroll's classic tale. Suitable for ages 6+.Adapted by Richard Stratton. Company Blackshaw Theatre. Director Ellie Pitkin.
|1 May 14 to 18 May 14||General, Outer London :: V1087|
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T2016143843 (PRINCESSHUNSTANTON14)A legendary magician and the country's most popular ventriloquist will star in a show full of fun for the whole family, as Alice In Wonderland tours the UK in 2014. Steve Hewlett, the ventriloquist who shot to fame on ITV1's Britain's Got Talent with his puppet versions of Simon Cowell and Sinita, will, along with one of his friends, play Tweedle Dum and Tweedle Dee in the show. Paul Daniels, along with Debbie McGee, is regarded as one of the best magicians in the world, and will bring his unique style of comedy and magic to the show, with the double act playing the King of Hearts and the White Rabbit. Alice in Wonderland will also star panto double act Ant Payne and Robert Pearce as the Mad Hatter and the Cook, and from the West End, Jasette Amos will play the Cheshire Cat. With a fabulous live band, hilarious comedy, mind blowing magic, spectacular sets and costumes, and a West End calibre cast, Alice In Wonderland is an Easter treat for the whole family, that is truly not to be missed!Performer Paul Daniels (King of Hearts). Performer Debbie McGee (White Rabbit). Performer Jasette Amos (Cheshire Cat). Performer Robert Pearce (Cook). Performer Ant Payne (Mad Hatter).
|10 Apr 14 to 11 Apr 14||Princess Theatre, Hunstanton :: V66|
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T1022743689 (HARROGATETH13)Antonia Christophers and Noel Byrne take various parts in this spellbinding version of Lewis Carroll's classic tale. Box Tale Soup invite you down the rabbit hole into a timeless world of beautiful paper puppets and wondrous fantasy as Carroll's Wonderland floods onto the stage in a whirl of strange creations, handmade puppets and props, and frantic characters.Company Box Tale Soup Theatre. Performer Antonia Christophers. Performer Noel Byrne.
|1 Feb 14||Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham :: V90|
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|21 Sep 13||Harrogate Theatre, Harrogate :: V942|
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T0599021871 (WESTENDCENTRE13)An anarchic, magical and mad-as-a-hatter version of Lewis Carroll's classic tales 'Alice in Wonderland' and 'Alice Through The Looking Glass' with Proteus's trademark fusion of music, physical theatre, circus and puppetry. Age 5+.Company Proteus.
|7 Dec 13||Phoenix Theatre, Bordon :: V1147|
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|5 Dec 13||Pound Arts Centre, Corsham :: V0512816281|
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|4 Dec 13||West End Centre, Aldershot :: V762|
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|19 Nov 13 to 20 Nov 13||Montgomery Theatre, Sheffield :: V1804222198|
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T0307595774 (SQCHAP13)Company Heartbreak Productions.
|23 Aug 13||Sterts Arts Centre, Liskeard :: V878|
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|11 Jul 13||Square Chapel Arts Centre, Halifax :: V1098014226|
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T2101195400 (STERT13)Alice In Wonderland is a classic English novel written by Lewis Carroll in 1865. The story travels across a magical world when Alice, suddenly and quite unexpectedly falls down a rabbit hole! This timeless, nonsensical tale follows Alice through Wonderland where we encounter many a famous character, such as The Mad Hatter, The White Rabbit, The Cheshire Cat and the regal Queen of Hearts, whilst Alice tries to play croquet with a flamingo! All in a days' work! Come see this specially adapted version performed with energy and creativity by the young people of Stagekids as they create and explore their very own Wonderland.Company Stagekids.
|30 May 13 to 1 Jun 13||Sterts Arts Centre, Liskeard :: V878|
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T867164224 (ELECTRIC13)Our resident Youth Theatre invites you to join Alice on her madcap adventures in Wonderland in this sparkling new adaptation. Watch as she chases the White Rabbit, races the Dodo Bird, gets tied up with the Tweedle Dum and Dee, meets a bubble-blowing caterpillar, and beats the Queen of Hearts at her own game. This show is suitable for School Years 1 and over.Adapted by Sheila Laughton.
|3 Apr 13 to 6 Apr 13||Electric Theatre, Guildford :: V01732805351|
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T1349660272 (BARNTHSOUTHWICK13)Southwick Players bring you a delightful start to the New Year with a fairy tale that will enchant children and adults alike. With well over 1,000 performances since its opening night, this adaptation of Alice in Wonderland has all the humour, excitement and magic of Lewis Carroll's classic children's story. So why not join Alice for a stroll with The Mock Turtle or a cup of tea with The Mad Hatter or even a spot of croquet with the Queen of Hearts and enjoy some time away from it all...in Wonderland.Company Southwick Players.
|5 Jan 13 to 12 Jan 13||Barn Theatre, Southwick :: V0937418074|
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T0940858999 (HAWTH12)Roshe School's Junior Crawley branch brings the enchanting story of Alice's adventures to life with song, dance and acting. This promises to be a truly delightful version of this classic tale brought to you by very talented pupils aged from just 3 to 9 years old! A fantastic show featuring a few surprises along the way!Company Roshe School.
|25 Mar 12||The Hawth, Crawley :: V720|
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T0313199118 (NEWVIC11)The greatest children s story of them all! A magical new production from the New Vic team that created Christmas spectaculars The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe and Peter Pan! Join Alice as she journeys through a strange and enchanted new world. Meet the White Rabbit, take tea with the Mad Hatter, search for the Cheshire Cat, hide from a very bad-tempered Queen . . . this whimsical wonderland just gets curiouser and curiouser!Producer New Viic. Adapted by Theresa Heskins. Director Theresa Heskins. Music James Atherton. Lighting Daniella Beattie. Sound James Earls-Davis. Costume Lis Evans. Musical Director James Atherton. Choreographer Beverley Edmunds. Director Paschale Straiton (assistant). Other Darren Lang (Illusions Design and Supervision). Performer Devon Black (Red Queen). Performer Michael Brfett (Tweedledee). Performer Jill Cardo (Female Chorus). Performer Lesley Cook (Female Chorus). Performer Hannah Edwards (Alice). Performer Michael Hugo (Mad Hatter). Performer Antony Jardine (Tweedledum/Chorus). Performer Charlotte Palmer (White Queen). Performer Jonathan Race (White Rabbit/Chorus). Performer Simon Spencer-Hyde (White King/Dodger). Performer Paschale Straiton (Female Chorus). Performer Ali Watt (Male Chorus).
|19 Nov 11 to 21 Jan 12||New Vic Theatre, Newcastle-under-Lyme :: V119|
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T01514473374 (BREWHOUSE11)Ladies and Gentlemen, Boys and Girls, it is 1865 and Lewis Carroll has just written one of the greatest adventure stories ever told. It is also the year that music hall becomes the most popular form of entertainment across the country. Take your seats please as our splendiferous, spectacular and superb variety of acts transport you to Wonderland. With a whole host of strange yet loveable characters, watch what you drink at The Mad Hatter's Tea Party; keep hold of your head in front of the bad tempered Queen of Hearts; and make sure you bring your best smile to charm the Cheshire Cat. Age 5+. Running time: 2hrs 10mins
|2 Dec 11 to 31 Dec 11||Brewhouse Theatre and Arts Centre, Taunton :: V918|
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T758966751 (ARTRIX11)Join Alice on her adventures through wonderland in this adaptation of Lewis Caroll's classic tale. Curious Alice follows a white rabbit down a rabbit hole and into the depths of wonderland. As she tries to find her way back home, Alice encounters characters from wonderland including a Caterpillar, the Mad Hatter, a Cheshire Cat and Queen of Hearts to name but a few. This production promises to take the audience on a fantastical journey. With exquisite costume, psychedelic setting and crazy characters, this is a NEW College production not to be missed.Company New College.
|7 Dec 11 to 8 Dec 11||Artrix, Bromsgrove :: V073680848|
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T923664169 (BANBURYMILL10)Inquisitive Alice leads audiences down the rabbit hole into a mysterious wonderland of the imagination. Discover curious creatures, puzzling people and unravel marvellous mathematical mysteries as you join Alice on her quest. Suitable for 6 years and over. Running time: 120mins + intervalAuthor Neil Duffield. Company Oxfordshire Theatre Company.
|25 Feb 11||The Hawth, Crawley :: V720|
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|22 Feb 11||Number 8 Community Arts Centre, Pershore :: V1731036448|
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|20 Dec 10||The Mill Arts Centre (formerly The Mill), Banbury :: V794|
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T01226036019 (LITTLEANGEL10)On a lazy summer’s afternoon Alice whiles away her time on the river bank. Little does she know that a great adventure is about to begin... Join her as she encounters the White Rabbit, the Cheshire Cat and the Queen of Hearts in an extraordinary fantasy puppetry world. Ages 5+Producer Little Angel Theatre.
|20 Nov 10 to 30 Jan 11||Little Angel Theatre, Inner London :: V209|
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T01604679083 (MALVERN11)Alice in Wonderland takes a fresh look at one of the most enduring classics of children's literature. The world that Alice falls into is strange and wonderful and a stark contrast to the cold and repressive Victorian life that she is escaping from. The magical world of wonderland is relocated to the medieval era of gorgeous heraldry and knights in armour. Meet the Mad Hatter, White Rabbit, Queen of Hearts, Caterpillar and all the other strange and wonderful characters that Alice encounters on her incredible and exciting journey.Company Malvern Theatre Players. Adapted by Amelia Marriette.
|14 Jan 11 to 23 Jan 11||Malvern Theatres, Malvern :: V01718852442|
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T0619428831 (CFT10)One golden afternoon, Alice meets a smartly dressed White Rabbit, looking at his watch, muttering to himself, ?Oh my ears and whiskers, I?m late'. She follows him down the rabbit hole into a remarkable world. And so begin Alice's adventures in Wonderland. This beguiling, quirky, quizzical tale captures the essence of growing up for us all. Lewis Carroll's enchanting Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass are brilliantly adapted for the stage by Adrian Mitchell, and set to new music by Matthew Scott, to recreate this most enduring, inspirational and quintessential of family stories. All proceeds from the charity performance on Saturday 18 December at 7.30pm will be donated to Children on the Edge.Corporate Sponsor Mercer. Corporate Sponsor Graylingwell Park. Company Chichester Festival Youth Theatre. Adapted by Adrian Mitchell. Director Dale Rooks. Design Simon Higlett. Music Matthew Scott. Lighting James Whiteside. Costume Amy Jackson. Musical Director Jenny Gould.
|18 Dec 10 to 1 Jan 11||Chichester Festival Theatre, Chichester :: V719|
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T0576455758 (BRUNTON10)Company Brunton Youth Theatre.
|23 Oct 10||Brunton Theatre, Musselburgh :: V633|
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T01541989230 (BIRMREP06)Producer Birmingham Repertory Theatre Company. Producer Yorkshire Playhouse. Director Ian Brown. Design Ruari Murchison. Costume Ruari Murchison. Costume Stephen Snell. Director Jonathan Gill (music). Lighting Tim Mitchell. Sound Mic Pool. Choreographer Sam Spencer-Llane. Performer Alison Pargeter (Alice). Performer Gerard Carey (White Rabbit). Performer Nikki Shaw (Cheshire Cat). Performer Mark Oxtoby (Mad Hatter). Performer Timothy Kightley (King of Hearts). Performer Jill Pert (Queen of Hearts). Performer Andy Hockley. Performer Mark McGee. Performer Katie Haines. Performer Oliver Jackson. Performer Tom Lorcan. Performer Karen Mann. Performer Joseph Pitcher. Performer Mark Roper. Performer Tobin Saunders.
|28 Nov 06 to 30 Dec 06||Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Birmingham :: V143|
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T01216319242 (SEVENOAKS06)Company Jack Cade's Rebellion Juniors.
|7 Jun 06 to 8 Jun 06||Stag Theatre, Sevenoaks :: V688|
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T1024547056 (POW06)Producer George Critchley (for PMA).
|13 Feb 06||Prince of Wales Centre, Cannock :: V115|
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T2109045003 (LEATHER05)Company On Stage Right Productions.
|30 Mar 05 to 4 Apr 05||The Theatre, Leatherhead :: V704|
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T48097236 (CENTRE05)Company Centre Stage Youth. Adapted by Roma Tomelty.
|13 Jan 05 to 15 Jan 05||Ulster Hall and Group Theatre, Belfast :: V549|
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T085313885 (DARWEN03)Company Darwen Library Theatre. Adapted by George Critchley. Adapted by Arnie Breen.
|10 Dec 03 to 24 Dec 03||Darwen Library Theatre, Darwen :: V1588247755|
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T45274358 (STAGE03)Corporate Sponsor Lloyds TSB Business. Corporate Sponsor Salisbury Journal. Company Stage '65. Director Robert Salmon. Design Robert Salmon. Performer Fiona Curtis (Alice). Performer Rob MacPherson.
|11 Dec 03 to 13 Dec 03||Playhouse, Salisbury :: V923|
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T0951198030 (SUDS03)Age 5+Company SUDS.
|26 Nov 03 to 28 Nov 03||Gardner Arts Centre, Brighton :: V653|
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T0178124653 (STORY03)Company Storytellers Theatre Company.
|17 Nov 03||Tacchi-Morris Arts Centre, Taunton :: V01603938282|
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T1002829443 (IMAGE02)Age 5+Company Image Music Theatre.
|21 Dec 02||Arc Theatre, Trowbridge :: V881281219|
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|16 Nov 02||The Radlett Centre, Radlett :: V1098|
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T01236757469 (DURHAM01)Chris Connaughton, actor and storyteller takes the lead in this one-man performance.Performer Chris Connaughton.
|25 Nov 01||General, Barnard Castle :: V1090|
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T01774036476 (DREAMS01)Meet the white rabbit, the mad hatter and the cheshire cats as they travel with Alice through Wonderland in this special performance by Leighton Buzzard Children's Theatre 'Dreams' group. 'Dreams' is an integration project which allows young people with special needs to interact and perform with able bodied youngsters.Company Dreams.
|13 Nov 01||Leighton Buzzard Theatre, Leighton Buzzard :: V13|
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T898117701 (PENDLE01)Company Pendle Productions.
|27 Oct 01||Central Studio, Basingstoke :: V1653972821|
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T02040852842 (WHEEL01)This fun filled one hour show is packed with original songs, fun and laughter and will be the 33rd children's production since the Theatre opened celebrating also our 6th anniversary as an original and innovative Children's venue. So don't be late! book your seat today to one of this summers most enchanting shows that all the family will love. Suitable for everyone over 3 years of age.Company Wheelhouse Productions Ltd.
|23 Jun 01 to 9 Sep 01||Merton Abbey Mills, Outer London :: V369|
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T02113903583 (ILL01)Company Illyria.
|12 Jul 01||MacRobert Arts Centre, Stirling :: V642|
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|20 Jun 01||Burnley Mechanics, Burnley :: V519|
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|4 Jun 01 to 8 Jun 01||Minack Theatre, Penzance :: V872|
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T176823070 (DELAW99)Company Trinity Theatre. Company Arts Centre. Company The Brook Theatre.
|25 Aug 99 to 28 Aug 99||Stag Theatre, Sevenoaks :: V688|
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|2 Aug 99 to 4 Aug 99||De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea :: V651|
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T0507979466 (TRINITY99)Company Trinity Arts Centre.
|27 Jul 99 to 28 Jul 99||The Hawth, Crawley :: V720|
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T01948895150 (TRNOR99)Company BusyBodies Stage School.
|7 Feb 99||Theatre Royal, Norwich :: V72|
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|7 Feb 99||Theatre Royal, Norwich :: V72|
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T1882432196 (ILL98)Company Illyria.
|1 Sep 98||Weald and Downland Open Air Museum, Chichester :: V1063|
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T01680253992 (PRIN98)Company Prince of Wales Youth Theatre.
|3 Jul 98 to 4 Jul 98||Prince of Wales Centre, Cannock :: V115|
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T01367389833 (STE98)Company Steve Shappelle. Company Ellie Jay Theatrical Services Ltd.
|15 Apr 98 to 16 Apr 98||Queen's Theatre, Barnstaple :: V883|
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T0922143951 (AIW97)Alice follows the white rabbit down his hole into Wonderland and the adventure begins. A musical adventure.Director Jenny Stephens. Adapted by P. Monks.
|1 Dec 97 to 3 Jan 98||Swan Theatre, Worcester :: V107|
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T569754772 (BRIS97)Company Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. Music Neil Rhoden. Adapted by Christopher Denys. Adapted by Neil Rhoden.
|4 Dec 97 to 20 Dec 97||Redgrave Theatre, Bristol :: V858|
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|23 Feb 17||Whitley Bay Playhouse, Whitley Bay :: V580|
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|16 Feb 17||Exmouth Pavilion, Exmouth :: V1759026987|
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|25 Sep 10 to 26 Sep 10||Cox's Yard, Stratford-Upon-Avon :: V1865405821|
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|14 Aug 06 to 17 Aug 06||Salford Arts Theatre, Salford :: V1688948497|
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|20 May 06||Queen's Theatre, Barnstaple :: V883|
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|22 Mar 06 to 24 Mar 06||Arts Centre Theatre (ACT) - formerly Aberdeen Arts Centre, Aberdeen :: V586|
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|18 Jun 05||Middlesbrough Theatre, Middlesbrough :: V0895700786|
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|20 Mar 05||Old Rep, Birmingham :: V147|
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|19 Nov 03 to 22 Nov 03||Middlesbrough Theatre, Middlesbrough :: V0895700786|
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|17 Aug 99 to 21 Aug 99||Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury :: V674|
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|17 Aug 99 to 21 Aug 99||Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury :: V674|
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|30 Oct 98||Prince of Wales Centre, Cannock :: V115|
listing details L744719384
|27 Sep 98||Royal Spa Centre, Leamington Spa :: V131|
listing details L0956366118
|14 Mar 98||St David's Hall, Cardiff :: V825|
listing details L01295976050
|19 Feb 98 to 21 Feb 98||Hull New Theatre, Hull :: V934|
listing details L01126803808
|29 Oct 97 to 1 Nov 97||Theatre Royal, Bath :: V854|
listing details L1713529746
|27 Mar 97||Lyceum Theatre, Crewe :: V470|
listing details L1139680932
|24 Oct 96||Princess Theatre, Torquay :: V900|
listing details L01332277099