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Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland @ Opera Holland Park Review

2015 marks the 150th birthday of Lewis Carroll‘s famous and much loved fanciful literary creation, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. The landmark birthday has inspired various adaptations, including Les Enfant Terribles immersive production. The great thing with theatre is that although a company may start off with the same original text as everybody else, no 2 adaptations will turn out the same.

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

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The Jabberwocky @ The Little Angel Review

We’re all familiar with the well known tale of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, from lavish tea parties, to talking chess pieces, but what of it’s sequel, Through the Looking Glass, And What Alice Found There? Written by influential author, Lewis Carroll in 1871, the narrative follows Alice as she once again escapes to an unknown world populated by an array of fantastical creatures. But whilst on her travels, she discovers a book… The Jabberwocky… but what does it say? What does it mean?

The Jabberwocky

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Alice @ The Little Angel Theatre

“It’s the most curious thing I’ve ever seen in my life!” Poppy Burton-Morgan’s production of Alice, adapted from the much beloved book Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll, really was one of the more curious plays I have set out to see, but how can you possibly recreate Carroll’s amazing world without being curious yourself? The pure imagination, creativity and skill that went into piecing together this performance was worthy of Carroll himself, and had the feel as if it had all just slipped off the page and onto the stage.

Alice

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