Why See Alice's Adventures Underground?
Returning to London in 2017!
Returning to London for summer 2017, this Olivier Award-nominated celebration of Lewis Carrol's iconic novel will once again take up residence in The Vaults near Waterloo. An interactive walking experience underneath the bustling station above, this co-production between Les Enfants Terribles and Emma Brunjes encourages you to experience the fantastic, take your own journeys and have oodles of fun! It all starts with choosing between a cake and a bottle....what adventure will you pick?
First premiering at the Vaults multi-art performance space in 2015, the immersive show welcomed over 100,000 guests during its initial run. Venturing underground, rather than falling haphazardly you will be invited in as groups of 52 (the same size as a pack of playing cards, naturally). You will all be given a choice of EAT ME or DRINK ME - what ever you choose will influence the outcome of your personal underground adventure. Combining exciting elements including storytelling, live music, puppetry and circus skills, this fully interactive show will make you experience the wonders of Carroll's work as you've never done before.
Previews from: 15 April 2017
Opening night: 25 April 2017
Suitable for ages 5+
60 minutes without interval
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