ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND for children aged 5 to 10 returns to the Vaults

Les Petits Theatre Company and ebp in association with Creature of London are bringing “ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND” back to the Vaults beneath Waterloo station later this  month. The critically acclaimed immersive theatre experience created and directed specifically for children aged 5 to 10 returns from 13 May 2017 to 3 September 2017.

Pushing the boundaries of children’s theatre “ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND” allows families to explore Wonderland up close, in an immense multi-room set in the Vaults under Waterloo station. In this hour long show, children will play a part in controlling their own experience, as they search for Alice, who is missing in Wonderland. On entering Wonderland you will either ‘Eat me’ or ‘Drink Me’, which determines your unique path. Tumble with the Tweedle twins; follow the White Rabbit and take Tea with the Hatter at the Maddest Tea Party of all!

“ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND” was originally conceived as a celebration of the 150thanniversary of Lewis Carroll’s classic novel, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, and is adaptedfor the stage by Oliver Lansley and Anthony Spargo and directed by Emma Earle.

The cast consists of Benedict Chambers (Twelfth Night, Mr Popper’s Penguins, Adventures in Wonderland), Adam Collier (The Railway Children, Henry V, Adventures in Wonderland), Liam Harkins (Captured, Love of the Nightingale), Susanna Jennings (The Marvellous Imaginary Menagerie, The Gruffalo), Hannah Miller (Blackbird, Peter Pan), Chandni Mistry (A Colder Water Than Here, Wonderful Wizard of Oz), Angelina Reilly-Szostak (Goosebumps Alive, Adventures in Wonderland) and Noah Young (Mary Rose, What Lovely Weather).

Emma Earle is a director and producer, and associate director Les Enfant Terribles, she is also the co-Artistic director of Pins and Needles.  For Pins and Needles, Emma is developing a new adaptation of The Little Mermaid with writer Bea Roberts. The show premieres this Christmas at the egg theatre in Bath.

Her adaptations of Mr Popper’s Penguins (New York/West End) and Raymond Briggs’ books The Bear and Father Christmas are being remounted in 2017.

Emma’s credits for Les Enfants Terribles include: Dinner At The Twits’, The Fantastical Flying Exploratory Laboratory, The Marvellous Imaginary Menagerie, Captain Flinn And The Pirate Dinosaurs, and Ernest And The Pale Moon.

Read our five star review of the grown-up version of the show  Alice’s Adventures Underground 

Adventures in Wonderland runs at the Vaults from 13 May until 3 September. 

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