Alice In Wonderland
Sunday 30 September 3.40–4.30pm
Colourful, musical and packed full of fun, riddles, adventure and special effects, Alice in Wonderland is the story of a girl who disappears down a rabbit hole to a fantastic place full of curious and bizarre adventures. On entering Wonderland, Alice encounters a way of living and reasoning that is quite different from her own; trials that appear to be unjust, characters who don’t understand manners, and doubts about her own identity.
This story represents growing up, and a child’s struggle to survive in the confusing world of adults. To understand the adult world Alice has to overcome the open-mindedness that is characteristic for children. It explores justice and fairness, whilst questioning trust and integrity, acceptance and stereotypes.
The audience will be immersed in the story and their imagination and emotions evoked in a way that promotes on going creative writing, reading and discussion.
Mesmerising, engaging and full of educationally relevant PHSE themes and messages, an enchanting production presented in an easily digestible and interactive format.
The audience will be immersed in the story and their imagination evoked in a way that promotes on going creative writing, reading and discussion.