Monday, October 11, 2010

Alice in Lewisham

Over the Halloween weekend, Teatro Vivo ('the company who brought you Supermarket Shakespeare') present Adventures in Wonderland at Manor House Library, Old Road, Lewisham SE13:

'a curious and interactive, promenade journey inspired by Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass. Staged in a Grade II listed Manor House, Wonderland will come to life. But banish those Disney images; this is the dark, dangerous and anarchic Wonderland of Carroll’s imagination.This is a site specific sensory spectacle for adults and young people where you can follow the strange characters and backwards riddles to discover scenes, installations and games relating to Alice’s adventure'.

Thursday 28th October - Sunday 31st October, Tickets: £10/£5. Concessions via website: www.teatrovivo.co.uk.

3 comments:

Raven said...

That sounds interesting - might try and take the kids, if it's ok for their ages (6&8).

We've also had (a different) Alice in Eltham (http://londonmasalaandchips.blogspot.com/alice-at-eltham-palace.html)

Artful MTB Rocklands said...

that sounds proper, cheers for the heads up

Transpontine said...

Best Alice I ever saw was a London Bubble production in Dulwich Park, maybe about 10 years ago. Promenade performance - i.e wandering around the park, ending up with fireworks. Fantastic.