Blackshaw Theatre Presents Alice In Wonderland

As part of Wandsworth Arts Fringe at Battersea Library

This production of Alice in Wonderland celebrates the book’s 150th anniversary.

Alice has lost her cat, but when her search leads her to the library, she discovers more than she could ever imagine.

Fall down the rabbit hole with Alice at this year’s Wandsworth Fringe, as her world is turned upside down in this new adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s classic tale at Battersea Library. Suitable for ages 4+ (and plenty of jokes for the grown-ups). 
Praise for this production...

“This ingeniously directed production by Ellie Pitkin showcases all the theatrical tricks one can imagine...this resourceful and clever production” **** – Public Reviews

“An imaginative production...highly entertaining and engaging...a fun afternoon adventure” – Everything Theatre

“Tightly directed and precisely performed – and gloriously silly” – Cumbria P

Dates: 2nd, 4th, 8th, 9th, 15th and 16th May 2015
Times: Sat 2nd May, 6pm and 7.30pm; Mon 4th May, 3pm and 4pm; Fri 8th May, 7.30pm; Sat 9th May, 6pm and 7.30pm; Fri 15th May, 7.30pm; Sat 16th May, 6 and 7.30pm.
Price: £6 Adult (£3 under 12s)
Running time: 45 minutes
Location: Battersea Library, 265 Lavender Hill, London, SW11 1JB
Suitable for children 4+

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Written by Richard Stratton and directed by Ellie Pitkin. The full cast can be found here

April 28, 2015