Teatro Vivo Presents: Adventures in Wonderland

Teatro Vivo, the theatre company that brought Supermarket Shakespeare to the borough, has got a new production coming up:

Adventures in Wonderland is 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.
Experience the pool of tears, take tea with the Mad Hatter, and play croquet with the Queen of Hearts – but be sure to come last or you could lose your head.

Expect to see Wonderland popping up on high streets, at festivals and in other unusual venues. But catch it first at Manor House Library, Lewisham from 28th- 31st October 2010.


Old Road, Lewisham London SE13

Thursday 28th October 7.30pm
Friday 29th October 7.30pm
Saturday 30th October 7.30pm
Sunday 31st October 7.30pm

Tickets: £10/£5 Concs via website.
Performance Length: 2 hours, no interval.

4 comments:

Tamsin said...

Actually, this probably should not be tagged "children" - they specifically warn off under twelves.

AIW said...

Cheshire Cat gonna be a pole dancer, the Mad Hatter will be a junkie, White Rabbit is a bunnygirl...

Tamsin said...

No, but the nightmare uncertainties of the original.

Anonymous said...

Wonderland is a dark and magical place that may not be suitable for children under 12.

In the same way as eating meat, using a carrier bag or living within 3000 miles of a mobile phone mast may not be suitable for some Brockley residents. They'll be fine.

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