ALICE'S ADVENTURES UNDERGROUND

"Literally one of the best theatre experiences you will ever have" (Buzzfeed)

 

Following the sell-out run in 2015 at the Vaults deep under Waterloo Station, Les Enfants Terribles’ and ebp bring their Olivier award nominated Alice’s Adventures Underground back in April!

 

Tumble down the rabbit hole and make a series of choices in a theatrical adventure like no other, with more to explore than ever before!

 

Meet some of Wonderlands famous and curious inhabitants. Take tea at the biggest un-birthday party with the maddest of Hatters; let the Cheshire Cat take you hither or thither or join the underground movement to rise against the fearsome Queen of Hearts.

 

If you are already a Wonderlander, be prepared for new surprises and if you’re yet to be greeted by the White Rabbit, come and an experience a 'Theatre Extravaganza' (Stylist)

 

Don’t be late! Logic will fail you. Nonsense will overwhelm you! ‘The perfect remedy for grown-ups who have forgotten what it is to play’ (The Observer).

The stage 5* ‘gorgeously designed…an intoxicating world which is a delight to explore’

 

 

Beautifully designed and wonderfully performed this adventure makes a perfect night out

The Sweet London Life *****

 

A must see show that is something quite extraordinarily unique

A Spy in the Stalls *****

 

The piece sits somewhere between theatre, a dreamlike experience and an elaborate game for grown-ups, who are invited to allow themselves to be mesmerised

The Up Coming *****

 

t’s pretty mind-blowing that this show doesn’t miss a beat. Immersive theatre can sometimes be clumsy and awkward, but this is seriously slick

Time out *****

 

An intricate and unique show…the cast is excellent, subtly steering the audience around the labyrinth of tunnels and rooms, constantly chatting, joking and maintaining rapt interest

Broadway world ****

www.alice-underground.com

 

April - September 2017

 

Running time 90 minutes.

 

ENTRANCE INFORMATION

Entrance to Alice's Adventures Undergound is via our

Launcelot Street entrance