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Alice in Wonderland

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Restrictions

All Ages

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Alice in Wonderland is a much loved and well-known story written in 1865 by Lewis Carroll. Darlington Theatre Players at the Marloo Theatre are pleased to bring this ‘wonderfabulotious’ tale to the stage from February 28 to March 14 2020. This adaptation draws out all the humour and magic of the original story and creates an exciting and challenging musical with plenty of audience interaction.

Directed by Rachel Vonk this fun-filled story is coming to life with a substantial cast of 30, with over half of the actors being under 18. Alice (Daisy Churchman) is drawn into a wondrous world where nothing really makes sense. In Wonderland Alice bumps into The White Rabbit (Kate Temme) who is running late for a date with The Dutches (Rebecca McRae), Now lost in Wonderland Alice meets a host of very unusual people and animals. How did she get here, and can she find her way home?

This show is a musical pantomime suitable for the entire family.

2020 Season Tickets are also available.

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