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Alice’s Adventures Underground: Waterloo Vaults are being trasformed into a topsy turvy theatre

Posted at 3:30 pm, April 15, 2015 in Arts & Entertainment, Fun London
Alice's Adventures in Underground

You’re invited for a night of nonsense courtesy of Les Enfants Terrible and Emma Brunjes Productions to celebrate the 150th anniversary of ‘Alice In Wonderland’. Starting April 16, 33 rooms in Waterloo Vaults will be transformed into an underground wonderland, where guests can take part in a topsy turvy night of immersive theatre. After falling down the rabbit hole, you’ll need to choose between an ‘Eat me’ or ‘Drink me’ adventure – depending on your appetite. Both options will see you interact with a host of our favourite Lewis Carroll characters – be they puppets or actors – and promise to feature everything from a tea table of gigantic proportions, to cheshire cats, a full-sized court room and all the tea you can drink.

If tea’s not your bag, then you can get something stronger when the night concludes at the Wonderland Bar. The bar is also the place to head for a game of flamingo croquet and the chance to get lost in the hedge maze. And if that’s not enough fun and games for you, there’s a whole season of live music and DJ sets as well as Monday night talks, dubbed The Wonderland Sessions.

Alice’s Adventures in Underground and The Wonderland Sessions will run from April 16 until August 31, Tuesdays to Sundays. Book tickets here.

Want more ideas for fun stuff to do this month? Get some here.

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