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All About Alice 1

All About Alice 1

When: Tue 8 Apr 2014, 11.00-13.00 and 14.00-16.00

Where: Harry M Weinrebe Learning Centre

Price: Free

Family Drop-in Event

You are personally invited to a curious celebration of the nonsense world of Alice. With theatrical adventurers Teatro Vivo you will hunt the White Rabbit, create a curious upside-down, inside-out wonderland, play strange, silly or sensible games and so much more. But remember Rule 42: 'All persons more than a mile high to leave'.

That’s not all - we request that you come dressed up as your favourite character, watch not one but two tumbling hedgehogs, take tea (well maybe…) with a dormouse, and meet a flamingo – yes really, meet a flamingo!

Most important of all, see for yourself where it all started: Alice’s Adventures Under Ground by Lewis Carroll is perhaps the most famous of all the British Library’s 19th-century literary manuscripts. It is the first version of the work later published as Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (1865), and it’s on display for you to see!!

So hurry on down. Croquet at 12.30 and 15.30 sharp.

Suitable for children aged 3+ but all welcome