Fall deep into the Vaults, hidden beneath Waterloo station and lose yourself in a land far removed from our own. But this isn’t Alice's adventure, it's yours…
Returning after a sell-out run in 2015, critically acclaimed theatre company, Les Enfant Terribles, in collaboration with ebp, bring their Olivier award nominated Alice’s Adventures Underground back in 2017!
Tumble down the rabbit hole falling fast into Wonderland, wandering through this topsy-turvy world, wide-eyed with visual and tactile treats embedded everywhere! Make a series of choices; Eat or drink? Grow or shrink? 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.
Revel in the Wonderland of your imagination recreated before your eyes, finding yourself at the centre of the story piecing together the puzzle searching for Alice who has been lost in looking glass.
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 experience real magic and wonder.
Don’t be late! Logic will fail you. Nonsense will overwhelm you!
Age Guidance: 11+
Cast & Creatives
- Richard Booth, Farrell Cox, Dominic Creasey, Matthew Crouzieres, Jack Dorning, Emily Essery, David Frias-Robles, Alex Gilbert, Mathew Hamper, Nicholas Hart, Philippa Hogg, Richard Holt, Lydia Hourihan, Sam Hoye, Michael Humphreys, Kojo Kamara, Max Krupski, Robert Lightfoot, Emma Maclennan, Elizabeth Mary-Williams, Jonathan Mathews, Miranda Menzies, Michele Moran, Alice Morgan Richards, Olivia Nakintu, Rhys Owen, Will Palmer, Alan Pearson, Zara Plessard, Marah Stafford, Tom Syms, Kyle Taylor, Deborah Tracey, Meghan Treadway, Maxwell Tyler, Marta Vella, Hemi Yeroham, Alexander Wolfe
- Lewis Carroll
- Adapted by
- Oliver Lansley & Anthony Spargo
- Oliver Lansley & James Seager
- Music by
- Alexander Wolfe
- Les Enfants Terribles and ebp in association with Creature of London
The Vaults Theatre
- Launcelot St, London SE1 7AD
- 0207 401 9603
- Official site
There is no parking at the venue.