Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland at Liverpool Playhouse

Kristy Stott, Theatre Editor
Alice in Wonderland at Liverpool Playhouse
Image courtesy of Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse.

Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland at Liverpool Playhouse, City Centre 4 — 22 July 2023 Tickets from £11.00 — Book now

We’re thrilled that Liverpool Playhouse will play host to a weird and wonderful new production of Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland this summer.

Bursting with brilliant original music inspired by the British pop scene.

Digital dreams and musical streams collide in this awesome new show for the whole family. Directed by Kate Wasserberg with an original soundtrack by Vikki Stone, the show promises to be a riotous adventure for all ages.

Packed with fun and imagination, a talented ensemble of actor-musicians put a glorious new spin on the classic tale. Bursting with brilliant original music inspired by the British pop scene, this is a new take on Lewis Carroll’s fantastical tale. Buckle up and get ready to follow Alice as she tumbles into a magical, chaotic and unfamiliar world.

Clever and switched on, Alice is pretty tech-savvy. However, when she tries to mend her father’s treasured old radio, a slip of the screwdriver sends her speeding into an astonishing new world. As the old cassette tape unravels, Alice is introduced to a host of colourful new characters; she also meets her musical match against the formidable Queen of Charts.

Take a trip down the rabbit hole and through the looking glass this July.

This joyful show has been created in collaboration with Plymouth Theatre Royal and Stockroom Productions. Expect a fantastically staged show brimming with escapism and silliness. Take a trip down the rabbit hole and through the looking glass with Alice in Wonderland this July.

Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland at Liverpool Playhouse, City Centre 4 — 22 July 2023 Tickets from £11.00 Book now

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