Blue Raincoat Theatre Company

Theatre

Alice in Wonderland

Dates: 04 Mar - 16 Mar

Show Time: 7.30pm

Tickets: €18-20

Preview: 7.30pm 4 March, €16
Matinee: 3pm 9 & 16 March, €16

From the team that brought you Shackleton and The Third Policeman comes a fast-paced visual and imaginative rendition of a timeless classic.

This literary tale enthrals and engages as we follow Alice’s fall down the rabbit hole into a world full of fantastical people, and strange and unpredictable events where her adventures are at once ridiculous and profound.

Alice in Wonderland, Blue Raincoat style, promises to be a visually sumptuous and physical re-telling of Lewis Carroll’s beloved work, adapted for the stage by Jocelyn Clarke and directed by Niall Henry. Follow Alice on her madcap journey through Wonderland with the Queen of Hearts, Mad Hatter, the frantically late White Rabbit and Ireland’s longest running theatre ensemble.

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Recommended for ages 7+
Duration: 1hr 10mins

Adapted by: Jocelyn Clarke
Directed by: Niall Henry
Cast: Sandra OMalley, Miriam Needham, Hilary Bowen Walsh, John Carty, Brian Devaney and Barry Cullen
Design: Paul O Donnell
Sound Design: Joe Hunt
Lighting: Barry McKinney
Image Credit: Peter Martin

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