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Dan Wheeler (Cook) and Lauryn Redding (Duchess) in Alice’s Adventures Underground (Photo by Jason Joyce)

Dan Wheeler (Cook) and Lauryn Redding (Duchess) in Alice's Adventures Underground (Photo by Jason Joyce)

Casting announced for Alice’s Adventures Underground

First Published 20 March 2017, Last Updated 27 April 2017

Les Enfants Terribles and ebp in association with Creature of London are delighted to announce the cast of Alice’s Adventures Underground, which returns to The Vaults at Waterloo from 15 April 2017.

Audiences experience immersive theatre in spectacular detail in this interactive, puppetry-packed, fusion of storytelling, music and circus deep below Waterloo station. 

The cast of Alice’s Adventures Underground will be comprised of 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, and Hemi Yeroham.

Also returning as The Mock Turtle, composer of the original song ‘The Mock Turtle’s Lament’, Alexander Wolfe.

Audience members are invited down the rabbit hole in intimate groups, where they will be presented with a choice of EAT ME or DRINK ME, which will affect the way their show will unfold… Make your choice and find yourself at the centre of the story as you wander through Wonderland, piecing together the puzzle to search for Alice who is lost in the looking glass.

The immersive production was a hit in summer 2015, welcoming over 100,000 visitors and culminating in a 2016 Olivier Award nomination for Best Entertainment and Family Show.

Alice’s Adventures Underground was originally conceived as a celebration of the 150th anniversary of Lewis Carroll’s classic novel of the same name. It will play a limited season from 15 April 2017 – 23 September 2017, with press night on 25 April 2017. Ticket prices range from £39.00 to £71.50 (£31.50 – £54.00 during previews), and there are a limited number of tickets for £25 for under 26’s at the first performance on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays throughout the run.

Also returning is the bespoke children’s show, Adventures In Wonderland, for those aged 5 to 10 from 13 May 2017 – 3 September 2017. Casting for this will be announced at a later date.

You can book your tickets for Alice’s Adventures Underground, or for Adventures In Wonderland, through us.


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