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Alice in Wonderland
 

The Australian Shakespeare Company proudly presents

Alice in Wonderland

Lewis Carroll’s much loved classic Alice in Wonderland is coming to life again these Summer holidays in the beautiful surrounds of Rippon Lea House and Gardens.

Join Alice as she goes down the rabbit hole and follows the White Rabbit into the magical world of Wonderland. She’ll get taller and smaller, dance with the Dodo, talk with a Caterpillar, have tea with the Mad Hatter, and battle the Queen of Hearts.

With riddles and rhymes, singing, dancing and even acrobatics, there’s lots of fun participation for everyone. The audience will even play croquet with the Queen of Hearts – or it’s off with their heads!

This captivating promenade-style children’s production has been performed to sell out audiences in Australia and overseas, and is a delight that will keep the whole family enthralled.

“In need of some lively outdoor entertainment for children? Look no further...” - Herald Sun
"Marvelous entertainment for adults and children. A great holiday treat." - The Australian
"This captivating outdoor production will keep the whole family entertained." - The Advertiser

3 - 27 January, 2019
Tues - Sun 11am, Thurs and Fri 6pm
Tickets: $25-30 (children under 12 months free), $90-110 Family (4 people)
**Early Bird Tickets available until the 1st of December
Bookings: 03 8676 7511 and online at www.shakespeareaustralia.com.au
Venue: Ripponlea House and Gardens - 192 Hotham St, Elsternwick (entry via main gate on Hotham St)
www.shakespeareaustralia.com.au

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Venue: Ripponlea House and Gardens - 192 Hotham St, Elsternwick (entry via main gate on Hotham St)
Dates: Thursday 03 January 2019 – Sunday 27 January 2019
Bookings: 03 8676 7511

Tues - Sun 11am, Thurs and Fri 6pm

 

 

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