Adventures in Wonderland Now Playing at The Vaults

Les Petits Theatre Company presents Adventures in Wonderland at the Vaults, which runs until 3rd September 2017.

The critically acclaimed immersive theatre experience was created and directed especially for children aged 5 to 10. In this hour-long show, children play a part in controlling their own experience as they look for Alice. Upon entering Wonderland, they have to choose between ‘Eat Me’ and ‘Drink Me’, which determines their unique path.

Adventures in Wonderland was originally created to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Lewis Carroll’s classic novel, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. Oliver Lansley and Anthony Spargo adapted it for the stage while Emma Earle directed the production.

Critics and fans praised the production for pushing the boundaries of children’s theatre, as it allows audiences to explore Wonderland up close in an expansive, multi-room set in the Vaults under Waterloo station.

The Vaults Adventures in Wonderland
Adventures in Wonderland at the Vaults will run through until September. Photo courtesy of

About Adventures in Wonderland cast

The cast consists of Benedict Chambers, Adam Collier, Liam Harkins, Susanna Jennings, Hannah Miller, Chandni Mistry, Angelina Reilly-Szostak, and Noah Young.

Benedict Chambers’s theatre credits include Lizzie’s Dream at Orange Tree Theatre,  Waiting for Godot at BeMe Theatre in Munich, and Tim & Light at Pleasance Courtyard in Edinburgh.

Adam Collier recently performed on The Railway Children, We’re Going on a Bear Hunt (Asia and Australia tours), and The Last Days of Mankind. He also appeared on TV show Ghost Writer and film Your Move.

Liam Harkins played in Captured at Edinburgh Festival Fringe, and The Love of the Nightingale and She Stoops to Conquer at Platform Theatre. He also played as Al on the 2016 feature film Retreat.

Susanna Jennings has been on a couple of touring theatre productions, The Marvellous Imaginary Menagerie and The Gruffalo. She also appeared in feature films Modern Life is Rubbish and London Wall.

Hannah Miller’s theatre credits include Blackbird and Can You Hear Me, Major Tom? at Rondo Theatre in Bath, and Captain Fantastic and the Great Space Zoo at Redbridge Drama Centre.

Chandni Mistry has performed in Trident Moon at Finborough Theatre, Stig of the Dump at The Arts Theatre, and A First Class Death at The Vault Festival.

Meanwhile, Angelina Reilly-Szostak played in theatre productions Goosebumps Alive and A Little Bit OCD. She was also in the TV show Unknown Heart.

Lastly, Noah Young’s credits include theatre productions Lonely_city and Dido Aeneas: Remixed. He also appeared in feature film And Then I Was French.