This immersive theatre experience is inspired by Lewis Carroll’s classic novel of the same name. Audiences will delight in the “interactive storytelling, music, and circus deep below Waterloo station.”
The production originally ran in London in 2015 where it performed for over 100,000 visitors and received a 2016 Olivier Award nomination for Best Entertainment and Family Show. Now it is back with a re-written and longer script and promises a more improved experience.
What critics are saying about Alice’s Adventures Underground
Just like in its original performance, critics and fans alike continue to love this year’s production.
Broadway World describes the show as a “stunning revival of an intricate and unique show that brings the genius of Carroll’s writing vividly to life”.
Writer Julian Eaves also praised the show and said his visit was “simply the best possible experience.”
Meanwhile, What’s On Stage calls it an “immersive theatre you won’t be able to see in London at the moment.”
About the cast
Alexander Wolfe reprises his role as the Mock Turtle. The songwriter, singer, and musician from London has released three albums to date, most recently of which was the ambitious The Shallows.
Richard Booth graduated from Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. Some of his theatre credits include War Horse (New London Theatre) and Kate Bush: Before the Dawn (Hammersmith Apollo).
Meanwhile, Farrell Cox is a physical theatre actress and aerialist. She trained at East 15 Acting School, Dell Arte International School in California, and with renowned clown Philippe Gaulier.
Dominic Creasey trained at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. While there, he had the opportunity to perform on notable stages like The Tobacco Factory and Bristol Old Vic Studio. After graduating, Dominic joined several shows and films including I Have Never and New Mutiny’s Romeo and Juliet.
Matthew Crouzieres trained at St. Mary’s University in Physical Theatre Drama and graduated with a 1st class degree. Moreover, during his training, he also worked as an intern for Punchdrunk Theatre Company on their production of Mask of the Red Death.
Also part of the cast is Jack Dorning. He trained at Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance. His previous work includes Hansel and Gretel, Jellyfish, and Rite of Passage.
Joining them are Emily Essery, David Frias-Robles, Alex Gilbert, Matthew Hamper, Nicholas Hart, Philippa Hogg, Richard Holt, Lydia Hourihan, and more.