One Day in Wonderland
  • Brighton Fringe

Alice is bored and loves to daydream. One day unexpected events lead her into the magical Wonderland ruled by the Red Queen and the mysterious Jabberwocky. A place full of friends and frenemies, but which is which? Why is the Mad Hatter mad, the White Rabbit always late and all the roses painted red. Was Humpty pushed or did he fall? Tweedledum and Tweedledee wont stop fighting plus a grinning Cheshire Cat, a smoking Caterpillar, and a tea-drinking Dormouse. Join Alice as she tries to work out what an earth is going on in Wonderland and why she is here?Directed by Darrie GardnerDirector of Photography Grayson MoodyEditor and Animator Alec SimmonsDayo Ade as AliceMichael J Ansley as The Mad Hatter and The CaterpillarDarrie Gardner as The Red Queen, Dormouse and CookPaul-D Stephenson as The Cheshire CatSarah J Warren as Lorna and TweedleDeeRob Maynard as The March Hare and TweedleDumIain Gibbons as The White RabbitIan Renshaw as The Duchess and HumptyPart of the C ARTS programme, a home for international independent arts, showcasing creativity, celebrating diversity. See more at http://www.CtheArts.com

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