Tumble down the rabbit hole these school holidays

This summer, families are invited to tumble down the rabbit hole and embark on a whimsical adventure with Alice as The Capitol Theatre hosts Glenn Elston’s highly acclaimed production of Alice in Wonderland.

Running from December 24, 2023, until January 21, 2024, Lewis Carroll’s timeless classic comes to life in a vibrant and interactive performance that promises to enchant audiences of all ages.

As Alice tumbles down the rabbit hole, the Capitol Theatre transforms into the magical world of “Wonderland.”

The roller-coaster narrative unfolds as Alice courageously bounces from one unexpected and amazing situation to the next, all enhanced by the theater’s famous Walter Burley Griffin ceiling, drenched in technicolor.

Glenn Elston, the creative force behind the production, expressed his joy in witnessing the reactions of young audiences.

“We love seeing the reactions on the faces of the little ones as they meet the wildly curious assortment of characters in the play,” Elston said.

This interactive production promises fun for the whole family, featuring a bright performance style, colorful costumes, and catchy songs.

Audiences of all ages are encouraged to join in and become a part of the magical fun, making it a memorable experience for everyone.

The Capitol Theatre provides a cool retreat from the summer heat, offering an air-conditioned escape for families to enjoy this nostalgic and captivating production.

With immersive lighting, engaging soundscapes, and sing-along moments, Alice in Wonderland is set to be a highlight of the summer season, promising a joyous and entertaining experience for audiences of all ages.

Tickets can be purchased at shakespeareaustralia.com.au



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