Friday, 12 February 2016

Review: The Alice Experience

We were delighted to be asked to the press opening to The Alice Experience at St George's Hall in Liverpool. We have Alice - aged 4 and Rosie aged (almost 3) so I knew that they would love it.

Outside St George's Hall


The production is different to most place - as it is in St George's Hall there are a variety of rooms for you to follow the White Rabbit - as you know, he is always "late" so the production begins with Alice following the white rabbit and as she does, so do we. We move from room to room, through corridors and carefully decorated halls and spaces. It is very exciting.

The White Rabbit "I'm late!" - we followed him through the various rooms


We fond the production was full of colour, emotion, textures, sounds - the kids absolutely loved it. I adore St George's Hall as a place and so I was in my element. Especially since as press we were invited to a sort-of mad hatter's tea party in one of the plush rooms!  It was a real treat.

The girls were so excited to meet Alice! My Alice said "Alice do you like my red shoes??"


This was our little mad hatter's party treat!



Alice being "sentenced" by the Queen!


The production is made by the producers of The Narnia Experience which has ran previously. In Another Place are made up of very creative individuals, some with additional needs who are "Christians and community working together, inspired by our love of God and the people around us." They were very passionate about what they do and this showed in the effort that has been put into this production.

We had a fabulous time. Tickets start at £7 for adults and £5 for children and it runs until 19th February. You can book tickets and read more about the production here.

Disclosure: We were invited to this production free of charge for the purpose of this review. All words and views are my own.


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