Heritage and Culture Warwickshire is delighted to welcome the Folksy Theater to the gardens of St John’s House on Wednesday July 27 at 2pm for this open-air performance of Alice in Wonderland.
Alice, a curious young girl, follows a white rabbit down a rabbit hole and finds herself in Wonderland! There she begins an adventure she will never forget. Come and meet some of the weirdest and weirdest characters, including the mysterious Cheshire Cat, the goofy Mad Hatter, and the hot-tempered Queen of Hearts! Filled with live music and puppets, it’s the perfect show for the whole family!
Cllr Heather Timms, Warwickshire County Council portfolio holder for the environment, climate and culture, said: ‘What a great way to start the summer holidays with an outdoor performance of this children’s classic and in the beautiful gardens of St John’s House. This is just one of many summer events and activities that Heritage and Culture Warwickshire have planned, full details are available at warwickshire.gov.uk/heritageboxoffice.
Praise of folk theatre:
“A truly magical afternoon” The Times
Suitable for ages 3-6
Bring a picnic and dress for the weather. (Please note that the performance will take place in wet weather).
Tickets: £12 child, £15 adult, £48 family (prices exclude booking fee)
To book tickets, please visit: https://ticketstripe.com/events/1028612
For further details please visit folksytheatre.co.uk or for any queries please contact [email protected]