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Facts & Figures about the 2017 production of Alice’s Adventures Underground

Learn more about our 2017 production of Alice’s Adventures Underground at The Vaults, London.

Watch these three videos to give you a unique insight into the show.

Facts & Figures

It’s a fact! Trivia and figures from our production of Alice’s Adventures Underground.

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Writer Facts #1

It’s a fact! Trivia and figures from our production of Alice’s Adventures Underground with writers Oliver Lansley & Anthony Spargo.

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Writer Facts #2

It’s a fact! Trivia and figures from our production of Alice’s Adventures Underground with writers Oliver Lansley & Anthony Spargo.

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About Les Enfants Terribles’ Alice’s Adventures Underground

Olivier nominated Alice’s Adventures Underground first premiered in London at The Vaults Waterloo in 2015. The production featured over 70 actors and a crew of more than 45 creatives and technicians to bring audiences into Wonderland each night.

The show returned to London in 2017 with new characters, new storylines and new exciting opportunities to interact with the actors in this immersive Wonderland!

Find out more about Alice’s Adventures Underground.

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