From Wonderland to Pleasurewood Hills
Two characters from Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland will be swapping the world down the rabbit hole for Pleasurewood Hills this Easter.
Fans of the classic story can book seats at the Hatter’s table for an interactive afternoon tea with the tale’s characters Alice and the Hatter.
The stage of Pleasurewood Hills’ Castle Theatre will be transformed in to a mini Wonderland for the tea parties which will run from 3 to 15 April. Guests will be able to hear about Alice’s time in Wonderland while they enjoy tea, cakes and other tea time treats. They may also be set a riddle or two to solve by the Hatter and will also get to meet the park’s very own Woody Bear who loves a party!
Pandemonium Productions, based in Beccles, are stage-managing the tea parties and will be providing the actors who will be stepping in to the shoes of the Hatter and Alice. Although much of their work sees them completing a range of projects in East Anglia, the company are no strangers to travelling around the country and their work often takes them to the Midlands and London.
Adam Noble, General Manager at Pleasurewood Hills, said: “We’re really excited to be working with Beccles based Pandemonium Productions. We have worked with the company previously during our Halloween-themed week Pleasurewood Chills, so we are looking forward to seeing how the team can bring the tea parties to life and create a magical experience for our visitors.”
Several sessions are available throughout the Easter Holiday and each tea party lasts for one hour.
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