ALICE IN WONDERLAND: MEET THE CHESHIRE CAT
Someone who always has a smile on his face is our Cheshire Cat – introducing Noah, in Year 11.
What do you particularly like about your character?
I like how I am able to put my own spin on the character. I’ve been able to make him a bit sarcastic at times but also serious when he needs to be.
Have you performed in any shows before, if so, please tell us a little about your experiences?
In April of last year, I took part in the One Act Festival. We ended up winning two different trophies and advancing to the next round. Unfortunately, some of us were unable to make it so we had to drop out.
What are you enjoying most about being part of Alice?
I have been able to meet so many unbelievably talented, like-minded people. Being able to get close with them, forming a connection and calling some of them my friends is so amazing to me.
What is your favourite moment of the show so far?
There’s not too much I can say without spoiling the whole plot of the show. However, I do believe I can say that “we did it”
Why should you buy a ticket to come and watch Alice and Wonderland?
A main thing you need when putting on a show is chemistry with the actors and everyone else back stage. In most other school shows and perhaps some shows in general that chemistry is often not there and it is very apparent to the audience. However, the cast of Alice in Wonderland are all like a family, which overall makes the performance go a lot better. Because of this, the show is high quality and also very funny at times. So, if you wish to leave our reality and enter this world that we have created I would highly recommend buying tickets. I can promise you that you won’t regret it.
The show runs from 30th November to 2nd December. Tickets are priced £9 for adults, £7 for children (age 16 and under) or £30 for a family ticket (2x adults and 2xchildren). They are available here.