ALICE IN WONDERLAND: MEET THE DORMOUSE
We are thrilled to introduce Lucy, in Year 13, who is playing the Dormouse.
What do you particularly like about your character?
The way the character acts and is betrayed throughout the play and the cheekiness of the dormouse.
What are you enjoying most about being part of Alice?
The atmosphere of the rehearsals is such a safe space to be in, along with learning all new choreography for the show and also working with and getting to know people who you’ve never worked with before.
What is your favourite moment of the show so far?
Learning the air hostess choreography has probably been my favourite moment yet but also a complete full run of Act 1- it was exciting to see the work we have created.
Why should you buy a ticket to come and watch Alice and Wonderland?
It’s an evening full of different year groups coming together to perform a show full of dance, drama and music. I think it’s even more important this year as we haven’t had a show in a few years due to the recent pandemic. It’s a chance for parents and carers to see what we’ve been up to in the past year and enjoy a night full of humour and a chance to bring it back after Joseph.
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.