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WONDERLAND – Touring

In Musicals, Opinion, Reviews, Touring by Emma ClarendonLeave a Comment

When you first sit down and take in this bizarre but wonderfully performed musical you might think that you literally have gone mad in your own mind with the number of characters passing through and yet by the end you realise it actually made perfect sense. So maybe we are all a bit mad after all.

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Press pass revisited: Has wonder.land improved since its Manchester premiere?

In Features, London theatre, Musicals, Opinion, Quotes, Reviews by Terri PaddockLeave a Comment

When wonder.land premiered at the Manchester International Festival in July, reviews were decidedly mixed. National press who made the trip north were underwhelmed, bestowing a raft of three-star ratings, while local critics were kinder, bumping it up to a four-star show. In the intervening months, rumour has it, there’s been extensive redevelopment of this digital-age […]

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ESCAPE FROM WONDERLAND – Edinburgh Fringe

In Circus by Katharine KavanaghLeave a Comment

Just Festival at Central Hall, Edinburgh Festival Fringe; 11th August 2015 Characters loosely derived from Lewis Carroll’s Wonderland are the hosts of this jumbled collection of theatrical devices. As we enter, the characters are already among us, which is an interesting introduction that promises more interaction than the show itself goes on to provide. An […]