This autumn, internationally acclaimed Jasmin Vardmon Company presents the world premiere of ALiCE, a bold reimagining of Lewis Carrol’s ground-breaking 1865 novel, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.
Created and choreographed by artistic director Jasmin Vardimon, with design by Guy Bar-Amotz, ALiCE promises a sensory feast of arresting images, powerful performers and striking kinetic scenery. The autumn tour will begin with the work premiering at The BOing Festival at The Gulbenkian Theatre in Canterbury on 27th and 28th August before taking to the road, and will culminate in its London premiere at Sadler’s Wells at the end of October.
ALiCE tells the story of a woman, or perhaps a child, unsure of her identity and where she is going, escaping or exploring as she discovers the powers within her changing body. The world around her is different, curious, and compelling – and at times absolutely bonkers.
Exploring the themes of time, identity, rules and authority, award-winning Jasmin Vardimon’s newest creation follows the worldwide success of her adaptation of Carlo Collodi’s Pinocchio which, for the past six years, has played to packed houses across the world.
Find the dates and locations HERE (more dates to be announced soon).