Get ready to take the kids down the rabbit hole for a great theatre adventure in Peterborough.
You can’t beat outdoor theatre in the summer, especially in the beautiful setting of Peterborough Cathedral’s cloisters.
Grab your picnic rugs and chairs and don’t be late for a very important date to see an outdoor matinee performance of Alice in Wonderland, on Thursday July 28 at 2pm.
Join Alice as she embarks on her magical adventures through Wonderland and meets the White Rabbit and the Cheshire Cat, and attends the Mad Hatter’s tea party with more larger-than-life characters.
This is a brand new adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s family favourite from KD Theatre, who are excited to be bringing the production to Peterborough.
Daniel Bell from KD Theatre said: “We are thrilled to be returning to the stunning grounds of Peterborough Cathedral. We promise to bring you a high energy, colourful and musical performance for all the family.”
Their playful take on the classic tale features a professional cast of performers, catchy new songs and lots of laughs.
Don’t forget your picnic, and dress for the weather with sunhats or waterproofs depending on the forecast!
This performance is one of a series this summer, including The Jungle Book and Pygmalion on July 30 and The Three Musketeers on August 19. For more information see Live in the Cloisters on the cathedral website.
Tickets are £15 for adults, £10 for children or £45 for a family ticket (2 adults and 2 children). A booking fee applies.
They can be booked via the Cathedral website www.peterborough-cathedral.org.uk