The Exmouth Players present “Alice!”, a musical play, which is based on the books by Lewis Carroll, at The Blackmore Theatre, Bicton Street, Exmouth, at the times and dates appearing below.
This is a family orientated version of Alice’s adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-glass, adapted and directed by Nick Lawrence, with original music by Ian D Crew. Many of the much-loved characters from the famous books by Lewis Carroll will be appearing to play croquet; dance the lobster quadrille, the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party and the caucus race; and end up in court in search of the Queen of Hearts’ Tarts.
|JANE LIDDELL||Courteney Potter|
|WHITE RABBIT||Helen Ballard|
|THE DODO (lawyer)||Mike Hamilton|
|THE LORY (headmaster)||Mark Blaber|
|THE MOUSE||Katherine Lister|
|THE DUCK||Luke Morley|
|THE EAGLET||Charlie Allen|
|THE CANARY||Val Reynolds|
|THE MAGPIE||Pat Trythall|
|THE BLACKBIRD||Martin Hurd|
|THE CROW||Audrey Moore|
|THE STARLING||Nicola Price|
|THE SPARROW||Chris Bungay|
|THE ROBIN||Jane Pile-Rowland|
|THE FISH FOOTMAN||Holly Reed|
|THE FROG FOOTMAN||Katherine Lister|
|THE CATERPILLAR||David Pomeroy|
|OLD FATHER WILLIAM||Val Reynolds|
|THE YOUNG MAN||Nicola Price|
|THE WALRUS||Martin Hurd|
|THE CARPENTER||Pat Trythall|
|THE COOK||Audrey Moore|
|THE DUCHESS||Joyce Pomeroy|
|THE CHESHIRE CAT||David Pomeroy|
|HUMPTY DUMPTY||Ray Virr|
|THE WHITE KING||Les Hunt|
|THE MARCH HARE||Holly Reed|
|THE DORMOUSE||Charlie Allen|
|THE HATTER||Luke Morley|
|THE WHITE KNIGHT||James Phillips|
|THE QUEEN OF HEARTS||Pat Peters|
|THE KING OF HEARTS||Martin Moore|
|THE KNAVE OF HEARTS||Nicola Price|
|THE GRYPHON||Martin Hurd|
|THE MOCK TURTLE||Trevor Brice|
|THE EXECUTIONER||Lee Haddow|
|THE TWO OF SPADES||Pat Trythall|
|THE FIVE OF SPADES||Audrey Moore|
|THE SEVEN OF SPADES||Val Reynolds|
|THE NINE OF CLUBS||Martin Hurd|
|THE SIX OF CLUBS||Courteney Potter|
|THE FIVE OF CLUBS||Katherine Lister|
|THE THREE OF HEARTS||Jane Pile-Rowland|
|THE FOUR OF HEARTS||Chris Bungay|
|BIRDS||Mike Hamilton (Dodo)||Mark Blaber (Lory)||Luke Morley (Duck)||Charlie Allen (Eaglet)|
|Pat Trythall (Magpie)||Val Reynolds (Canary)||Audrey Moore (Crow)|
|Nicola Price (Starling)||Jane Pile-Rowland (Robin)||Chris Bungay (Sparrow)||[Katherine Lister]|
|Spades||Pat Trythall||Audrey Moore||Val Reynolds|
|Clubs||Martin Hurd||Courteney Potter||Katherine Lister|
|Hearts||Jane Pile-Rowland||Chris Bungay|
Adult – £10
Under 16’s – £5
Family Ticket (2 adults and 2 children) – £25
For every block booking of 10 tickets, you get one ticket free.
Coach parties welcome.
Tickets are now on sale – please call Ticket Line 07484 509514 to book now.
Theatre Box Office opens daily (except Sundays) from Monday 3rd December 2018 between 9.30am and 1.00pm
Message For All You Children (with Parental consent where appropriate)
- All you girls are invited to turn up at any of the performances dressed as Alice. The more of there are of you, the better. Boys can turn up as Mad Hatter’s if they wish to do so. Start looking out for any costumes which may be appropriate.
- All children aged between 3 and 12 years who are attending the Matinee Performance on Sunday 9th December 2018 are invited to the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party following this performance. You will need to bring your own packed tea to enjoy with the Mad Hatter, Alice and some other members of the cast. Don’t forget your cameras mums and dads.
Further information will be updated very soon. Please keep checking in from time to time.