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Alice in Wonderland

(September 14, 2012)

A wonderful show performed by a wonderful young cast. Seb Singh was a superb Rev Dodgdson.(Lewis Carroll to you and me)One day he will make a wonderful Emcee in Cabaret, maybe even outdoing Joel Gray. The two young ladies playing Alice, Caitlin Sherwood and Katie Lambert did not look alike but they had one vital thing in common, talent!Though disguised by superb costumes the talent of the rest of the cast was visible for all to see, Bethany Dale was the prettiest rabbit you are ever likely to see and Hannah Regan was simply wonderful as the Caterpillar, the costume must have taken hours to sew. Jordan Carter was a great Walrus and the King and Cain Ashbrook as the Knave of Hearts and the Carpenter will be breaking lots of hearts when he is older. Emily Hopkins as the Cat and Emma Price as the Duchess played their parts with a wonderful sense of fun as did Brittany Richards as Cook, Paige Grindrod as Hare and Zoe Moore as Dormouse. Jasmine Shaw and Rhiannah Moon were excellent as the playing cards as were Christina Mc Bride and Georgia Hormbrey as the Queen of Hearts and the Executioner, I am still laighing at their "Off with their heads" scene! Laura Wigglesworth made me laugh as the Mock Turtle, as did Ailsa Cheshire as Gryphon, wonderful stuff girls. They were ably backed up by a chorus of Zoe Murison, Becki Le, Aleisha Moon and Giles Briscoe who also helped out in the dance sequences. 

But this wonderful show could not have been performed so well without the adults who gave of their time to ensure we, the audience had a truly wonderful night out. Space precludes me from naming you all but I suppose it would be remiss of me not to mention the Directos, Sarah Sherwood, Bill Hartley, Karis Finnigan and Dave Stewart. I should also mention the vocal and dance coaches and the man in charge of the music; they were in order, Laura Wigglesworth, Nicola Kidd and Ian Sherwood. There were many others who helped to put on this wonderful show, to you all I give my many thanks.

Alan Lowe.

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