Family smash-hit ballet, ALICE (in wonderland) returns to His Majesty’s Theatre this May

6 May - 21 May

Credit: Chihiro Nomura as Alice in ALICE (in wonderland). Photo by Sergey Pevnev


Full of flips and fantastic fantasy, West Australian Ballet perform live alongside West Australian
Symphony Orchestra, presenting their highly acclaimed production, ALICE (in wonderland).

An award-winning over-the-top re-imagining of Lewis Carroll’s nostalgic classical childhood tale. The
whole family will relish in the excitement and wonder of Alice’s adventure down the rabbit hole.

Credit: Chihiro Nomura as Alice with Julio Blanes as the White Rabbit in ALICE (in wonderland). Photo by Sergey Pevnev


Featuring the tardy White Rabbit, eccentric Mad Hatter and terrifying Queen of Hearts, journey with
Alice she meets all the characters you know and love. With their intricately detailed costumes
designed by Cirque du Soleil’s Liza Vandal, you will be in awe of the jaw-dropping spectacle from
start to finish.

The whole family will be immersed in this spectacular adventure, overflowing with unexpected
humour and energy. Choreographed by Hong Kong Ballet’s Septime Webre, the extravagant
production sees ballet meet puppetry as beloved characters fly across the stage.

Credit: Chihiro Nomura as Alice in ALICE (in wonderland). Photo by Sergey Pevnev


After receiving an exceptionally rare 5-stars from The West Australian along with a sold out season
in 2019, ALICE (in wonderland) returns to His Majesty’s Theatre in May to ignite the imagination and
wonder in this highly anticipated 13 show encore.

Credit: Alexa Tuzil as the Caterpillar with the dancers of West Australian Ballet in ALICE (in wonderland)


As the White Rabbit would say, don’t be late for this important date as tickets are expected to sell
out fast. ALICE (in wonderland) returns to His Majesty’s Theatre for a limited time. You’d be mad to
miss out!

Showing from 6 – 21 May at His Majesty’s Theatre. Tickets are now on sale at waballet.com.au/alice

Credit: Glenda Garcia Gomez and Matthew Lehmann as the Queen and King of Hearts in ALICE (in wonderland). Photo by Sergey Pevnev


For more information on ALICE (in wonderland) and to plan your visit, please see :

waballet.com.au/alice
www.facebook.com/waballet
www.instagram.com/waballet

Credit: Jesse Homes and Matthew Edwardson as Tweedledee and Tweedledum in ALICE (in wonderland)


!date 6/05/2022 -- 21/05/2022

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