Jaden and his friend Desiree, received a message from the Queen of Hearts. They have been invited to Kids in Wonderland to witness the first official visit of The Queen of Hearts to the Mad Hatter’s table and join Alice and her friends at their tea party!
Kids in Wonderland, based off Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland, is an interactive and immersive theatrical play for kids. The little audience are thrilled to be offered an experience that’s more like a real life adventure with the cast. No longer are they passive observers from the floor, they can now get upclose and personal with the characters themselves and were even asked to play musical chairs together! How’s that for an awesome tea party?
With a whimsical and beautifully decorated set, I love how a walking Card invite us in, promptly after we “dropped down” the rabbit hole. Jaden was delighted and amused by that too. We felt warmly welcomed as active participants to the 45 minutes performance – singing and dancing to the beat, playing games and having some interaction with the kids! The play teaches children the importance of friendship and personality and that it is completely acceptable to be yourself. I hope this show will light a spark in Jaden!
No food and drinks will be provided, but you can buy milkshakes and delightfully themed Wonderland drinks from The Queen’s Cafe after the show. Remember to take a photo with your favourite characters after the show. Now, time to take a look at some photos!
The secret venue of Wonderland by Andsoforth runs at the 9 Tampines Grande (Level 2 Hitachi Square) from now to 30 July 2017. 30 July.
More details and booking of tickets at https://www.kidsinwonderland.com.sg/
Kids in Wonderland is suitable for 2 year olds and above. All children below 7 years old would need parent accompaniment as well.
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Disclaimer: This blog post is in collaboration with Andsoforth. All pictures and opinion are of our own.