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Jabberwocky Tickets - The Other Palace, London

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Jabberwocky London Theatre Tickets
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The Other Palace

The Other Palace
12 Palace Street

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Prepare to witness the absurdity of the Jabberwocky at The Other Palace in London, with Susannah Pearse and Rebecca Applin providing audiences with a new musical based on the work of Lewis Carroll.

Over the years audiences have been treated to some fantastic family shows based on the works of some of the nation’s favourite authors. However, one of the biggest British author’s of all time remains Lewis Carroll, whose work has been adapted and copied ever since it emerged in the late 19th century.

Jabberwocky is one of those works. With its origins in the book Through The Looking-Glass, And What Alice Found There, the story and its characters have enjoyed a long history for more than a century, solidifying in the nation’s consciousness and inspiring imaginations. So it is no wonder producers have looked at the text for the latest stage production to land in London.

Focusing on the characters of Flora and Jess and depicting their struggles across time as they come face to face with the creature known as the Jabberwocky, this is one of the most imaginative shows for youngsters, providing hilarity and memorable music for the whole family.

Writer Susannah Pearse, who provides the book and lyrics to this musical, has plenty of experience penning imaginative musicals, which have been staged around the country. One of them is The 45th Marvellous Chatterley Village Fete, which also saw her work with this show’s composer Rebecca Applin, which has been performed by Bury St Edmunds Amateur Dramatic and Operatic Society.

Directed by Luke Sheppard and featuring choreography from Heather Douglas, Jabberwocky appears at The Other Palace from Saturday 7th April 2018.

Show Information
Booking From: Friday, 13th April 2018
Booking Until: Saturday, 14th April 2018
Show Status: This production is closed
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