PwC Presents its Panto Alice in Wonderland
Alice in Wonderland is the 35th annual charitable pantomime production presented by PwC as part of its Community Affairs Programme.
Alice in Wonderland is a magical tale against time featuring a white rabbit running late, a Mad Hatter’s tea party, a Cheshire cat and the Queen of Hearts. A young girl, Alice, finds herself tumbling down a rabbit hole to seek a new adventure. However, this is no usual adventure, and she finds herself in all sorts of peculiar situations and conversations, which leads to her playing a strange game of croquet with the Queen of Hearts. After using flamingo mallets and hedgehog balls, the Queen loses her temper and becomes furious with Alice, who then wakes up. Has it been a dream all along?
The show will be brought to life by around 200 PwC staff and alumni, both on stage and behind the scenes. PwC’s aim is to bring joy to children from inner city schools and charities, giving away 8,000 free tickets to children from local boroughs. All revenues from additional ticket sales help to contribute towards that experience.