You’ve got to go right to the heart…

Gobo’s first production, a modern adaptation of Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland came to a successful conclusion in Abingdon on Saturday 23rd February.

If you missed the show, don't worry. We're in discussions about the possibility of reviving the show in Oxford over the summer, and watch this space for more information... To not miss a beat, please join our mailing list and we'll keep you posted.

Emmy Owen in Alice by Laura WadeAdam Elliott, Suzy Nutt, Dean Lamb and Emmy Owen in Alice by Laura Wade Emmy Owen and Dean Lamb in Alice by Laura Wade


Some of the fantastic reviews Alice has received so far...

Alice was side-splittingly funny as well as chokingly touching, and achieved a delicate balance between surreal humour and realist expression with some outstanding comic performances.

Daily Info

It’s exciting to see talented youngsters at the beginning of their careers. I recommend you visit Alice’s world.

Oxford Times

Alice is an amazing show. Imagine 5 talented young actors playing over 30 parts with verve and imagination. The playwright has taken the well-known story of Alice in Wonderland and used it in a most ingenious and moving way to illustrate the process of working through bereavement and the pain of loss. This is a 'must-see' show which is touring all round this region, finishing in The Unicorn Theatre, Abingdon at the end of February 2013.

Daily Info

A fantastic performance that you get completely caught up in. Great retelling of the Alice story with very talented actors. Touching, insightful and also very funny!

Daily Info

Despite a dark underlying story the actors have superb comic timing providing relief in Wonderland from quite a harrowing reality.

Daily Info

Catch this show – you won’t regret it.

Daily Info

The Cast and Crew

Emmy Owen - Alice

Reece Miller - Joe, White Rabbit, Postman, Commentator

Suzy Nutt - Mum, Queen, Caterpillar, Mock Turtle, Hare, Hedgehog, Cook, Girl

Adam Elliott - Dad, Teacher, Hatter, King, Tweedledum, Humpty Dumpty, Tom, Flamingo, Boy

Dean Lamb - Auntie, Duchess, Cheshire Cat, Dormouse, Knave, Gryphon, Tweedledee, Dan, Cousin

Playwright - Laura Wade

Director - Amy Standish

Production Manager - Astrid Stevens

Co-Producers - Simon Coates and David Hunter

Assistant Producer - Katy Gibbons

We are very grateful to the following organisations for their sponsorship

Xerox Oxford Advisory Partnership SH Jones