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Alice's Adventures Underground

Fall deep into the Vaults, hidden beneath Waterloo station and lose yourself in a land far removed from our own.  But this isn’t Alice's adventure, it's yours...

Ending it’s run on 23rd September, this is your last chance to see the Olivier Award winning show, Alice’s Adventures Underground. Tumble down the rabbit hole and experience Wonderland like never before. Make a series of choices; Eat or drink? Grow or shrink? Take tea at the biggest un-birthday party with the maddest of Hatters; let the Cheshire Cat take you hither or thither or join the underground movement to rise against the fearsome Queen of Hearts. With 4 separate routes to take, each Wonderland adventure is completely unique.

Whatever choice you make, we assure you will have a nonsensical time!

“Seriously slick” Time Out

“One of the best theatre experiences you will ever have.” - Buzzfeed

“One hugely magical evening” The Spy in the Stalls

“If you see nothing else this year, see this!”  - British Theatre

“An intricate and unique show” - Broadway World

“An intoxicating world” - The Stage 

The clock is ticking. So what are you waiting for? 

Cancellation Policy

No refunds available after purchase

Duration

90 minutes with no interval

Good To Know

Please be aware there are strictly no late admissions. We advise you arrive at least 15 minutes before your start time.

How Does It Work

You must have a ticket to enter Alice’s Adventures Underground, and we can accept a copy of your ticket digitally, on a device, or a print out.

Offers Information

No booking fees offer valid on all performances. 

Suitable For Children

Alice's Adventures Underground is recommended for audiences aged 11+.
We have put this age guidance in place because there are moments in the show which might be unsuitable for younger children. Children aged between 11 and 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Younger children may attend but entirely at the discretion of the Parents and no refund will be offered after the show has commenced.

When Can I Go

Previews: Saturday 15th April – Monday 24th April 2017
Performances: Tuesday 25th April – Sunday 23rd September 2017

Where Do I Go

The Vaults, Launcelot Street, London, SE1 7AD
To get there: Exit Waterloo Station via Exit Two onto Waterloo Road. Walk towards the Old Vic and turn right onto Lower Marsh. Turn right at Launcelot Street (after the Greggs bakery).
Entry is from Launcelot Street.

The Vaults

Latest customer reviews

  • It's a must!

    21 September 2017

    Brilliant show, so much detail has gone into it definitely worth the cost of the ticket and flight as came from Isle of Man, it was hot there but I am pregnant also! :-) I envy those in costume big job well done! Would have loved to go and do it again and go back to try those cocktails they looked amazing!

    Zfish:-) Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Pure imagination

    20 September 2017

    You never really know what to expect once you first walk in... but let me tell you.. as a true alice in wonderland fan I was BLOWN away! The thought, care, and time that went into this production is incomparable. The actors were astounding.. the costumes unreal... and just everything about it was pure imagination. Best part of my London trip! I wish it was going on for longer that way I could experience going down the rabbit hole once again.

    Alexandra Dawson Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Alice in wonderland the vaults

    9 September 2017

    Nice setup and the vaults are amazing! A bit childish though but the actors were really good! I liked the decor and setup more than the core of interactive theatre which made the audience part of the theme and reminded me a lot of the London dungeons! A bit overpriced but overall wouldn't call it a bad experience

    Ibrahim Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • alices adventure underground

    8 September 2017

    Started off great! I chose the Eat Me option and then my husband and got divided depending on the suits of the card pack. He was hearts and I was diamonds. No real storyline and then went downhill after that. It was good, great actors and actresses but should have had more actors or storyline. No where as good as Punchdrunk theatre production that I once been. From going into the kitchen and towards the end you are taken to the end where everyone meets up at the Mad hatters tea party. Liked the singing by the turtle but smelt as it was underground to go with the whole atmosphere. After it was the court scene. All throughout lots of shouting rather than dialogue. Just one crazy production. Wished there was more proper acting or appearances of Alice or more rooms to go into. Just wanted to go round and explore but you can't unless taken by your leader of the Suit. It was a bit of a let down. Couldn't say I hated or liked it, just disappointing. I had a similar story to my husband when we were led in different parts but I guess every suit would. Would love to know what I missed out on.

    Tracy Confirmed ticket purchaser