Fall down the rabbit hole with Alice in a show that will appeal to adults and children alike.

A new adaptation of Lewis Carroll's classic tale of Alice in Wonderland sees Alice losing her cat and matching the start of the traditional tale. But when her search leads her to the library, Alice discovers more than she could ever have imagined.

The Blackshaw Theatre at Battersea library is committed to supporting new writing and believes the story is an important part of British cultural heritage.

Written by Richard Stratton and directed by Ellie Pitkin, the production has been described as "ingenious" and "imaginative".

  • Blackshaw Theatre; Battersea library, 265 Lavender Hill, London; May 2-16; 6/7.30pm; £6 adult, £3 under 12's; Visit blackshawonline.com/whats-on.