Tag: The Vaults

Review: Alice’s Adventures Underground

Review: Alice’s Adventures Underground

Guest Review by Holly O’Mahony, co-written with Daniel Perks.


Holly’s journey:

I love site-specific, promenade theatre – particularly when it’s based on a classic story I’m already familiar with. Throw in some freedom to make decisions on what you see, and it’s all the more exciting. So I was thrilled to get to see the highly acclaimed production of Alice’s Adventures Underground by Les Enfants Terribles, which is now well into its second run following a sell-out stint in 2015.

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Interview, Adam Scott-Rowley, “We wanted to see how far we could push it without it becoming caricature”

Interview, Adam Scott-Rowley, “We wanted to see how far we could push it without it becoming caricature”

For more details about This Is Not Culturally Significant, please see my accompanying news article and review from the Vaults Festival.


This Is Not Culturally Significant was a highlight of this year’s Vaults Festival. Adam Scott-Rowley delivers an exposing performance that simultaneously shocks and slays his audience. What’s more, he is entirely naked for the whole thing. Now it has quickly transferred for a three-week run to The Bunker and judging by its current reception will only transfer onto bigger and better things in the near future.

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Blog: Alice’s Adventures Underground Behind The Scenes

Blog: Alice’s Adventures Underground Behind The Scenes

A group of London’s keenest bloggers and theatre writers were invited by RAW PR to a post-show exclusive event for Alice’s Adventures Underground. I was fortunate enough to attend this magical world and see how a group of manic geniuses conjured up such a piece of nonsensical perfection.

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