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Through the Looking Glass with Alice.

CURIOUSER and curiouser . . . . visitors to the Alice Experience, which opened at St George's Hall in Liverpool yesterday, were treated to a look into the fantasy world of Lewis Carroll.

The Alice Experience is at the hall to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Lewis Carroll's popular children's classic.

Groups of up to 80 people will be admitted every 30 minutes, to follow the immersive trail throughout the Great Hall and other parts of the building, being greeted with interactive characters and magical illusions which tell the famous children's story.

It also features the Bishop of Liverpool as Humpty Dumpty who was a character in the book's sequel, Alice Through the Looking Glass.

The Rt Rev Paul Bayes, who has a degree in theatre studies, appears as a 3-D projection in the family show.

The Alice Experience will run for two weeks, including over half-term, until February 19, 2016.

Performances run from 10am every half hour until 8pm. Tickets cost from PS7 for adults and PS5 for children. | www.inanotherplace.com

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Alice and the Rabbit at St George's Hall for the Alice Experience; and, left, the face of the Rt Rev Paul Bayes, Bishop of Liverpool, projected on to Humpty Dumpty

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Date:Feb 6, 2016
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