After sell-out seasons in 2017, Christopher Wheeldon’s madcap Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland© returns in 2019.
Wheeldon translates the wit and charm of Lewis Carroll’s story into delightful dance, framed by extravagant sets, magnificent costumes and extraordinary music. Wonderland has never looked more magical, thanks to this ingenious production's puppetry, projections and eye-bending illusions. Join Alice as she meets a twitchy White Rabbit, a tap-dancing Mad Hatter and a hot-tempered Queen of Hearts in this family-friendly adventure.
Experience breathtaking visuals from Tony Award-winning designer Bob Crowley and a colourful, cinematic score by Joby Talbot. With all the scale and spectacle of Broadway, this ballet will transport you to the heights of your imagination
Our production of Alice won two Helpmann Awards in 2018: Best Ballet and Best Female Dancer (for Principal Artist Ako Kondo).
It’s time to fall down the rabbit hole – don’t be late for this very important date!
Monday 17 June – Thursday 20 June for the best seats at the best price.
Book a C-Reserve ticket Monday – Thursday from $68.
...one fantastical episode after another in a heady rush of color and movement.
The New York Times
Choreography Christopher Wheeldon
Music Joby Talbot
orchestrated by Christopher Austin and Joby Talbot
Scenario Nicholas Wright
Set and costume design Bob Crowley
Lighting design Natasha Katz
Projection designs Jon Driscoll and Gemma Carrington
Puppet concept and design Toby Olié
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland© is a co-production between The Australian Ballet and The National Ballet of Japan
This production was commissioned and first performed by The Royal Ballet and The National Ballet of Canada
The Kenneth R Reed Fund has generously supported the recreation of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland© for The Australian Ballet
The Brisbane season of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland© is presented in association with QPAC
And what a show it is. It will appeal to everyone, including those who aren’t traditional ballet fansThe Courier Mail
It’s unmissable, really, and while everything the national company does is special, this is extra specialThe Courier Mail
such a dazzling feast, it’s hard even to pinpoint the highlightsThe Daily Telegraph
This is an utterly beguiling, visually arresting production with amazing dancing, generally deft storytelling and is an absolute feast for the eyesAustralian Stage
special effects that can only be described as dazzlingThe Courier Mail
as well as being enchanting it’s also very funny and the dancing is flawlessThe Courier Mail
a fanciful flight of whimsy and colourStage Whispers