Shrug off the squareness of reality and fall into a swingin’ re-imagination of Lewis Carroll’s classic tale of nonsense and fantasy, come along with Alice as she discovers what wonders lie behind the velvet rope at Wonderland’s nightclub, The Looking Glass. An exploration of divergent art influences, “Through The Looking Glass: The Burlesque Alice In [...]
The Falkirk Cultural Center of San Rafael, California will be holding its annual Alice in Wonderland Spring Faire on Saturday, April 4, as well as Mad Hatter’s Tea Parties on Saturday and Sunday, April 18 and 19.
15th Annual ART INSPIRING HOPE Gala March 28, 2009 5:00 pm – 11:30 pm Fort Mason – Festival Pavilion, San Francisco
Princyclopedia is Cotsen Children’s Library‘s huge annual event at Princeton University that brings a book to life through a multitude of hands-on projects, activities, and demonstrations! This year, on March 28, explore the whimsical world of Alice in Wonderland and learn more about Victorian England. “Take time for tea, trot off on a snark hunt, [...]
Bonham’s auction house in London has 15 Carrollian items – photographs, two letters, and a first edition of Through the Looking-Glass (Lots 135 to 150) – included in Sale 16761 – Printed Books, Manuscripts, Music & Photographs on March 24.
Sponsored by Los Angeles doll shop The Valley of the Dolls, the Mad Tea Party takes place at Royal/T Cafe this Saturday, March 21. Click on the invitation above for further details. [...]
Information on the LCSNA’s Spring meeting in Santa Fe on May 9 is now available. Remember, meetings are free, and this one includes the first professional production of Lewis Carroll’s play La Guida di Bragia!
Check out Laura Rich’s (Recessionwire) “Jabberwocky” parody, “Ode to the Blingrupt” using economic-crisis terms coined by Trevor Butterworth:
‘Twas ponzipaloosa, and the slithy brokerers Did scofit and fraudit in the Davy Jones Index; All bankholed were the financial sucktor, And the drivelatives quantitatively fassets teased… [...]