When asked if a weekly Wednesday night visit to the Union slurping WKDs and mercilessly jiving to David Guetta still gets the motor running, I’m sure many may comply with me that the sheen is a little less gloss, and altogether lacking in lustre. Label Culture offers you an interesting proposition; how about trying a different style of evening altogether?

The Radar Arts Space in the Edward Barnsley Building at 6.30pm on Wednesday May 22nd plays host to Loughborough’s screening of The Royal Ballet production of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. Tickets cost just £2 including drinks and nibbles, and the opportunity to see a top quality performance of Lewis Carroll’s dreamy, disturbing story. It will be really interesting to see how director Christopher Wheeldon’s ballet will combine the theatrical vitality of the book, with both exhilarating choreography, and stage craft.

Carroll’s story follows Alice’s encounters with a cast of extraordinary characters down the rabbit hole; the Mad Hatter, hosting one of his tea parties, the Queen of Hearts bellowing restlessly, and the grinning, wily Cheshire cat.

The event promises to be a great alternative to your normal Loughborough Wednesday night antics, and an enjoyable evening for those wanting to try something a little different.

Visit @ROHLoughborough on Twitter, or www.facebook.com/ROHLoughborough for exclusive footage, and more details on the production. To reserve seating, please email b.baker-10@student.lboro.ac.uk.


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