Wimbledon area guide
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Critic's choice events in Wimbledon
Comedian and TV game show stalwart Jo Brand makes her pantomime debut in the New Wimbledon Theatre's panto, alongside Matthew Kelly and telly dancers Flawless. Brand plays the Genie of the Ring, while Kelly takes on Widow Twanky in a production with a somewhat less mental cast than typical Wimbledon pantos, whose recents star signings have included David Hasselhoff, Pamela Anderson and Dame Edna. Find more pantomimes in London
Anthony Browne's enduring children's classic is adapted for the stage by Rachel Barnett. One night, Hannah goes on an adventure when her toy gorilla comes to life. Puppetry and music brings Brown's picture book, which is celebrating its 30th birthday this year, to life. Ages 1-5.
When she falls down the rabbit hole, Alice discovers a strange fantasy world, with Cheshire cats and mad march hares. Simon Reade's thrilling adaptation of Lewis Carroll's classic features original songs. Ages 6+.
Rarely can a biopic claim to be more warranted, or closer to its source, than ‘Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom’. Not only does this two-hour ‘official’ biography tell the story of one of the 20th century’s most remarkable men – it features extensive interviews and narration from Mandela himself, tracing the Nobel Peace Prize winner's life from his childhood in the village of Xhosa right through to his 1994 inauguration as President of South Africa. It also features some
Can Major Mustard cheer Funky Feathers up? A new, lively version of Hans Christian Anderson's popular story.
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