|Performance Time||Age recommendation||Location|
|1pm to 4pm||Family audiences||Glenveagh Gardens|
An Grianán Youth Theatre celebrate Ireland’s second ever Cruinniú na nÓg, Ireland’s national day of youthful creativity, with a special performance inspired by Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.
Keep an eagle eye out this Cruinniú na nÓg as you wander through Glenveagh’s beautiful gardens – who knows what strange creatures and characters you’ll bump into when the teenage performers of An Grianán Youth Theatre bring Wonderland to Donegal.
Created specifically for Glenveagh, this promenade style show has been devised by youth theatre members with director Nora Kavanagh, and will feature many of Lewis Carroll’s memorable characters while incorporating elements from Glenveagh’s history to create a Donegal Wonderland. Follow the white rabbit, catch a tea party and watch out for border control!
Chapter 1: Down The Rabbit Hole – at the Car Park/Visitors’ Centre Art (sound Installation & character walkabout)
Chapter 2: The Pool of Tears – in the swimming pool by the Boat House (art installation)
Chapter 3: The Caucus Race and a Long Tale – at the sundial in the Walled garden (1pm performance)
Chapter 4: The Rabbit Sends a Little Bill – The Boat House (art installation)
Chapter 5: Advice From a Caterpillar – at the View Garden (1.30pm performance)
Chapter 6: Pig and Pepper – in the Walled Garden (character walkabout)
Chapter 7: A Mad Tea-Party – in the Pleasure Grounds (performance 2pm)
Chapter 8: The Queen’s Croquet Ground – in the Tuscan Gardens (performance 2.30pm)
Chapter 9: The Mock Turtle’s Story in the Thyme Out Cafe
Chapter 10: Lobster Quadrille – in the courtyard outside the cafe (performance 3pm)
Chapter 11: Who Stole The Tarts? – in the Tuscan garden’s during Queen’s Croquet (character walkabout 2.30pm)
Chapter 12: Alice’s Evidence – in the Italian Terrace (performance 3.30pm)