Prince of Wales Theatre showing Mamma Mia!
The Palace Theatre, in the City of Westminster, London, built in 1891
Carroll in June 1857
The School for Scandal
The London Palladium in Soho opened in 1910. While the Theatre has a resident show, it also has one-off performances such as concerts. Since 1930 it has hosted the Royal Variety Performance 43 times.
Lewis Carroll self-portrait c. undefined 1856, aged 24 at that time
Cover of the Vocal Score of Sidney Jones' King of Cadonia
Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Opened in May 1663, it is the oldest theatre in London.
1863 photograph of Carroll by Oscar G. Rejlander
Gracie Fields
Original interior of Savoy Theatre in 1881, the year it became the first public building in the world to be lit entirely by electricity.
One of Carroll's own illustrations
The Lyceum Theatre, home to Disney's The Lion King.
"The chief difficulty Alice found at first was in managing her flamingo". Illustration by John Tenniel, 1865.
Queen's Theatre showing Les Misérables, running in London since October 1985
The Jabberwock, as illustrated by John Tenniel for Lewis Carroll's Through the Looking-Glass, including the poem "Jabberwocky".
The restored facade of the Dominion Theatre, as seen in 2017
Photo of Alice Liddell taken by Lewis Carroll (1858)
The St Martin's Theatre, home to The Mousetrap, the world's longest-running play.
Reconstructed nyctograph, with scale demonstrated by a 5 euro cent.
The exterior of the Old Vic
A posthumous portrait of Lewis Carroll by Hubert von Herkomer, based on photographs. This painting now hangs in the Great Hall of Christ Church, Oxford.
The Royal Court Theatre. Upstairs is used as an experimental space for new projects—The Rocky Horror Show premiered here in 1973.
Lewis Carroll in later life
West End theatres on Shaftesbury Avenue in 2016
The grave of Lewis Carroll at the Mount Cemetery in Guildford
Gilbert and Sullivan play at the Savoy in 1881
Lewis Carroll portrait of Beatrice Hatch
Victoria Palace Theatre (showing Billy Elliot in 2012) was refurbished in 2017.
The "cut pages in diary" document, in the Dodgson family archive in Woking
Lewis Carroll memorial window (Mad Hatter and March Hare pictured) at All Saints' Church, Daresbury, Cheshire

The Prince of Wales Theatre is a West End theatre in Coventry Street, near Leicester Square in London.

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Lewis Carroll attended a performance seven days later.

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On 23 December 1886, Alice in Wonderland (the first major production of the Alice books) debuted at the Prince of Wales Theatre.

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Lewis Carroll attended a performance seven days later.

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Public appearances included attending the West End musical Alice in Wonderland (the first major live production of his Alice books) at the Prince of Wales Theatre on 30 December 1886.

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Prince of Wales Theatre showing Mamma Mia!

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Programme for the original production of Alice in Wonderland (1886)

Alice in Wonderland (musical)

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Programme for the original production of Alice in Wonderland (1886)
Phoebe Carlo as Alice, Edgar Norton as Hare, Dorothy D'Alcourt as Dormouse and Sydney Harcourt as Hatter in the original production (1886)
1898 revival: Rose Hersee talking to the White Rabbit
Score for Alice in Wonderland (1906)
Libretto for the original production (1886)
Maidie Andrews as Alice in Alice Through the Looking-Glass – The Tatler (January 1904)

Alice in Wonderland is a musical by Henry Savile Clarke (book and lyrics), Walter Slaughter (music) and Aubrey Hopwood (lyrics), based on Lewis Carroll's books Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865) and Through the Looking-Glass (1871).

It debuted at the Prince of Wales Theatre in the West End in 1886.

Cover of the 1898 edition

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

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Cover of the 1898 edition
Page from the manuscript of Alice's Adventures Under Ground, 1864
The White Rabbit
The Cheshire Cat
Alice trying to play croquet with a Flamingo
Mad Tea Party by Charles Robinson. Theophilus Carter has been suggested as a model for The Hatter.
Three cards painting the white rose tree red to cover it up from the Queen of Hearts
Alice by John Tenniel, 1865
Red-cloth cover, as requested by Carroll, of the 1865 edition.
Alice in Wonderland by George Dunlop Leslie, 1879
Halloween costumes of Alice and the Queen of Hearts, 2015
Maidie Andrews as Alice on the West End stage, c. 1903
Production of Alice in Wonderland by the Kansas City Ballet in 2013
Mad Tea Party. Theophilus Carter, an eccentric furniture dealer from Oxford, has been suggested as a model for The Hatter

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (commonly Alice in Wonderland) is an 1865 English novel by Lewis Carroll.

The first full major production of 'Alice' books during Lewis Carroll's lifetime was Alice in Wonderland, an 1886 musical play in London's West End by Henry Savile Clark (book) and Walter Slaughter (music), which played at the Prince of Wales Theatre.