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Alice in Wonderland – Puffin Virtually Live Streaming Event 19 May with Cathy Cassidy



Puffin Virtually Live event.

Once logged in, you can watch Cathy Cassidy Alice in Wonderland live on Tuesday 19th May, 2pm and submit questions to the author.

Did you know that Alice in Wonderland is celebrating her 150th (Un)birthday this year? Explore the history of this classic story with bestselling author Cathy Cassidy, whose modern-day re-imagining, Looking-Glass Girl is out now.

Joining Cathy LIVE on stage will be the cast of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, which means the White Rabbit, Mad Hatter et al. will be introducing Lewis Carroll’s original characters and inspiring young viewers to bring stories to life in new and curious ways.

Suitable for children aged 7+, expect a fun filled 30 minute show presented by Zoe Salmon.

Download full curriculum linked lesson plans. You could also use this PARTY PACK to get your class ready for an unbirthday tea-party worthy of the Mad Hatter himself!

What to expect:

– Send in your questions for Cathy Cassidy to answer live!
– Roll up your sleeves for a Jam Tart making master-class
– Put your hands together and welcome the cast of Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland, a magical and unique theatrical experience taking audiences down the rabbit hole and into the vaults of London Waterloo, find out more More about Cathy Cassidy 

Cathy Cassidy wrote her first picture book for her little brother when she was eight and has been writing fabulous stories ever since.

Since graduating from art college, Cathy has been an art teacher, a magazine editor and an agony aunt before becoming a full-time writer. She has worked at Shout magazine and previously at Jackie, the magazine famously named after Jacqueline Wilson. Of all the jobs she’s had, writing has to be the best – it’s the perfect excuse to daydream, after all!

Cathy and her husband Liam have two grown up children and a whole bunch of unruly animals, and live on the Wirral.


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