Alice’s Day

Image: A stilt-walker dressed as the White Rabbit, from Alice's Day 2014.

About the event

Alice’s Day 2015 returns for a day of tea-parties, croquet, storytelling, workshops and much more in venues all across Oxford – and most events are free!

We’re working on a truly frabjous day. Check back for updates, or join our mailing list for up-to-the-minute information.

What is Alice’s Day?

Alice’s Day is a yearly celebration of Alice In Wonderland. It is co-ordinated by The Story Museum with more than 20 partner venues across Oxford (including The Bodleian, Ashmolean, Museum of Natural History & Pitt Rivers, Botanic Garden and many more). Free events to transform Oxford into Wonderland for one magical day.

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Do you want to be involved in Alice’s Day?

This year, to mark the 150th anniversary of the publication of Alice’s Adventure’s in Wonderland, we’re aiming to recruit 150 members of the public to dress up as Alice and help us to celebrate! Applications are open to all regardless of gender or age – all we ask is that you’re available between 9:30 – 12:30 on Saturday 4th July, and are able to provide your own costume. As part of our 150 Alices, you will help us launch the day in a spectacular gathering of the weird and wonderful!

If you would like to apply to be one of our Alices then please email us with following information:

– Name
– Age
– Email
– Phone number
– Postcode

– In no more than 100 words please tell us why you would like to be Alice for the day, including details of your proposed costume.  

Once we have received your application, we’ll be in touch to let you whether you have been successful!

Alice’s Day is supported by Oxford City Council Oxford City Council logo

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