A gruesome twist on children?s literature is coming to Liverpool this Halloween.
Lewis Carroll?s Alice in Wonderland gets the macabre treatment in Wonderland, a terrifying piece of immersive theatre that?s also a guessing game and will win one intuitive visitor a cash prize.
The grisly experience has been dreamed up by DBY Interactive, the same team who memorably brought The Creep to New Brighton?s Fort Perch Rock on Halloweens past.
This time around, they present the fictional mystery surrounding the murder of four young, blonde women in Liverpool in 1983.
Their killer, Henry Francis Graham, was sentenced to life in jail and earned the nickname The Mad Hatter for turning up at court each day in top hat and tails.
More than 30 years later, a copycat killer has combined Graham?s methods with the works of Lewis Carroll to create his own sick Wonderland.
Taking a woman called Alice hostage, it is up to the visitors to keep their wits about them and pick up clues to her whereabouts. If your own investigation leads to her safe return, you could win £250.
Wonderland is staged in The Blade Factory above Camp & Furnace in the Baltic Triangle.
Throughout the tour, visitors will meet horrific characters based on Lewis Carroll?s creations. You can enjoy the experience for what it is or go for the prze - additional films can be accessed after a visit which provide further clues to Alice?s whereabouts.
Wonderland runs from Sunday, October 29 to Saturday, November 4.
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