Lollie McKenzie plays Alice Liddell
Starting age 9, Lollie McKenzie played the role of Matilda in the famous West End Musical Matilda. She performed the song Naughty on the Covent Garden Stage for the 2014 Oliver Awards and West End Live 2014. In 2015, Lollie performed as Amy in the short film Catch (Paul Cooke, Dominic Rees-Roberts) which has to date been selected for 10 International Film Festivals. Lollie was nominated for Best Young Actor at the Birmingham Film Festival. She then performed as Clara Rathbourne in the new musical The Freckles Effect at the Edinburgh Festival in 2016. Lollie currently attends The Dorothy Coleborn School of Dance in Bath, and often appears in pantomimes at the Theatre Royal Bath. Lolli's favorite character in Alice and Lewis was Thomas, the White Rabbit.
Andrew Hawley plays Charles Dodgson aka Lewis Carroll
Andrew Hawley is a Theatre, Film and Television actor from Sheffield, UK. He trained at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. In 2010, Andrew was awarded the Edinburgh International Film Festival Trailblazer Award for his role in feature film: A Spanking In Paradise. From 2011-2014, Andrew played the role of Alfonso D'Este in Netflix TV series Borgia, and in 2015, Andrew played the role of Simon Reddington in the BBC1 TV Series Cuffs. He simultaneously played in Sally Potter's Ginger & Rosa, Douglas Ray's Swansong. He also played in BBC series The Ark and The Syndicate. His work in theatre includes The Daughter-in-Law at the Crucible in Sheffield, Shivered at Southwark Playhouse and The History Boys at Wyndhams in London.
Alison McKenna plays Miss Smith
Alison McKenna is an Irish actress who works between Dublin, London and New York. She has appeared in eleven productions in leading roles for the Abbey Theatre and has been nominated twice in the National Irish Theatre Awards. She has played series regulars in The Ambassador ( BBC), Pie In The Sky ( BBC), The Cassidy's ( RTE) and Fair City ( RTE). Film works includes The American with Matthew Modine, The Actors with Michael Caine amongst others.
Paul Fienga plays The Messenger
Paul Fienga started his acting career in France with theatre at the age of 10 in local productions. He decided early on that his passion was acting. In 2012, he produced and starred in an action movie with friends. During high school, he participated in several acting workshops in Paris (Acting International, Cours Florent, Guildhall) and was part of a local English speaking theatre groupe, L'Ane Vert, performing the role of Reverend Paris in The Witches of Salem. He is currently finishing his Fine Arts Degree at L'Eponyme Dramatic Arts School in Paris, performing such plays as The Lower Depths and A Midsummer Nights Dream.
"Thomas But Not Thomas" plays the White Rabbit*
Thomas played the part of the white rabbit. He was born in a local farm and was bottle-fed throughout his whole childhood. Thomas lives happily with his siblings and has expressed an interest in working with us again in the near future.
*for inquiries about Thomas' real name, get in touch through our contact page.
Léo l'escargot plays the Snail
Léo was brought up in a local Snail Farm called la Ferme du Nivolet. Some of his brothers have starred in local plays. He was shy at first but quickly became comfortable in front of the camera. Léo's favorite hobbies are eating salad and crawling in puddles of water.