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This little miniature theater made of wooden paper tells the story of Alice's adventure during her initiation trip to Wonderland.

The characters represented in the scenery set are Alice, the Mad Hatter, Tweedledum and Tweedledee, the Cheshire Cat,  the Caterpillar smoking hookah, the March Hare, the Queen and King of Hearts, the card soldiers, the White Rabbit.


Artist: Helen Bourch


A very English spirit:

Paper miniature theater is a popular art form dating back to the 18th century and reaching its peak during the Victorian era in London. These small theaters were often made by hand from cut and folded paper, creating elaborate miniature scenes with detailed characters, settings, and props. The tradition of paper theaters in London flourished thanks to artists like Benjamin Pollock.


It is this English tradition that Helen Bourch perpetuates by tackling the famous novel byLewis Carroll “Alice in Wonderland” and “Through the Looking Glass.”

Thus, the curtain rises and plunges us into the enchanting world of Alice in Wonderland, a universe borrowed from the prolific imagination of its author. Alice, the intrepid heroine, begins her journey by following a white rabbit in a hurry, triggering an adventure where each character becomes an enigma. Meeting the Cheshire Cat, with its mysterious smile, and the Mad Hatter and the March Hare, with their confusing speech, Alice navigates through absurd places. The Queen of Hearts, obsessed with red roses, waits for him in her castle with its extraordinary garden while the Tweedledum and Tweedledee keep escaping. Each of these strange characters weaves an unforgettable plot, evoking the timeless charm of this fantastic tale that has fascinated generations of readers.

Alice's Wonderful Theater

Color: purple
  • Theater including a set of 26 decorative elements.


    H: 170mm D: 115mm L: 150mm

    Weight :



    Made in France

    Non-contractual photo


    This product is not a toy and is not suitable for children under 14 years of age.

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