Monday 24th February: ALICE IN WONDERLAND – the making of worlds and mapping children’s literature (FREE screening!)

A very exciting event. As part of my MA course, we have been asked to curate a PassengerFilms night around the theme of children’s stories. We have a great line up and it should be a fantastic evening. I have been a big fan of PassengerFilms for while so it is great to now be a part of it.

So come along, it’s free, and bring some friends!


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Please join us this coming Monday the 24th of February for a very special Passengerfilms event, curated by the Cultural Geography MA students at Royal Holloway, University of London…

We’ll be exploring the making of worlds and mapping in children’s literature through film and discussion. Our speakers include Caroline Lawrence (author of the very popular Roman Mysteries series), Dr Owain Jones (CCRI Senior Research Fellow and UWE) and Richard Lawrence (illustrator and designer). The program will include a series of shorts and ‘Alice in Wonderland‘ (1951).

6pm, Monday the 24th February, Student Union Building, Royal Holloway Campus, Egham (see map). To confirm your attendance and guarantee entry (the event is free but seating is limited!) tickets can be reserved here.

We are very much looking forward to a great evening exploring the worlds of children’s stories and mapping – please do join us!

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