USA | 1951 | 75 mins | dir.s Clyde Geronimi & Wilfred Jackson, with Kathryn Beaumont, Ed Wynn, Richard Haydn | Cert. U

Lewis Caroll’s ever celebrated, sometimes controversial, Alice in Wonderland has been adapted for the big screen several times. But Disney’s 1951 version remains one of the favourites. Take your children to Wonderland and let them hold hands with Alice to make up their own mind about it. Will they get back home? Not if the Queen of Hearts has her way.

1.50pm Ciné Lumière I


Let your kids’ imagination run wild through listening to our librarians' favourite stories from French authors. For Beyond Words, let them discover tales about literature. This sessions is also a good occasion to develop the sensibility to French for young learners.



What makes you you? London-based French illustrator Pauline Kerleroux invites you to create your self-portrait... as a sock.
Discover how to use colour, composition and detail to give inanimate objects a personality. A fun exercise that will change the way you perceive yourself - and your socks - forever.

11am Bibliothèque Quentin Blake
£9, £7

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