PEOPLE filled the streets of Oxford today (02) to celebrate Alice’s Day.

The annual one-day event coordinated by The Story Museum. It is a city-wide celebration of Lewis Carroll’s children’s books Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and its sequel Through The Looking Glass.

Several events took place across the day celebrating Lewis Carroll’s famous books set in wonderland.

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At The Story Museum, kids could attend for free as it hosted a drag queen stories session with Adam All and Apple Derrieres who performed songs and stories which had a “royal twist”. 

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The Red Queen Trail took place around Oxford's Covered Market and other historic sites for families to discover Queens and Kings of Wonderland.

On Broad Street, people dressed as Wonderland characters at the Mad Tea Party to meet Wonderland characters, learn about Fairtrade, make a mini tea pot and get their face painted. 

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This story was written by Gee Harland, she joined the team in 2022 as a senior multimedia reporter.

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