Soho gallery becomes Alice-inspired Underland

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Soho gallery becomes Alice-inspired Underland

A Soho gallery turned into an Underland tea room to celebrate the release of Alice Through The Looking Glass on home entertainment.

Guests were welcomed by the Mad Hatter and The White Rabbit with tea and treats including a delicious slice of Alice-inspired cake made by Nadiya Hussain, 2015 The Great British Bake Off winner

The current GBBO champion said that she is a big fan of Alice in Wonderland both in print and film.

Nadiya, a baker, columnist, author and telly presenter, said: “Alice in Wonderland is a classic children’s story. I read it as a child and I’ve read it to my kids.

“The films are a completely different version, they’re a lot darker.”

“I’m really happy to be part of this and to be able to portray that in a cake,” she added.

Alice Through The Looking Glass is out on 3D Blu-Ray ™, Blu-Ray™ and DVD Digital Download now.

(Image: From Alice Through The Looking Glass official trailer, Copyright Disney 2016)

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