Lagoona Mall all set to stage popular ‘Alice in Wonderland’ show

By QLNews

Lagoona Mall is all set to stage a live performance of the beloved children’s story Alice in Wonderland as part of its Eid Al Fitr celebrations, reported Gulf Times.

The shopping mall has invited families to celebrate the occasion by taking them on a magical journey through the beloved children’s classic.

The spectacle will take place three times a day and there will be roaming entertainment in between shows to keep shoppers amused, according to Qatar Tribune.

Football lovers will also get the chance to cheer their favourite team while watching the exciting World Cup matches that will be displayed on the Piazza outdoor screen and other big screens that are spread inside in the Fanzone area and the VIP pods dedicated for the occasion.

“Lagoona Mall aims to provide fun for all festivities while shopping by warming up the hearts of children and providing unique experiences for adults,” the statement added.

By Molten Metal• 7 months 1 week ago.
Molten Metal

DD, ? Why like that ? .............................

By Molten Metal• 7 months 1 week ago.
Molten Metal

I was waiting for it , thanks , excited a bit ........................

By dingding• 7 months 1 week ago.
dingding

old wine

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