For over a hundred years, Lewis Carroll has been enthralling readers with his fantastical writing and ingenious word play. Though most famed for “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland”, Carroll penned a number of books and nonsense poems, as well as being a renowned photographer, logician and mathematician. Now, to celebrate his 181st birthday, a group of nineteen illustrators will be exploring his work through a weeklong exhibition at the Curious Duke Gallery running from January 24th to 30th.

Private view, complete with Mad Hatter’s tea party: January 24th, 6 – 9 pm