New film Alice Through the Looking Glass has inspired Midland Gate Ace Cinemas to create a maze

New film Alice Through the Looking Glass has inspired Midland Gate Ace Cinemas to create a maze

WHEN the film Alice Through the Looking Glass opened at Midland Gate Ace Cinemas, audiences did not realise the Porter Novelli group had embraced the theme so deeply.

The film inspired a special exhibition for Alice lovers with a ‘Time for a Little Madness’ maze which can be walked through and many prizes won in the centre.

Filmgoers can enter the competition for a $100 voucher to spend at Midland Gate and until June 5, visitors to the centre will be able to walk through the maze for the Disney sequel.

The maze also features teaser footage, film stills and displays costume tributes from local art students.

The maze is supported by a trail of five special locations within the centre for people to explore, each showcasing wearable art produced by students of the annual Mundaring Arts Centre Worn Out, Worn Art project.

Customers can either win an instant prize or enter the competition to win a ‘Buying Time’ prize pack including a years’ worth of housekeeping, a beauty treatment every month and a Disney prize pack with Ace Cinema gift card.

Midland Gate Centre Manager, Jacqueline McKenzie, said the centre was thrilled to support the community and offer customers an exciting and unique entertainment experience.

The film is an adaptation of the popular classic written by Lewis Carroll.

It stars Anne Hathaway, Mia Wasikowska, Johnny Depp, Sacha Baron Cohen and Helena Bonham Carter.