Finding Alice was a performance Gallery devised for Westerham, and presented on the Green opposite the one time home of Alice Liddle, who was the muse for Lewis Carol's Alice in Wonderland. Visitors purchased a ticket for a train journey to Wonderland, discounted on the condition the delivered a letter addressed to 'whom it may concern'. Travellers entered a tent in pairs or singularly, to find themselves in a railway carriage with suitcases suspend above their heads. With the task of delivering the letter to the right person, the travellers picked up clues from the characters who entered the carriage on the short five minute journey. To whom they gave the letter and the reasons for doing so varied according to their interaction with the improvisors. The characters included The Guard, The man in the paper suit, the sheep who keeper, the Mad Hatter and others from Alice Thorough the Looking Glass. The plot was was as various as the people who entered.