Mad Hatter


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Mad Hatter

A CEO or other major executive who is not trusted and whose ability to lead is being questioned. A mad hatter may soon be fired. See also: Golden handshake.
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Alice in Wonderland" opens in theatres on March 5 and stars Johnny Depp as the Mad Hatter and Mia Wasikowski as 19-year-old Alice.
Join the Mad Hatter, who will lead you on this 5K run, walk, hop, jog or cycle as you chase his carrot around Cardiff Bay.
There will be tea parties with the Mad Hatter and games of croquet with the mighty Queen of Hearts, while families will have to try and spot the ever-late White Rabbit.
In the film, the hunky star portrays the Mad Hatter with a Scottish accent, and says he particularly enjoyed one scene where he got to wear a kilt, the national dress of Scotland.
This year, the Easter activities were even more special, with the appearance of the official Alice from the Lewis Carroll Society, the Mad Hatter and the Queen of Hearts.
Along the way, players call on a diverse and unique cast of characters such as the Mad Hatter and Cheshire Cat who each have unique abilities to help evade traps and solve challenging puzzles.
The new brewery will allow Mad Hatter to gear up production - though not too quickly, as brewer Gaz wants the business to stay nimble.
The Mad Hatter, who was performed by magician, comedian and compere Jasper Blakely of Penarth, began the night dressed as an 8ft white rabbit while he entertained guests with magic.
It showcases a selection of illustrations by Sir John Tenniel for the Alice in Wonderland books by Lewis Carroll, featuring some of the world's best-known children's characters the White Rabbit, the Mad Hatter, the March Hare, the Queen of Hearts, Tweedledum and Tweedledee, and the Cheshire Cat.
RIDDLE me this, why is the Mad Hatter hosting a tea party at a Teesside nature reserve?
The eighth annual Mad Hatter festival - formerly known as the Charity Hat Shindig - will see local sdingers and bands performing Newcastle''s Bridge Hotel and Cluny 2 in Ouseburn.
Kate took on the role of Alice while Richard became the Mad Hatter and colleagues Tanya Haigh, Charlotte Cody and Jenny Tomlinson were transformed into the Queen of Hearts, the March Hare and the Dormouse respectively.