Visitors to Portsmouth Historic Dockyard this half-term have been transported to Wonderland via an ambitious art exhibition.
The Mad Hatters Charity Tea Party has taken over Action Stations in aid of two Portsmouth-based homeless charities.
The project, which is open until tomorrow (October 25), has brought together local artists and children to collaborate on the immersive installation themed on the literary works of Lewis Carroll.
Money raised through the exhibition will be donated to The Bus Rucksack Event 2017, an initiative to refurbish a double-decker bus into a shelter for homeless people in Portsmouth.
The tea party will also benefit The LifeHouse, a resource and support centre and kitchen on Albert Road, Southsea. In 2016, the exhibit raised £450 for Blind Veterans UK.
The Mad Hatters Charity Tea Party is open 10am-5.30pm until October 25. For more information, visit themadhatterscharityteaparty.org.uk.