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The Wind in the Willows archive


Book by: Kenneth Grahame
Adapted by: Julian Fellowes
Music: George Stiles
Lyrics: Anthony Drewe
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Archive listings for The Wind in the Willows

Work type: Musical. There are performances of this work in the listings (current and future) database, see The Wind in the Willows


Join Ratty, Badger, Mole and the impulsive Toad as they embark on a series of riotous adventures spiralling from Toad's insatiable need for speed! As part of The Turbine Theatre: On The Jetty this year, The Wind in the Willows is a beautiful and enchanting musical production written by Academy Award winner Julian Fellowes with music by the award-winning Stiles & Drewe, presented by the Turbine Theatre, London. Last seen at the London Palladium in 2018, The Wind in the Willows has been specially adapted for a more intimate outdoor performance.Presented byPaul Taylor-Mills. Director Sasha Regan. Performer Michael Burgen (Toad). Performer Josh Coley (Badger). Performer Tom Duern (Mole). Performer Evelyn Hoskins (Mrs Hedgehog). Performer Idriss Kargbo (Ratty). Performer Jade Marvin (Mrs Otter). Performer Emma Ralston (Portia). Performer Matthew Ray Ryan (Chief Weasel).
21 Jul 21 to 25 Jul 21The Turbine Theatre, Inner London :: V01296042936
listing details L01892730128


The Wind in the Willows (The Musical) is a new family show with a wonderfully British score and a host of iconic characters lifted from the pages of Kenneth Grahame's world famous tale. This adaptation has a book by Julian Fellowes, the Oscar winning creator of Downton Abbey, and music and lyrics by George Stiles and Anthony Drewe, the Olivier award winning team behind a string of recent smash hit musicals including Mary Poppins, Peter Pan and the new Half a Sixpence. Modern-day musical credentials don't get much better than this! The original production enjoyed a successful run at the London Palladium during the summer of 2017 followed by a nationwide cinema broadcast. The amateur licence became available in late 2018, and SOS is therefore delighted to be one of the first amateur companies to be bringing this exciting new work back to life, right here on the NST Campus stage. And it couldn't be in better hands. So come and join Ratty, Badger, Mole and Toad as they embark on a series of riotous adventures driven by Toad's unquenchable need for speed. But hold on tight
29 Jan 20 to 1 Feb 20NST Campus, Southampton :: V776
listing details L0975690770


Presented byPark Street Performing Arts.
24 Jul 19 to 27 Jul 19Hull Truck Theatre, Hull :: V935
listing details L01023696063


Join Ratty, Mole, Badger and of course the irrepressible Mr Toad as they embark on adventures on the river, on the road and in the dark and dangerous Wild Wood. This folk music performance uses traditional English folk melodies set to new lyrics. The four musicians paint a vivid picture of Grahame's world ? from the humble comfort of Mole End to the grandeur of Toad Hall.Adapted by Chris Green. Performer Green Matthews. Performer Vicki Swan. Performer Jonny Dyer.
5 Oct 17Dorchester Arts Centre, Dorchester :: V1068
listing details L1757814068


Performer Harry Hart (Mr Toad). Performer Thomas Hewitt (Ratty). Performer Natalie Sexton (Mole).
25 Jul 17 to 28 Jul 17General, General :: V617861838
listing details L1672123782

Other listings

13 Jul 19Burnley Arts Centre, Burnley :: V1051076626
listing details L1909383308

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