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Adventures around the riverbank. As well as the irresponsible Mr Toad, you can meet wise old Badger, the inquistive Mole, and the ever resourceful Ratty.

Book by Kenneth Grahame.

Archive listings for Wind in the Willows

Work type: Kids show.

T01724935518 (BOXTALE)

Company Box Tale Soup.
6 Apr 19 to 7 Apr 19The Southbank, Inner London :: V0324280152
listing details L1311675720
18 Mar 18Waterside Arts Centre, Sale :: V0383692381
listing details L1677122868
14 Oct 17Lyric Hammersmith Theatre, Outer London :: V315
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31 May 17 to 3 Jun 17Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham :: V90
listing details L2044820165

T01724306941 (CORECORBY17)

This brand new production, made in Corby, is filled with humour, song, dance and good old-fashioned storytelling that puts the audience right at the heart of the action and gets you ready for Christmas.
7 Dec 17 to 30 Dec 17The Core at Corby Cube, Corby :: V0614704705
listing details L544130378

T1373205685 (SHERMAN17)

Producer Sherman Theatre. Adapted by Mike Kenny. Director Lee Lyford. Design Simon Kenny. Music Conor Mitchell. Musical Director Gareth Wyn Griffiths. Performer Dominic Rye (Rat). Performer Hannah McPake (Chief Weasel). Performer Jessica Murrain (Mole). Performer Keiron Self (Toad). Performer Rebecca Killick (Gaoler's Daughter). Performer Zara Ramm (Badger). Performer Emma Cooney (Portley - Apprentice Actor).
1 Dec 17 to 30 Dec 17Sherman Theatre, Cardiff :: V824
listing details L01621963772

T02107861026 (COCKPIT17)

Join Mole, Ratty, Badger and their ever excitable friend Toad, as they go on adventures along the riverbank and through the countryside. Not everything is in the Wilde Wood is as it should be though. Soon they discover a terrible plot from the Chief Weasel to take Toad Hall all for himself. In order to stop him, they'll have to work together to stop the villainous weasels from taking control! Filled with larger than life puppets, songs, dances, interactive sets and a huge heap of adventure, 'Wind in the Willows' is sure to delight and entertain audiences of all ages.Producer Munchkins & Monsters Theatre.
24 Jun 17Cockpit Theatre, Inner London :: V182
listing details L01707100559

T01582635155 (ROSEKINGSTON16)

When Mole abandons his spring cleaning in search of adventure, little does he expect to be scooped-up by Ratty, Badger and the irrepressible Toad. From summer-days messing about in boats, to an automobile addiction and an evil invasion from the Wild Woods, Mole finds himself hurtling towards the historic Battle for Toad Hall. A story of friendship and courage, The Wind in the Willows is one of the best loved books of all time, now brought to the stage in a glittering new production that promises festive madness for all ages and an enchanting ode to the wild banks of the River Thames.Corporate Sponsor CNM Estates. Adapted by Ciaran McConville. Director Ciaran McConville. Design Timothy Bird. Musical Director Eamonn O'Dwyer. Music Eamonn O'Dwyer. Choreographer Jamie Neale. Lighting Aideen Malone. Costume Peter Todd. Sound Leigh Davies. Director Lyndall Grant (fight director).
6 Dec 16 to 3 Jan 17Rose Theatre Kingston, Kingston :: V051452426
listing details L0792480612

T0368097235 (ABBEYSTALBANS16)

Alan Bennett's much-loved adaptation of Kenneth Grahame's classic book. Mole meets Ratty on the river, and so begins a series of adventures that include Badger, Mr Toad, fast cars, a prison break and an exciting battle. This family show is fast moving and packed throughout with comedy and songs.Company Company of Ten. Adapted by Alan Bennett.
16 Dec 16 to 30 Dec 16Abbey Theatre, St Albans :: V50
listing details L01114058660

T0458217041 (CASTDONCASTER16)

Presented byJKL Youth Theatre Juniors.
19 Nov 16 to 20 Nov 16Cast, Doncaster :: V1545109680
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T01085655088 (LANDMARK16)

Company Heads Up Youth Theatre.
10 Aug 16 to 16 Aug 16Landmark Arts Centre, Outer London :: V0773480049
listing details L1998516075

T693200102 (OXPLAY16)

Presented byMagdalen College School Theatre Academy. Adapted by Joanne Pearce. Director Joanne Pearce.
24 Jun 16 to 25 Jun 16The Playhouse, Oxford :: V803
listing details L02092981095

T820638317 (BRENTWOOD15)

Director Ray Howes. Book by Michael Hulett. Music Michael Hulett. Lyrics Michael Hulett. Performer Jackson Pentland (Toad). Performer Andrew Nance (Rat). Performer Stewart Briggs (Badger). Performer Francesca Burgoyne (Mole). Performer Lucy Litchfield (Judge/Washerwoman/Engineer/Thief).
7 Dec 15 to 2 Jan 16Brentwood Theatre, Brentwood :: V1024
listing details L2033765276

T0799709737 (WESTACRE15)

Adapted by Andy Naylor. Presented byWestacre Theatre. Director Andy Naylor.
18 Dec 15 to 30 Dec 15Westacre Theatre, Kings Lynn :: V1320365053
listing details L0591001362

T130264676 (TRINITY13/15)

Age 4+Company Cats Grin Theatre Company.
27 Sep 15Trinity Theatre and Arts Centre, Tunbridge Wells :: V691
listing details L01238810162
10 Mar 13Trinity Theatre and Arts Centre, Tunbridge Wells :: V691
listing details L2021249231

T1008394177 (OUTERGEN15)

Sixteenfeet Productions will bring its unique brand of open air promenade theatre to some of London's loveliest outdoor spaces. Who didn't fall in love with Wind in the Willows as a child? A quintessentially English tale which is full of high jinks, adventure and camaraderie. It boasts an array of truly unforgettable characters, including the impulsive Toad; good-natured Mole; wise Ratty; and reclusive Badger. And, this summer, Sixteenfeet invites you to join the lovable group of friends as it gives the story a contemporary twist. Especially commissioned for the Company this production is promenade theatre so the audience will be encouraged to explore the beautiful setting in order to watch the story unfold, ably led by a talented cast of actor-musicians.Company Sixteenfeet Productions.
19 Aug 15 to 23 Aug 15General, Outer London :: V1087
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13 Aug 15 to 16 Aug 15General, Outer London :: V1087
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7 Aug 15 to 10 Aug 15General, Outer London :: V1087
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25 Jul 15 to 2 Aug 15General, Outer London :: V1087
listing details L610027365

T01548531700 (GROSPARKCHESTER15)

Producer Chester Performs. Adapted by Glyn Maxwell. Director Alex Clifton. Performer Ellie Burrow (Bless the Bargewoman/Sip). Performer Jessica Clark (Woolpack the Judge/Ermin/Washerwoman). Performer Tom Connor (Coppitt the Constable/Jill/Washerwoman). Performer Emilio Doorgasingh (Least/Washerwomen). Performer Daniel Goode (Toad). Performer Adam Harley (The Sea Rat/Pole/Washerwomen). Performer Danielle Henry (Hob/Washerwomen). Performer James Holmes (Boxall the Gaoler/Blett). Performer Adam Keast (Ratty). Performer Louise Kempton (Ruby/The Gaoler's Daughter/Furtive). Performer Graham O'Mara (Weasel/Washerwomen). Performer Sarah Quist (Badger). Performer Thomas Richardson (Nan the Washerwoman). Performer Alix Ross (Mole). Performer Louise Shuttleworth (Venky/Washerwomen).
11 Jul 15 to 23 Aug 15Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre, Chester :: V1214984677
listing details L0821870057

T318248774 (WATERLOOEAST15)

Presented byGSA / PGA.
11 Aug 15 to 15 Aug 15Waterloo East Theatre, Inner London :: V01284685503
listing details L989068409

T0795335580 (ROSESTEWKES15)

Company London Contemporary Theatre. Adapted by Jonathan Ashby-Rock. Music Philip Ryder.
11 Aug 15Roses Theatre, Tewkesbury :: V99
listing details L0630202673

T0387358265 (ALNWICKPLAY15)

Live music, hilarious comedy and exciting adventure from the ever popular Oddsocks as they turn their inimitable, clever and funny hands to this classic tale of boats, cars, trains and washerwomen!Company Oddsocks.
17 Feb 15 to 21 Feb 15Playhouse, Alnwick :: V1176
listing details L01763845474
25 Jan 15Artrix, Bromsgrove :: V073680848
listing details L185037417
24 Jan 15Oakengates Theatre at The Place, Telford :: V110
listing details L01858488045
9 Jan 15The Lights, Andover :: V01975093207
listing details L986796246

T247656328 (VAUDEVILLE14)

Based on Kenneth Grahame's timeless classic, the adventures of four woodland friends are retold through dance, song, music and puppetry. From a dusty old attic a wonderful tale unfolds; the peaceful riverbank world is rocked by a speeding car, a racing train and criminal deeds cooked up in the Wild Wood. Running time: 1hr 30mins. Recommended for ages 5+Producer CMP. Producer Act Productions. Producer William Archer (for Bob & Co and Celia Atkin/Royal Opera House Production). Director Will Tuckett. Music Martin Ward. Design The Quay Brothers. Lighting Warren Letton. Choreographer Will Tuckett. Costume Nicky Gillibrand. Design Toby Olie (puppet design). Author Andrew Motion (narration). Performer Alan Titchmarsh (narrator). Performer Martin Harvey (Ratty). Performer Cris Penfold (Toad). Performer Ira Mandela Siobhan (Badger). Performer Sonya Cullingford (Mole).
26 Nov 14 to 17 Jan 15Vaudeville Theatre, West End :: V417
listing details L1084614730

T2081071257 (CREATION14)

Toad hasn't been seen since the most recent of his escapades backfired, Badger doesn't react well to visitors in the winter and Ratty and Mole have tucked themselves away eating sardines and telling tales of sunnier days. How will we drive the wild-wooders back where they belong? Warm your feet by the fire, toast yourself a crumpet and let us thrill you with the daring adventures of Mr Toad, as his friends try to put him off his latest scheme while the seasons turn on the riverbank. This year, we return to the North Wall to transform it into the banks of the bubbling Thames, country inns and the open road as we bring Kenneth Grahame's family classic to life with music, fun and laughter.Company Creation Theatre Company. Director Gari Jones. Design Rayan Dawson Laight. Lighting Ashley Bale. Sound Matt Eaton. Music Gareth Jones. Musical Director Gareth Jones. Performer Claire Andreadis. Performer Will Norris. Performer Rhys King. Performer Clare Humphrey. Performer Thomas Richardson. Performer Georgina Strawson.
5 Dec 14 to 10 Jan 15The North Wall, Oxford :: V0818740866
listing details L125721080

T01361695501 (YVONNE14)

Presented byYvonne Arnaud Youth Theatre. Music David Perkins. Musical Director David Perkins. Director Lucy Betts.
4 Dec 14 to 6 Dec 14Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford :: V702
listing details L02033772038

T1028424878 (TRYORK14)

After its sell out success in 2010 The Wind in the Willows returns in a new theatre configuration to surprise and delight, once again bringing you closer to the action on stage. Join Mole as he introduces you to his friends; amiable Ratty, wise Badger and the infamous Mr Toad. Together they tell action packed stories of boating on the river, adventuring in the Wild Wood, battling weasels at Toad Hall and a few mishaps with motor cars. From the York Theatre Royal team that created Olivier Award winning The Railway Children, and subsequent summer spectaculars Peter Pan and The Legend of King Arthur comes this enchanting family story, re-told in an inventive and enchanting production.Producer York Theatre Royal. Adapted by Mike Kenny. Director Damian Cruden. Music Christopher Madin. Design Catherine Chapman. Design Lydia Denno. Lighting Richard G Jones. Musical Director Christopher Madin. Performer Martin Barrass (Mr Toad). Performer Deborah Hewitt (Mrs Otter). Performer Michael Lambourne (Chief Weasel). Performer Richard Mark (Mr Fox). Performer Jacky Naylor (Mrs Badger). Performer Jonathan Race (Ratty). Performer Robin Simpson (Mole). Performer Josh Sneesby (Mr Rabbit).
31 Jul 14 to 30 Aug 14Theatre Royal, York :: V954
listing details L1586997377

T1958410428 (STORY04/14)

Company Storytellers Theatre Company.
24 Jul 14 to 25 Jul 14Town Hall, Trowbridge :: V898275506
listing details L965526277
18 Sep 04NST Campus, Southampton :: V776
listing details L1543852935

T2140633092 (WOLVESARENA13)

Company Pool Hayes Youth Theatre (in association with Arena Theatre).
11 Dec 13 to 15 Dec 13Arena Theatre, Wolverhampton :: V160
listing details L835937519

T879447503 (POINT13)

Company The Point Youth Theatre.
30 Jul 13The Point, Southampton :: V1114
listing details L0526793786

T01583262468 (IMAGE06/13)

Company Image Musical Theatre.
14 Apr 13Buxton Opera House, Buxton :: V424
listing details L1390510917
21 Jul 06 to 22 Jul 06Arc Theatre, Trowbridge :: V881281219
listing details L0791122064
8 Jul 06Swindon Arts Centre, Swindon :: V927
listing details L908091622
24 Jun 06Buxton Opera House, Buxton :: V424
listing details L01024189885
16 Jun 06Camberley Theatre (previously Artslink), Camberley :: V698
listing details L206394649
29 May 06 to 30 May 06mac birmingham - Midlands Arts Centre, Birmingham :: V146
listing details L0748068910
13 May 06The Mill Arts Centre (formerly The Mill), Banbury :: V794
listing details L01828756217
18 Apr 06Epsom Playhouse, Epsom :: V699
listing details L02056181230
8 Apr 06The Met, Bury :: V476
listing details L01502484629
5 Apr 06Stantonbury Theatre, Milton Keynes :: V752
listing details L168888519

T01651654025 (POLKA12)

Forget the panto and lark about by the riverside this Christmas with an uplifting adaptation of Kenneth Grahame's classic novel of friendship and bravery, The Wind in the Willows at Polka Theatre. The fabulously funny story of Ratty, Mole, Badger and Toad (Poop! Poop!) is brought to life on stage and throughout the building, with an inspiring art exhibition created by students from the local Wimbledon College of Art. Age 5-11 years oldProducer Polka Theatre. Director Jonathan Lloyd. Music Martin Ward.
23 Nov 12 to 16 Feb 13Polka Theatre for Children, Outer London :: V324
listing details L0250782706

T0146915456 (WYP12)

Producer West Yorkshire Playhouse. Adapted by Alan Bennett. Music Jeremy Sams. Lyrics Jeremy Sams. Director Ian Brown. Design Colin Richmond. Musical Director Simon Slater. Director Lucy Hind (movement). Lighting Chris Davey. Sound Mic Pool. Director Kay Magson (casting). Performer Tom Attwood. Performer Adam Baxter. Performer Amanda Gordon. Performer Tom Jude. Performer Gary Mitchinson. Performer Lauryn Redding. Performer Russell Richardson. Performer Leon Scott. Performer Louise Shuttleworth. Performer Lauren Storer. Performer Jack Whitam. Performer Georgina White.
24 Nov 12 to 19 Jan 13Leeds Playhouse (formerly West Yorkshire Playhouse), Leeds :: V977
listing details L1454642139

T666778923 (CRESCENT12)

Company Birmingham Repertory Theatre Company. Performer Nicholas Prasad (Mole).
28 Nov 12 to 19 Jan 13Crescent Theatre, Birmingham :: V144
listing details L361563666

T0625135082 (MALVERN12)

The enchanting tale of river-folk is faithfully retold in Amelia Marriette's new adaptation of Kenneth Grahame's much loved story. The combination of nostalgia for the warmth and security of times gone by and the simple humour combined with lots of audience participation will be a certain hit. Mr Toad is in his element in this production, defending his rights as a car stealing, horn-tooting, tyre-burning speed freak. His friends, Ratty, Mole, Badger and Otter rescue him from the worst of his excesses and together the famous team save the riverbank from the hooligan, bullying, and weasels in a final battleCompany Malvern Theatre Players. Adapted by Amelia Marriette.
9 Jan 13 to 13 Jan 13Malvern Theatres, Malvern :: V01718852442
listing details L0245169240

T1534657892 (STANTONBURY12)

Running time: 85mins + interval. Age 4+Company Riverbank Productions.
29 Oct 12Stantonbury Theatre, Milton Keynes :: V752
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T01754437560 (YVONNE12)

Adapted by Adam Forde. Director Adam Forde. Musical Director David Perkins. Music David Perkins.
9 Aug 12 to 11 Aug 12Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford :: V702
listing details L347530435

T0198493407 (HAWTH11)

Company Pitchy Breath Theatre.
20 Aug 11 to 21 Aug 11The Hawth, Crawley :: V720
listing details L01591002208

T0525016542 (WORTHING10)

Company Talking Scarlet (in association with The Pomegranate Theatre). Adapted by Stephen Kingsbury. Adapted by Ban Sleep.
21 Feb 11 to 26 Feb 11Pavilion Theatre, Worthing :: V726
listing details L01938737083

T01409196526 (BUXTON11)

Suitable for 5-11 year olds and their families.Company Talking Scarlet.
11 Feb 11 to 12 Feb 11Buxton Opera House, Buxton :: V424
listing details L01678538251

T1221598503 (DERBYTH10)

Corporate Sponsor East Midlands Trains. Adapted by Patrick Sandford. Director Hannah Chissick. Design Philip Witcomb. Sound Adam McCready.
27 Nov 10 to 15 Jan 11Derby Theatre, Derby :: V1830193620
listing details L922287998

T614344180 (NORTHERNSTAGE10)

The Wind in the Willows is a classic English tale of friendship, fun and adventure. In a very funny and touching adaptation by the brilliant Alan Bennett, we discover the delights of the riverside, the motorcar and the open road, as well as the perils of the Wild Wood and the very real danger of weasels... Join Ratty, Mole, Badger and Toad for a Christmas to remember.Producer Northern Stage. Adapted by Alan Bennett. Music Jeremy Sams. Director Erica Whyman. Design Neil Murray. Performer Mark Benton.
29 Nov 10 to 8 Jan 11Northern Stage, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V568
listing details L0306581345

T1221377923 (BASHAYMARKET10)

Producer Anvil Arts. Adapted by Richard Williams. Director Richard Williams. Design David Collis. Lighting Stephen Holroyd.
3 Dec 10 to 2 Jan 11Haymarket Theatre, Basingstoke :: V764
listing details L01366843190

T01500588940 (503TH10)

Toad, Badger, Mole and Rat are about to embark on an epic adventure... but little do they know it. Join these four friends as they find themselves fighting with the weasels of the wild wood, a much more sinister furry being, defending Toad Hall and their right to picnics, pickled eggs and lashings of cheese. Straight from their sell-out success in Yorkshire and the Latitude Festival, the NSDF10 Ensemble present the Wind in the Willows by award-winning playwright James Phillips, complete with original music and dance. Come and join us for a Christmas spectacle. Poop poop! Perf runs 60mins. Suitable for children aged 6+Producer National Student Drama Festival. Adapted by James Phillips.
1 Dec 10 to 18 Dec 10Theatre503, Inner London :: V232
listing details L01115363041

T01362178465 (LITTLEBIRK10)

Adapted by Alan Bennett. Director Vivienne Sebastian.
13 Nov 10 to 20 Nov 10The Little Theatre, Birkenhead :: V532
listing details L01320308586

T0711434112 (TRYORK10)

Join Mole as he introduces you to his friends; amiable Ratty, wise Badger and infamous Mr Toad. Together they tell action packed stories of boating on the river, adventuring in the Wild Wood, battling weasels at Toad Hall and a few mis-haps with motor cars. This summer, nature will take over York Theatre Royal’s building as the foyer is transformed into a magical, grassy woodland. Have a picnic on the lawn before entering our newly configured auditorium in the round - as you’ve never seen it before! From the team that brought you The Railway Children comes another much loved family story, re-told in this inventive and enchanting production.Producer York Theatre Royal. Director Katie Posner. Director Damian Cruden. Music Christopher Madin. Design Catherine Chapman. Design Lydia Denno. Lighting Richard G Jones. Adapted by Mike Kenny. Performer Robert Pickavance. Performer Sarah Parks. Performer Jonathan Race. Performer Martin Barrass. Performer Michael Lambourne. Performer Emilia Brodie. Performer Kenji Watanabe. Performer Richard Mark.
22 Jul 10 to 21 Aug 10Theatre Royal, York :: V954
listing details L977557723

T2067769334 (MALTINGS10)

Company Maltings Junior Youth Theatre.
8 Jul 10 to 10 Jul 10The Maltings, Berwick-on-Tweed :: V986
listing details L01191088663

T01920618406 (YVONNE10)

Producer Yvonne Arnaud.
1 Jul 10 to 3 Jul 10Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford :: V702
listing details L0521984152

T739646725 (SQCHAP10)

Duration 1hr 40mins (with 20min interval)Company Ratatat Theatre Company Ltd.
27 Jun 10Square Chapel Arts Centre, Halifax :: V1098014226
listing details L105846676
25 May 10 to 27 May 10The Carriageworks, Leeds :: V1666392263
listing details L01580161695

T953033188 (SQCHAP10)

Company Calderdale Theatre School.
17 Jun 10 to 19 Jun 10Square Chapel Arts Centre, Halifax :: V1098014226
listing details L257802831

T323095931 (TRWINCHESTER10)

This enchanting production will include drama and dance and tell the well-loved story of Mole, Ratty, Badger and Toad and their adventures on the riverbank.Company Sally Stanyard School of Dance and Drama.
29 May 10 to 30 May 10Theatre Royal, Winchester :: V782
listing details L206444962

T895702131 (CRESCENT10)

Company Crescent Theatre Company.
7 Jan 10 to 17 Jan 10Crescent Theatre, Birmingham :: V144
listing details L1132269434

T1261551009 (NUFFIELD09)

One of the best loved children’s stories of all time comes to life at The Nuffield this Christmas as Ratty, Mole, Badger and Toad embark upon a glorious whirlwind of irresistible adventure. Mole and Ratty love picnicking by the riverbank, but watch out! Here comes that reckless Mister Toad, tearing through the countryside in his brand new motor car! Poop poop! Poop poop! A visit to wise Mr Badger is called for, but he lives in the Wild Wood...and that means ferrets, weasels and stoats... The adventure begins! Come and join in this whirlwind riverbank adventure, which, in traditional Nuffield style, will be filled with madcap lunacy, marvelous music, and a magical story to delight ‘children’ of all ages!Producer Nuffield Southampton. Director Patrick Sandford. Performer Matt Cullum. Performer Nicola Blackman. Performer Andy Spiegel. Performer David Alcock. Performer Michael Cole.
26 Nov 09 to 9 Jan 10NST Campus, Southampton :: V776
listing details L01229203424

T104431057 (HARROGATE09)

Adapted by Alan Bennett. Company Harrogate Youth Theatre.
13 Aug 09 to 15 Aug 09Harrogate Theatre, Harrogate :: V942
listing details L1009477392

T637648855 (PENTA09)

Director Harry Meacher. Performer Bryan Hands. Performer Jonson Wilkinson. Performer Roger Sansom. Performer J.T. Eaton. Performer Emily Holden. Performer Jackie Skarvellis. Performer Jo Kennedy.
20 Dec 08 to 10 Jan 09Pentameters, Inner London :: V217
listing details L1277561582

T0113933952 (ELECTRIC07)

Age 6+Producer Man in the Moon (in association with the Electric Theatre). Adapted by Glyn Robbins.
19 Dec 07 to 20 Dec 07Electric Theatre, Guildford :: V01732805351
listing details L218340827

T0569282740 (ROH06)

A speeding car, a galloping caravan, a racing train and criminal deeds cooked up in the depths of the Wild Wood - and just who is at the centre of all this mayhem that rocks the quiet riverbank? Toad, that great characterful creation of Kenneth Grahame in his timeless classic The Wind in the Willows)Producer Royal Opera House. Choreographer Will Tuckett (2002). Music Martin Ward (after George Butterworth). Design Quay Brothers. Costume Nicky Billibrand. Performer Andrew Motion (narration).
31 Jan 07 to 3 Feb 07The Lowry, Salford :: V0655996499
listing details L99489558
15 Dec 06 to 13 Jan 07Royal Opera House, West End :: V377
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T131360218 (ILLYRIA06)

Company Illyria.
1 Sep 06The Hawth, Crawley :: V720
listing details L01162546890
29 Jul 06Bacon Theatre, Cheltenham :: V89
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T1337798949 (BANCROFT06)

Company Bancroft Juniors. Other Keith Dawson (script). Music Mike Smith.
16 Mar 06 to 18 Mar 06Queen Mother Theatre, Hitchin :: V46
listing details L515780660

T1601304482 (SPLAT04)

Producer Splats Entertainment (in association with Richard Jordan Productions Ltd). Adapted by Steve Richards. Director Steve Richards. Design Colin Winslow. Design Richard Robinson (puppets). Music Neil Gore. Lighting David Howe. Performer Katie Bartop (narrator). Performer Alex Dower (Ratty). Performer Robert Eliot (Badger). Performer Thomas Garvey (Mole). Performer Neil Gore (Mr Toad). Performer Neil Sheffield (Neil Sheffield (Chief Weasel).
19 Mar 05 to 20 Mar 05Tyne Theatre and Opera House, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V571
listing details L2146412012
28 Feb 05 to 5 Mar 05Grand Opera House, York :: V957
listing details L978211588
16 Feb 05Camberley Theatre (previously Artslink), Camberley :: V698
listing details L0740740129
15 Feb 05 to 19 Feb 05Palace Theatre, Manchester :: V490
listing details L1993928294
7 Feb 05 to 12 Feb 05Beck Theatre, Outer London :: V296
listing details L1317190520
31 Jan 05 to 5 Feb 05Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham :: V140
listing details L01509847366
24 Jan 05 to 29 Jan 05White Rock Theatre, Hastings :: V670
listing details L01167177556
17 Jan 05 to 22 Jan 05Princess Theatre, Torquay :: V900
listing details L822146510
16 Dec 04 to 15 Jan 05Bloomsbury Theatre, Inner London :: V170
listing details L231314373
28 Oct 04 to 29 Oct 04Civic Theatre, Chelmsford :: V32
listing details L0153279624
26 Oct 04Medina Theatre, Newport :: V01504973828
listing details L0616650693

T1764351216 (SEVENPL04)

Producer Sevenoaks Playhouse. Adapted by Julian Woolford. Director Julian Woolford. Music Richard John. Performer Mark Little (Toad). Performer Andrew Hall (Ratty). Performer Geoffrey Davies (Badger). Performer Neil Couperthwaite (Mole). Performer Keith Bookman. Performer Gareth Derrick. Performer Rebecca Louis. Performer Jill Pert. Performer Gavin Wilkinson.
8 Dec 04 to 3 Jan 05Stag Theatre, Sevenoaks :: V688
listing details L443317515

T222981650 (HARL04)

Producer Harlequin Theatre. Adapted by Alan Bennett. Director Jon Kerr. Director Patrick Jones (music). Design Dave Norwood. Design Gordon Hamlin. Design Maureen Melville. Performer Amy Norwood (Chief Weasel). Performer Don Hirst (Toad). Performer Diana Scott (Magistrate).
13 Dec 04 to 18 Dec 04Harlequin Theatre, Northwich :: V474
listing details L01768236555

T01599402487 (ROH03)

Told through dance, song, verse, music and puppetry. Supported by The Dunard Fund (2003)Producer Royal Opera House. Choreographer William Tuckett. Conductor Yuval Zorn. Music Martin Ward (inspired by [George Butterworth]'s English composition). Lighting Tom Mannings. Costume The Brothers Quay. Costume Nicky Gillibrand. Performer Andrew Motion (narration).
17 Dec 03 to 3 Jan 04Royal Opera House, West End :: V377
listing details L907072296

T0553480944 (COMPTEN03)

Company Company of Ten. Adapted by Alan Bennett.
19 Dec 03 to 3 Jan 04Abbey Theatre, St Albans :: V50
listing details L873537963

T1258851225 (BLACK03)

Adapted by Alan Bennett. Music Jeremy Sams (songs). Company Blackfriars Youth Theatre.
16 Oct 03 to 18 Oct 03Blackfriars Arts Centre, Boston :: V440
listing details L1641664760

T01382151075 (APLAT03)

Company Splats Entertainment.
1 Sep 03 to 6 Sep 03Forum Studio Theatre (formerly the Chester Gateway), Chester :: V468
listing details L01435372724

T1542427851 (TAKE03)

Age 4+Company Take 6 Theatre Company. Director Paula M Wells.
25 Aug 03General, General :: V01219606283
listing details L1306172893
25 Aug 03The Maltings, Berwick-on-Tweed :: V986
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20 Aug 03 to 24 Aug 03Harewood House, Leeds :: V240640962
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16 Aug 03Playhouse, Berwick-on-Tweed :: V01157169946
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10 Aug 03 to 12 Aug 03General, York :: V01314402172
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9 Aug 03General, General :: V1153
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5 Aug 03 to 7 Aug 03General, General :: V1263791574
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2 Aug 03General, York :: V01314402172
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26 Jul 03 to 27 Jul 03General, General :: V01219606283
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24 Jul 03 to 25 Jul 03General, General :: V01219606283
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23 Jul 03General, General :: V947024728
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7 Apr 03 to 12 Apr 03Northern Stage, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V568
listing details L01584324558

T1749441476 (BRIS02)

Producer Bristol Old Vic. Director Elwyn Johnson. Design Michael Vale.
6 Dec 02 to 25 Jan 03Bristol Old Vic, Bristol :: V857
listing details L0801509457

T425559561 (ROH02)

Told through dance, song, verse, music and puppetry.Producer Royal Opera House. Choreographer William Tuckett. Conductor Andrew Motion (narration). Music Martin Ward. Conductor Yuval Zorn. Music Martin Ward (inspired by [George Butterworth]'s English composition). Costume The Brothers Quay. Costume Nicky Gillibrand. Performer Adam Cooper (Badger). Performer Mathew Hart (Toad). Performer Luke Heydon (Chief Weasel). Performer Pippa Gordon (Mole). Performer Will Kemp (Ratty). Performer Anthony Dowell (Sir - narrator).
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listing details L761159459

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Company Act One. Adapted by Alan Bennett. Music Jeremy Sams (additional lyrics). Director Adam Forde.
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listing details L354083892

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This delightful musical adaptation of The Wind in the Willows follows Toad, Ratty, Mole and Badger in their entrancing tale of life on the riverbank and in the wild wood. From Ratty's picnic with Mole to the troublesome Mr Toad and his love for driving motor cars, this production is sure to enthral and entertain younger children.Company The Storytellers Theatre Company.
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Company The Storytellers Theatre Company.
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listing details L01293269468

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Company Livewire Theatre Company.
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Company Ace.
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Company Questors Theatre.
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listing details L01416436090
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listing details L140707105

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Company Image Theatre.
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listing details L1967779682
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listing details L01675723688
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listing details L01012408715
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28 Dec 99 to 8 Jan 00The Barn Theatre Club, Welwyn :: V58
listing details L01914805500

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Company Compass Theatre.
16 Dec 99Beaufort Theatre, Ebbw Vale :: V844
listing details L01944788211
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listing details L0956620004

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Company Combined Actors of Cambridge.
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listing details L1223636513

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Director Christopher Wren.
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listing details L1363032607

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Musical AdaptationDirector Mike Carter.
9 Dec 98 to 2 Jan 99Gardner Arts Centre, Brighton :: V653
listing details L01710377839

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