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Believe me, my young friend, there is nothing - absolutely nothing - half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats.Buy Tickets
A brand-new musical adaptation of The Wind In The Willows will be punting its way to the West End in 2017, starring stage regular Rufus Hound as the irrepressible Toad of Toad Hall, written by Downton Abbey's Julian Fellowes with music and lyrics by Olivier winning theatre favourites Stiles and Drewe.
Based on the beloved tales from the riverbank by Kenneth Grahame, The Wind in The Willows follows the lovable rouge Mr Toad and his long suffering pals Badger, Ratty and Mole as they scheme to help him out of his latest misadventure. Bored of his friend's prediction for messing about in boats, Toad is obsessed with motor cars and racing, a fancy which seems him wind up in prison for dangerous driving and unpaid fines. After a hilariously daring escape, Rat, Mole and Badger must come up with a plan to regain Toad Hall, his lavish pad, which has been taken over by the Chief Weasel and his Wild Wood gang. Will Toad manage of leap out of this one? Come along and see in this exuberant and anarchic production.
Delightfully funny and quintessentially British, this thrilling adaptation has already been charming audiences up and down the country and now families of London will have a chance to catch it at the historic London Palladium when performances begin on June 17th, 2017!
Previews from: 17 June 2017
Opening night: 29 June 2017
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