London Palladium

8 Argyll Street, London, W1F 7TF GB

The Wind in the Willows
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The Wind in the Willows Tickets

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Booking until: Saturday, 9 September 2017

Running time: 2 hours 20 minutes

Tickets from £25.00
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Age guidance: 6+

Booking from:
Wednesday, 14 June 2017

Booking until:
Saturday, 9 September 2017

Running time:
2 hours 20 minutes

Now and again there's a completely unmissable new musical in the West End. Occasionally it's a family show. This is one of the finest, an opportunity to experience Kenneth Grahame's beautiful book The Wind in the Willows on stage, in the flesh, with stunning music, stage sets and costumes your eyes just won't believe.

Wind in the Willows – The story

Sit back, relax and enjoy a story that has captivated millions since it first hit the bookshelves in 1908. Apart from a few subtle changes including the addition of a prominent female character – something missing from the original book – the tale remains the same.

You'll adore Toad's crazy obsessions and his ultimate great escape, the loss of the baby otter and his safe return thanks to the pagan god Pan. You'll love Mole's delightful little home, warm and cheery and blessed, and sensible Ratty's river adventures. Badger's wonderfully teacher-like common sense attitude takes the biscuit. And the horrible, violent and warlike creatures who live in the Wild Wood, who have luxurious Toad Hall in their sights, are there too. It's all laid out for you creatively and skilfully, the very best in musical storytelling.

There's a super book available, written by Julian Fellowes. The tunes and lyrics are written by George Stiles and Anthony Drewe. The Director is Rachel Kavanaugh, Peter McKintosh is the set and costume designer, Howard Harrison creates the lighting design, Pippa Ailion is the Casting Director and the musical is produced by Jamie Hendry Productions.

In the capital after a whirlwind tour of several respected theatres across Britain, Wind in the Willows is playing in the West End from June 2017. If you love nothing better than a feel-good rampage of a musical studded with charming characters and set to music you'll be singing for weeks, this one's for you. It's a musical for the whole family.

Bring your kids, your granny and granddad, uncles, aunties, nieces and nephews. It's the perfect treat, just in time for the festive season, and the anticipation is already gathering.

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based on 53 reviews

Great to watch

Loved the show. Really good performance.

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great. must see for all the family

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Great Fun Hound is a Hoot

Quite slow to start. And

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If you loved the book you'll love the show. It's a must!

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Money well spent

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Excellent show

This is a fab show especially for children. Thoroughly enjoyed it

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Excellent Ratty

The acting from Ratty and the lady who played the horse amongst other characters was excellent. Well worth watching. Too long for younger children / saw a few families leave during the interval with tired little ones - but it was the evening show.

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Unexpected delight!

Simple yet charming storyline which held all of our attention including my young daughter. Booked last minute and so glad we did! Fun, amusing and brilliant acting! Lots of big names who didn't fail to impress. Really enjoyable for families.

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Full of colour and music

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Good day out

The show was good for kids they enjoyed it from the beginning to the end. well thought out and few funny parts kept the children entertained.

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Fantastic adaptation of the Wind in the Willows as a musical. Great music with great lyrics.

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Professional funny

Good all round

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A must see

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So cute and great fun!

Wasn't sure what to expect from this one but thoroughly enjoyed it. Very engaging. Would recommend.

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Amazing!! A must see!!!

Everything about this show is incredible - the cast, music, sets and beautiful story, all done with great humour in a beautiful theatre. Friends accompanied us who do not like musicals as a rule but were blown away. I would say that although we were so immersed in the show we did not notice the time and could have watched it for hours, it probably is a bit too long for children under 5, but if your little one already loves the wind in the willows story I doubt they would mind :) We enjoyed it so much that we are going to try and book to go again, definitely the best musical we have ever seen, we didn't want to leave!

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Fantastic show! We came with 6 adults and 10 children ages 7-3. They were a little lost at times as they can't always follow the story through the songs. We would have loved to see more children in this production. I believe there were only 2.... it's a wonderful way to inspire all the little ones in the audience. Overall we thought it was a great show.

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Thoroughly entertaining

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A must see ...will leave you smiling

Wow this was fabulous ..didnt want it to end ...a must see for anyone

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charmingly captivating !

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Fabulous must see

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A brilliant show for all the family!

It kept to the classic story but brought it into the modern age with the most fabulous set and costumes x the actors obviously had great chemistry which showed itself in a wonderful, fun and charming show. We would highly recommend x

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A must see for all

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Very creative!

Great fun & very creative.

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Our seats were upgraded! Fantastic musical - thoroughly enjoyed by 3 generations of our family !

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Colourful, zippy, emotional

Wonderful show with great characters. Amusing, emotional content, excellent dance routines, fast moving. Great fun!

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Go see excellence at the theartre

A great evening at the Palladium. Fun for all the family. The boat scenes were so real. Toad as usual was so full of his own self importance. A lovely production.

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Strong characters and good acting

Heard negative reviews, but was pleasantly surprised.

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Why was the theatre not full?

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A fantastic show!

Thorougly enjoyed WITW last night. A fantastic cast, great music and choreography. Fast moving and very funny! Would recommend to anyone!!

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Great Summer Entertainment

Tuneful, colourful, classic story entertainingly told. What's not to like!

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Real feel good show

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colourful and creative

An excellent show. The music was particularly good. Good all round entertainment.

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A great adaptation

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Excellent in all respects

The show was very entertaining well corigrafted and good acting

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Excellent show

The show was great good fun - the characterisation of the animals was brilliantly done, with great costumes and choreography. The music was tuneful and drew in the younger members of the audience very quickly. The singing performances were all of a very high standard. We greatly enjoyed the show. The only drawback was the use of intense, blinding green spotlights trained on the audience before the show started and at the interval.

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Very cute characters

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A must see

This show is an absolute wow! Everything about it is outstanding and so entertaining - from the music, singing and dancing to the staging and fantastic minimal but most effective costumes. A brilliant show in every respect. Well done everyone.

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Feel good-must see!

It was brilliant-took my parents and my children and it was great fun!We all loved it!

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Fun fun fun

Very reasonable staff prices thought it would be very childish but not 6 of us adults and 3 16 yr old light relief from the world today

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A must see

A brilliant and sensitive handling of a great classic

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Storyline awful

Too much music weak Storyline knowing the book well. Wish I hadn't bothered to go. Wouldn't recommend it. No leg room still suffering from cramped knees. Only good thing was the costumes.

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Fantatic fun.

A great day out for young and old.

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Excellent acting and singing

Thin on storyline and uninteresting musical score.

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06 Jul 2017 in Reviews

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31 Jan 2017 in New Shows

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The Wind in The WIllows Musical Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellows and musical theatre legends George Stiles and Anthony Drewe have been hard at work over the past year on a new musical adaptation of Kenneth Grahame’s much-loved classic tale of The Wind in the Willows.

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  • Capacity: 2298
  • Year built: 1910