The Wind in the Willows Tickets
Booking from: Wednesday, 14 June 2017
Booking until: Saturday, 9 September 2017
Running time: 2 hours 20 minutes
Age guidance: 6+
Wednesday, 14 June 2017
Saturday, 9 September 2017
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.
Wind in the Willows tickets
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What to expect:Acting:
based on 13 reviews
A great adaptation
Yi London Box Office customer
Excellent in all respects
The show was very entertaining well corigrafted and good acting
Amrik London Box Office customer
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.
David London Box Office customer
Very cute characters
Laura London Box Office customer
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.
Pat London Box Office customer
Feel good-must see!
It was brilliant-took my parents and my children and it was great fun!We all loved it!
Sara London Box Office customer
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
Emma London Box Office customer
A must see
A brilliant and sensitive handling of a great classic
Guy London Box Office customer
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.
Joan London Box Office customer
A great day out for young and old.
Linda London Box Office customer
Excellent acting and singing
Thin on storyline and uninteresting musical score.
Ann London Box Office customer
31 Jan 2017 in New Shows
Some of the most beloved characters of children’s literature are heading to the London Palladium when a new version of THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS opens there in June, featuring Edwardian river and woodland creatures Ratty, Mole and Badger and of course there high spirited friend, Toad.Read more
05 Oct 2015 in New Shows
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.
The musical is due to open at Plymouth Theatre Royal in October 2016 and rumour has it that it will make its way into London’s West End soon after.Read more
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