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The Wind in the Willows

“You must think me very rude but this is all so new to me. So – this – is – a – River!”

A summer afternoon in Wild Wood, while the animals sat, ate picnics and played with their friends, a mischievous “poop poop” echoed in the trees.

Join Mole, Ratty and Badger in a floor-stomping, live music, hilarious recount of the woodland adventure as they save Toad and his shiny new motor car from deep trouble.
Award-winning theatre company Calf2Cow brings you the theatre experience of the summer in a retelling of Kenneth Grahame’s classic story The Wind in the Willows.
Calf2Cow’s artistic director is delighted to bring you this reworked classic adaptation. It’s laced with some great folk rock tunes and perfect for the modern day audience.

Tickets: £16 adult, £12 child, Family of Four £40

Theatre, Family


Monday 30th August 2021 - Starts 4pm

TICKET PRICE: £40 Family of Four

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