The Wind in the Willows is a delightful story about animal friends; Mole, Rat, Badger and the often mischievous Mr Toad.
With original music and playful whimsical characters, The Wind in the Willows is bursting with imagination and excitement.This classic story is reimagined by RAVA Productions for 21st century audiences.
Mr Toad's insatiable need for speed triggers a daring adventure as he discovers motor cars and the thrill of the open road. His friends, Ratty, Moley and Badger try to stop his reckless and destructive ways encouraging him to be a sensible Toad. Meanwhile, his home Toad Hall is invaded by the wild wooders. His friends step up to help, going into battle to evict the invaders and recapture Toad Hall.
Featuring a multitalented cast Beau Wharton (Mr Toad), Angela Ponting (Mole), Courtney Wagner (Badger) and Jacob Watton (Rat) to deliver this heart warming story perfect for family audiences.
The Wind in the Willows focuses on themes of friendship, being responsible and the consequences of actions, adventures in the world contrasted with the importance of home, understanding differences and mentorship relationships.
The Wind in the Willows is supported by The Touring Queensland Fund, an initiative of the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland.
One price $12.00
Everyone from 12 months of age requires a ticket
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