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Calf2Cow

The Wind in the Willows

August 14, 2022
19:30


£6.00£34.00

Online sales are now closed for this event. Tickets are still available on the door.

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Event Details

“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, hilarious recount of this woodland adventure as they save Toad and his shiny new motorcar from deep trouble.

Described as “Remarkable”, “Fantastic” and " Mesmerising”, this new adaptation, assisted with some great folk rock tunes, is perfect for the modern day audience.

An acclaimed, not to be missed, story comes dramatically alive.

Award-winning theatre company, Calf2Cow, bring you a fantastic theatrical experience in a re-telling of Kenneth Grahame’s classic ‘The Wind In The Willows’ story

Date: August 14, 2022

Start time: 19:30

There is the opportunity to order home-made vegetable pre-show curry, served with naan bread and yoghurt or jacket potato with butter and grated cheese when you book your show tickets. Our home-made vegetable curry is both dairy and gluten free.

In addition, there is a licensed bar plus a full range of both hot and soft drinks and snacks.

Please note: hot food may not be available at all matinee performances.

Seating is provided.

Dogs on a lead and under your control are welcome in the venue. Please bring a poo bag and ask at the box office if an event contains any sudden or loud sound effects.

Nearest Parking:
The Wellfields Car Park is off Alverton Road, next to the Tennis Club.