Wind in the Willows Transfers to West EndPublished on: 11th December 2013
‘If only we could stop time and dream…’ Will Tuckett’s critically acclaimed production The Wind In The Willows takes the warmth, joy and magic of Kenneth Grahame’s cherished childhood tale and conjures a vivid theatrical treat for the whole family. From a dusty attic narrator Sir Tony Robinson (Time Team, Blackadder) retells the exciting adventures of the four woodland friends through dance, music and puppetry. Marking the first time that the Royal Opera House has ever commercially transferred one of its productions to the West End, The Duchess Theatre will host the seasonal classic from 11 December 2013 until 1 February 2014. Wind in the Willows is being produced by William Archer, theatre producer for Bob & Co.