The Wind in the Willows

Theatre

Dance

Vaudeville Theatre

Wed Nov 26
- Sat Jan 17 2015

  • © Johan Persson

    'Wind in the Willows'

  • © Johan Persson

    'Wind in the Willows'

  • © Johan Persson

    'Wind in the Willows'

  • © Johan Persson

    'Wind in the Willows'

  • © Johan Persson

    'Wind in the Willows'

  • © Johan Persson

    'Wind in the Willows'

© Johan Persson

'Wind in the Willows'

Time Out rating:

<strong>Rating: </strong><span class='lf-avgRating'>4</span>/5

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  • Venue phone:

    0844 482 9675

  • Transport:

    Tube: Charing Cross

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    1. Vaudeville Theatre
      • 404 The Strand
        London
        WC2R 0NH
      • 0844 482 9675
      • 51.510537,-0.122613
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    Dance. Theatre

The Wind in the Willows 2014 - 2015

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  • Date Time Price information
  • Wed Nov 26
    19:00
    £15-£42.50. Runs 2hrs
  • Thu Nov 27
    19:00
    £15-£42.50. Runs 2hrs
  • Fri Nov 28
    19:00
    £15-£42.50. Runs 2hrs
  • Sat Nov 29
    14:30
    £15-£42.50. Runs 2hrs
     
     
    19:00
     
     
  • Sun Nov 30
    13:30
    £15-£42.50. Runs 2hrs
     
     
    17:00
     
     

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Lea Mathilde Svendsen

When I stumbled upon a TimeOut offer for this production I simply had to go. I have always loved the story of the Wind in the Willows, and the adorable characters. I went there on my own a thursday night and it was fantastic. The venue, Duchess Theatre, is small and relaxed with a lovely welcoming and snug atmosphere. Since it is a family production there were a lot of children, but many elder people too which gave the show a lovely relaxed atmosphere. The production itself was so good and I left with a smile on my face. The characters do not talk, but instead express themselves through dance. The story is narrated by an actor who is supposed to be Kenneth Grahame. Lovely music as well and funny. A must - see, especially if you know and are familiar with the story.

Mike

Really enjoyable, I didn't think I would like ballet but this was truly a great evening. Tony Robinson was an excellent narrator.