Don't miss the Royal Opera House's acclaimed production of The Wind in the Willows at the Vaudeville Theatre this Christmas.
Based on Kenneth Grahame's cherished children's book, The Wind in the Willows is "a memorable fusion of dance, music, puppetry and mind-boggling design" (What's On In London) brought spectacularly to the stage through Will Tuckett's ingenious choreography.
The exciting adventures of shy Mole, debonair Ratty, wise Badger and hot-headed Toad are vividly portrayed in this heart-warming show. Accompanied by Martin Ward's wonderful score and The Quay Brothers' unique designs, The Wind in the Willows is a modern classic that takes the magic and colour of the riverbank and weaves it into a fabulous theatrical treat.
TV and Radio presenter Alan Titchmarsh (MBE) makes his West End debut as the narrator in this latest production. He is joined by Martin Harvey in the role of Ratty, Cris Penfold who returns to resume his role as Toad, Ira Mandela Siobhan as Badger and Sonya Cullingford as Mole.