The Wind in the Willows

By Kenneth Grahame. In a new version by Maxine Mellor. Full of heart and humour.

UPDATE – The Wind In The Willows had its world premiere on 8 January. Click here to read the review.

“Believe me, my young friend, there is nothing – absolutely nothing – half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats.”

This summer school holidays, bring your little badgers to a charming tale of adventure and discovery, in a brand-new one-man adaptation – starring Luke Carroll (Play School, Black Diggers).

Kenneth Grahame’s rollicking tale of four woodland creatures is one of the true enduring classics of children’s literature and writer/director team Maxine Mellor and Kat Henry have given it a fresh coat of paint.

Join Ratty, Mole, Badger and the incorrigible Mr. Toad on their journeys, trials and misadventures around the river, the Wild Woods and beyond.

Full of heart and humour, The Wind in the Willows gently addresses some of the big questions about humanity, time and the value of friendship.

For children aged 4 – 12 and anyone who enjoys messing about in boats.

For a fun preview and some backstage glimpses of The Wind in the Willows, here’s the latest episode of Juiced TV, with an interview with Luke Carroll that starts at approximately 30:00.

“Juiced is changing the way kids experience hospital. It’s a TV show filmed and broadcast weekly at Queensland’s new Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital, giving sick kids and their siblings the chance to star in their very own tv show!”

(http://www.juicedtv.com.au)

$22 Adult

$18 Child

$72 for a family of 4 (at least one adult)

By Kenneth Grahame

In a new version by Maxine Mellor

Director Kat Henry
Designer Hugh O’Connor
Lighting Designer Keith Clark
Composer & Sound Designer Daniel Edmonds

Image by Dylan Evans

La boite logo

Luke Carroll (Play School, Black Diggers)

  • Thursday, Jan 22 2015 10:00am
  • Thursday, Jan 22 2015 1:00pm
  • Friday, Jan 23 2015 10:00am
  • Friday, Jan 23 2015 1:00pm

UPDATE – The Wind In The Willows had its world premiere on 8 January. Click here to read the review.

“Believe me, my young friend, there is nothing – absolutely nothing – half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats.”

This summer school holidays, bring your little badgers to a charming tale of adventure and discovery, in a brand-new one-man adaptation – starring Luke Carroll (Play School, Black Diggers).

Kenneth Grahame’s rollicking tale of four woodland creatures is one of the true enduring classics of children’s literature and writer/director team Maxine Mellor and Kat Henry have given it a fresh coat of paint.

Join Ratty, Mole, Badger and the incorrigible Mr. Toad on their journeys, trials and misadventures around the river, the Wild Woods and beyond.

Full of heart and humour, The Wind in the Willows gently addresses some of the big questions about humanity, time and the value of friendship.

For children aged 4 – 12 and anyone who enjoys messing about in boats.

For a fun preview and some backstage glimpses of The Wind in the Willows, here’s the latest episode of Juiced TV, with an interview with Luke Carroll that starts at approximately 30:00.

“Juiced is changing the way kids experience hospital. It’s a TV show filmed and broadcast weekly at Queensland’s new Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital, giving sick kids and their siblings the chance to star in their very own tv show!”

(http://www.juicedtv.com.au)

$22 Adult

$18 Child

$72 for a family of 4 (at least one adult)

By Kenneth Grahame

In a new version by Maxine Mellor

Director Kat Henry
Designer Hugh O’Connor
Lighting Designer Keith Clark
Composer & Sound Designer Daniel Edmonds

Image by Dylan Evans

La boite logo

Luke Carroll (Play School, Black Diggers)

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