Book and Lyrics by Julian Woolford
Music by Richard John
From the novel by Kenneth Grahame
Directed by Anna Fox
Limited time offer – £12 tickets to all preview & off-peak performances throughout September! Offer applies to the following dates: 9 Dec (7pm), 12 Dec (11am), 12 Dec (3.30pm), 19 Dec (11am), 19 Dec (3.30pm), 21 Dec (7pm) and 30 Dec (2.30pm).
“There’s nothing quite like messing around in boats.”
Mole has never really left home before. But today, something is different. The world outside is calling, and he feels like it is time to answer…
Very soon, Mole is caught up in a whirlwind of wild adventures with his new friends Ratty, Mr. Badger and the absurd but loveable Mr. Toad. Can they overcome angry judges, mischievous weasels, and Toad’s own mad impulses to get their lives back to normal
From the team that brought you The Railway Children and based on the much-loved classic by Kenneth Grahame, this heart-warming musical tale of friendship and folly will be fun for all the family. Toot toot!
Book now and join us this Christmas!
Presented by arrangement with Julian Woolford and Richard John.
- Director – Anna Fox
- Musical Director – Joseph Buckler
- Choreographer & Ensemble Director – Karla Shacklock
- Designer – Eleanor Bull
- Schools performances – 09, 10, 14, 15 & 16 December at 10.30 am
These performances cannot be booked online. For more information or to make a reservation please email the Box Office team. General information for schools can be found on our schools page.
- Preview performances – Thursday 9 December at 7 pm
- BSL interpreted performance – Sunday 12 December at 3.30pm
British Sign Language interpreter Daryl McMullan will be stood at the front stage left for the whole show translating for those who use sign language. £15 tickets are available for those who identify as D/deaf. Free companion tickets are also available. Please contact the Box Office for more information.
- Relaxed performance – Tuesday 21 December at 11 am
Relaxed Performances allow people with autism, learning disabilities, or sensory and communication disorders to enjoy theatre shows without having to worry about making a noise, moving around or leaving the auditorium. The performance has a less formal, more supportive atmosphere to reduce anxiety levels. Small adjustments will be made to this performance to make it more accessible. The house lights will be left on a half strength so that the theatre doesn’t ever go completely dark. Some loud noises, flashing lights and pyrotechnics may be left out of the show. All tickets for the relaxed performance are £15 – £18.50, with free companion tickets also available. Please contact the Box Office for more information and to request your free resources pack that will help relaxed performance attendees familiarise themselves with the venue and production.
- Audio Described performance – Tuesday 21 December at 7pm
The audio describer is Guy Newman. There will also be a touch tour prior to the audio described performance for audiences who are blind/visually impaired. This is free but must be booked in advance. Free companion tickets are also available. £15 tickets are available for those who identify as blind/visually impaired. Please contact the Box Office for more information.
All other performances have three pricing bands with Standard and 12 & Under ticket types available in each band.
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