The unforgettable characters from Kenneth Grahame's classic story delights audiences of all ages in this joyful Broadway musical adaptation. The Wind in the Willows a warm and wonderful tale about the riverbank animals Rat, Mole, Toad and Badger, their arch enemies the dreaded Weasels and Stoats as well as many supporting Squirrels, Rabbits and other woodland creatures.
Have a look at some pictures from the show by clicking on the thumbnails below. You can also listen to an interview with Toad on BBC Radio Oxford on this page.
A curious young Mole leaves his underground life for adventure and meets the kindly Water Rat, who agrees to show him the world. That world includes the loveably conceited Mr. Toad, whose outrageous enthusiasm for motorcars brings trouble to everyone. The show is full of music, with over 15 musical numbers, ranging from tender love songs to rousing production numbers full of dance and other wild antics.