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The Wind in the Willows

by Kenneth Grahame

Adapted for stage by Adam Forde and David Perkins

29th July - 1st August 2021 | Dapdune Wharf, Guildford

'Magical... an innovative, immersive production.

A slick and successful debut.'

 

Surrey Advertiser

'Talented young actors... performing with such energy and enthusiasm.'
 

Guildford Dragon

Photo by Steve Porter
Photo by Steve Porter
Photo by Steve Porter
Photo by Steve Porter
Photo by Steve Porter
Photo by Steve Porter
Photo by Steve Porter
Photo by Steve Porter

When Mole pops up into the open air, a wonderful new world full of exhilarating adventures and new friends is revealed; boating with the gentle Ratty, feasting with the noble Badger and a series of mad-cap escapades with the reckless Toad. The audacious Mr Toad leads the friends from one adventure to another, upturned caravans, stolen motorcars, train chases ... But after Toad's daring prison escape can they all join together and beat the sinister inhabitants lurking within the Wild Wood, save Toad Hall and restore order on the River Bank?

The Wind in the Willows was the debut production of Prologue Youth Theatre Company. The production took place at the picturesque Dapdune Wharf, on the bank of the River Wey in central Guildford.