La Boite Presents
The Wind in the Willows
by Kenneth Grahame in a new version by Maxine Mellor
“Believe me, my young friend, there is nothing – absolutely nothing – half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats.”
This is a charming, classic tale of adventure and discovery, in a brand-new one-man adaptation — starring Shaka Cook (Jasper Jones). 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. Featuring a magical set with plenty of surprises throughout, and playful costuming and props. The Wind in the Willows will take badgers (small and large) on a heartfelt and humorous adventure that explores humanity, time and the value of friendship. For children aged 4 – 12 and anyone who enjoys messing about in boats.
This production is being performed at The Q, not the Bicentennial Hall as previously advertised.
Running Time: 60 mins, with no interval | Audience Advice: For children aged 4 – 12 and anyone who enjoys messing about in boats.
Performer: Shaka Cook | Director: Kat Henry | Designer: Hugh O’Connor | Lighting Designer: Keith Clark |Composer and Sound Designer: Daniel Edmonds.
|28 June – 1 July 2017|
|Wednesday 28 June – 6pm
Thursday 29 June – 10.30am & 6pm
Friday 30 June – 10.30am & 1pm
Saturday 1 July – 10.30am & 1pm
All Tickets: $15.00
Family of Four: $55.00
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