What do the Weasels want with the Willows? Can one little Mole really save the day? And what on earth is the true value of a door scraper? Kenneth Grahame’s timeless classic is brought to life in this "fast-paced adventure comedy, featuring daring escapes, breakneck chases, heroic sword-fights and nefarious villainy!"
Set in the rolling British countryside, The Wind In The Willows is a family-friendly romp that tells the tale of four furry friends as they battle to save their riverbank from the weaselly Wild Wooders.
Accompanied by an exceptional original score, this tremendous new adaptation proves you don’t have to be big to be brave, and that the world outside the front door can be very exciting indeed.
The Wind In The Willows is adapted by up-and-coming playwright David K. Barnes, who returns to the Fringe after the successes of Timothy (2011) and Wild Allegations (2010), which was nominated for an Edinburgh Evening News Drama Award.
THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS
18.50 – 19.50 (1 hour)
Monday 14th – Saturday 19thth August 2012
The Sanctuary, Paradise in Augustines, Venue 152
41 George IV Bridge, Edinburgh, EH1 1EL
Venue Box Office: 0131 510 0022 | Fringe Box Office: 0131 226 0000
Tickets: £8.00 (£6.00) Family tickets £25.00