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The Wind In The Willows

Details

Written by Kenneth Grahame
and
Adapted by Alan Bennett
Directed by Matthew Horton

Rhoda McGaw Theatre, Woking.
29th November – 2nd December 2006

Tickets: £10 (£8 concessions)
Ottershaw Players Box Office: 01932 702091

Email: boxoffice@ottershawplayers.co.uk
Rhoda McGaw Box Office: 01483 545900

Synopsis

Shy Mole, who dreams of an exciting new life by the endless River. Ratty, a friendly, unflappable, altogether civilized chap. Gruff Badger, who hates absolutely Everyone; except all his friends. And Toad. Oh, Toad! Glorious, crazy, doomed Toad: Toad the pampered braggart, Toad the desperate thief, Toad the haunted fugitive and the hero of his own silly dreams. From buzzing summer days to winter’s killing cold, from gentle picnics to deeds of might and daring… Everyone should have a life like this; and friends like these.

Cast

Toad Stewart Mison
Ratty Sandy Hurle
Badger Alan Wakefield
Mole Kay Doyle
Albert George Grafton
Otter/Train Driver/Rupert Graham Collier
Portly Jack Wakefield
Chief Weasel Mark Holton
Weasel Norman Peter Moore
Wildwooders Tony Richardson, Nick Daborn, Ollie Moore
Gaoler's Daughter/Monica Fiona Collier
Washerwoman Danny Sparkes
Gypsy Becky Lozeron
Magistrate/Bargewoman Alison Byers
Riverbankers Alison Byers, Becky Lozeron, Danny Sparkes
Small Animals Zoe Collier, Eleanor Collier, James Cochrane, Jack Wakefield

Crew

Director Matthew Horton
Deputy Stage Manager Clare Groome
ASMs David Dunlop, Paul Bungard, Phil Pile
Set Design Alan Wakefield, Jim Gallimore, David Dunlop
Set Build The Ottershaw Players
Lighting Design Jonathan Miller, Robert Ive
Lighting Operation Robert Ive
Sound Tim Matthews
Prompt Lyn Mison
Props Claire White-Aldworth
Wardrobe Chris Moore
Wardrobe Assistants Brenda Midwinter, Clare Groome
Makeup Andrew Hamel-Cooke
Front of House Manager/Box Office Chris Moore
FOH Assistants Jim & Shirley Gallimore, Judy Stevens, Lynne Walters, Andrew & Jennie Hamel-Cooke, Claire Turner, Paul Foster

Reviews

“The set was stunning and really set the scene for what was to follow. Every one of the actors was wonderful with great characterisation in each part” – Audience Member

“Amazing set… A great show” – Mark Tyson, Pyrford Little Theatre.

Wind In The Willows - Woking Review 15th Dec

Click HERE to read the NODA rep’s review of this show (when available).

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Awards

NODA Haslemere Trophy for Artistic Presentation 2007

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