Meet the endearing characters from British novelist Kenneth Grahame’s beloved book The Wind in the Willows this January at the Royal Botanic Garden. The critically acclaimed outdoor theatre production has been providing wholesome entertainment to families in Australia for decades. Now the production is back in celebration of 21 years at the Royal Botanic Garden.
The Wind in the Willows
The children’s novel has remained enduringly popular over the years and delivers big on music, songs, and laughs. With themes of friendship, loyalty and adventure it’s a story that resonates with the young and old alike.
Join Ratty, Mole, Badger, Otter, Portly, and Mr. Toad in their adventures as they bring Grahame’s enduring story to life. The audience is encouraged to scream out loud, sing along and become part of the story in this fun theatre experience.
As an outdoor seating event, attendees are welcome to bring food and drinks along with picnic blankets to make a day of it. Don’t forget to carry wet weather gear in case the rain decides to make an appearance.
Wind in the Willows is an interactive theatre show and will move around in different locations throughout the premises. Find dates and timings at the Royal Botanic Garden website.