Published on: 5 May 2021
Next week students from Years 7 and 8 will tackle perhaps the most famous children’s book of all time: The Wind in the Willows.
Written by Kenneth Grahame and adapted for the stage by Alan Bennet, with music by Jeremy Sams, The Wind in the Willows tells the tale of four small friends on one giant adventure as they discover the pull of the open road, the music of the running river, and learn to catch a little of the meaning of the song the wind sings as it whispers in the willows.
The Midnite Youth Theatre Company will be performing The Wind in the Willows at the Christ Church Drama Centre each night from Wednesday 12 to Saturday 15 May, 7.00pm.
“The Wind in the Willows is a classic piece of literature that contains a wonderful story full of colourful characters, and we are very excited to bring it to life on stage,” said Artistic Director, Gregory Jones.