A brand new adaptation of The Wind in the Willows is being created by Scott Ritchie Productions and KD Theatre Productions for an Easter tour which will visit Beccles Public Hall on Tuesday 10 April for two performances, 3pm and 6pm.
It will be a playful take on the classic tale, featuring a professional cast of energetic performers, catchy new songs and an anarchic sense of humour that will entertain and delight the whole family!
Scott Ritchie Productions & KD Theatre Productions have a proven track record for producing similar style, audience pleasing theatrical presentations of the highest standard.Scott Ritchie said:
“We are delighted to be presenting this exciting production at the beautiful Beccles Public Hall. We are keen to bring our show to the wonderful people of Beccles. Daniel Bell & Katherine Hickmott (KD Theatre Productions) said:
‘The Wind in the Willows has an everlasting appeal and is highly visual. We pride ourselves on creating work that is of the highest quality.’
The terrific Mr Toad will be played by Paul Cleveland who has been in musicals such as ‘Cats’ and recently appeared as Paul in ‘Absent Friends.’ (Pomegranate Theatre, Chesterfield).
Rosie Coles, whose credits include Juliet in ‘Romeo and Juliet’ and ‘Doctors’ for the BBC joins the cast as the playful Mole. Ratty will be played by Ross Townsend Green who has appeared in plays such as ‘The Importance Of Being Earnest.’ Completing the gang of four friends is Oliver Scott, who plays the warm-hearted, steady Badger. New comer, Oliver Tattersfield completes the cast in the crucial opposing role of Chief Weasel.
The Wind in the Willows will play on Tuesday 10 April at Beccles Public Hall. The show will last approximately 2 hours with an interval. Tickets are on sale now!
To book your tickets go to www.becclespublichall.co.uk
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