The Wind in the Willows

@ Middleton Lodge

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26 July 2017

Gates open at 2.00pm, begins at 3.00pm on The Coach House lawn.

£8.50pp for both adults and children. £30.00 for a family ticket (2 adults, 2 children or 1 adult, 3 children)

Tired of his spring-cleaning, Mole embarks on a summer of adventure. But when he bumps into Ratty, Badger and the irrepressible Toad, things start to get very interesting.

A children’s literary classic, all about friendship and courage. The Wind in the Willows is this summer’s children’s outdoor theatre installment at The Coach House. An open-air production by Immersion Theatre, full of enchantment, merriment and madness. Join us for the afternoon as we follow Mole in his quest for adventure.

The production will last approximately two hours, with a 15-minute interval. Tickets available to purchase from See Tickets Box Office (with a 10% booking charge) – please click here to book.

Tickets can also be purchased from The Coach House Reception.

For comfort, please bring your own low back chairs and travel rugs. Middleton Lodge will not be suppling seating. In extreme weather conditions, the performance will be rearranged. 

Venue
Kneeton Ln,
Middleton Tyas,
Richmond
DL10 6NJ

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