InriaForge: Welcome The Wind in the Willows — Productions — Royal Opera House 26 November 2014—17 January 2015 Vaudeville Theatre The Vaudeville Theatre in the West End hosts choreographer and director Will Tuckett’s hugely popular and critically acclaimed Christmas production of Kenneth Grahame’s classic tale. When to see it Introduction Follow the riverbank adventures of reckless Toad and his long-suffering friends, Ratty, Mole and Badger. Background Will Tuckett brings The Wind in the Willows to life through action, dance, song, music and puppetry. The escapades of the reckless Toad and his long-suffering friends Ratty, Mole and wise Badger, are brought to life in a magical, riverside setting. News and features
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LibriVox | free public domain audiobooks BVWS - British Vintage Wireless Society PayCoin Online Digital Currency Early theatres - History of theatres - Exploring Theatres - Resources - The Theatres Trust Early theatres The first buildings used for theatrical performances in Britain were amphitheatres introduced by the Romans, who copied theatres from ancient Greece. These were semi-circular structures, constructed of wood initially and later rebuilt in stone. Medieval theatre was presented on elaborate temporary stages inside great halls, barns, or in the open courtyards of galleried inns. Next – Seventeenth-century theatre