In the Willows

Metta Theatre and Exeter Northcott Theatre present

In The Willows

The explosive new British musical of The Wind in the Willows. Book & Lyrics Poppy Burton-Morgan Music Pippa Cleary Music & Lyrics Keiran Merrick Director Poppy Burton-Morgan Choreographer Kendra J Horsburgh Set & Lighting Design William Reynolds Costume Design Ryan Laight

Wednesday 20 to Saturday 23 March 2019

  • Presented at Belgrade Main stage
  • Tickets: £19.25 to £27.25 Concessions: £14.25 to £25.25

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Explosive new British musical, with soaring vocals and spectacular street dance, starring Olivier Award winner Clive Rowe, deaf street dancer Chris Fonseca (The Greatest Dancer) and Seann Miley Moore (X Factor).

Mole’s first day in ‘The Willows’. Her classmates look a bit scary. Surely Mr Badger will look out for her, as streetwise Rattie, rich kid Toad and cheeky Otter teach her the ways of The Riverbank. But when Toad gets locked up for joyriding, the Weasel Clan break into his (lily)pad. It’s now only a matter of time before Chief Weasel reveals Mole’s dark secret…

From Metta Theatre, the award-winning company that bought you Jungle Book and Little Mermaid, this classic story is brought leaping into the twenty first century, featuring spectacular street dance choreographed by the award-winning Rhimes Lecointe (Associate choreographer for Zoo Nation).

With ballads, beats, and backflips, this fresh new musical will be fun for the whole family.

Running time approx: 2 hours, including a 20 min interval

Age recommendation: 7+

Wed 20 Mar 7:00pm Integrated Signed Performance
Thu 21 Mar 1:30pm Relaxed Performance
Thu 21 Mar 7:00pm Cancelled
Fri 22 Mar 7:00pm
Sat 23 Mar 2:00pm
Sat 23 Mar 7:00pm


Theatre at its best. Drop everything and go and see it!


What is a relaxed performance?

A relaxed performance is specifically designed to be an open and welcoming environment for those audience members who may enjoy, or benefit from, a more relaxed performance style. This includes those with Autism Spectrum Conditions, sensory and communication disorders, learning disabilities, dementia, or other conditions. These shows are for everyone, including families with small children.

In a relaxed performance, audiences are asked to be aware of individual’s needs to move or make involuntary noise. We may make some small changes to light and sound effects.

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