Full musical adaptation and small-scale, shorter, stage play version
Kenneth Grahame’s much-loved tale of Toad, Mole, Rat and Badger and their adventures, in two separate stage adaptations for children:
This shorter, stage play, adaptation for children of The Wind in the Willows was written by David Gooderson with incidental music by Stephen Baker.
A nice clear, jaunty Wind in the Willows
Benedict Nightingale, The Times
Big, bright and very broad.
Lyn Gardner, The Guardian
Fresh, intelligent and a visual delight
Carl Davis’ music mixes jollity with mock operatics.
Helen Chappell, What’s On
Selected as one of the top five shows to see in London (The Times, 30th July 2005)
This full-length musical adaptation for children of The Wind in the Willows was co-written by David Conville and David Gooderson with music by Carl Davis.
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For all enquiries about performing rights for both these plays for children, whether professional or amateur, contact David’s Literary Agent:
Mike Sharland at The Sharland Organisation via…
No public performance of either play can be given unless a licence is obtained before rehearsals begin.