the wind in the willows

Kenneth Grahame’s classic tale ‘The Wind in the Willows‘ has been transformed into a new interactive one-man theatrical adaptation for families. It’s playing at Gasworks Arts Park, a vibrant arts precinct in Albert Park, for one date only – Tuesday 11 July.

Written by award-winning writer, Maxine Mellor, the adaptation follows Shaka Cook (from Jasper Jones) as he plays all four of the woodland creatures – Ratty, Mole, Badger and Mr. Toad. We follow their journeys, trials and misadventures around the river, the Wild Woods and beyond. With a magical backdrop, the four woodland creatures explore the value of friendship, kindness and understanding.

Gasworks Arts Park is also offering a full kids holiday program, with creative and entertaining experiences for children aged 4 to 14.

The Wind in the WillowsGasworks Arts Park, Graham St, Albert Park

Tuesday 11 July 10.00am and 12.30pm

1 hour
4 to 12 years

All tickets: $22
Group (4+): $20


Thanks to Gasworks Arts Park I have 1 x family pass (4 tickets) each to the 10am show and the 12:30pm show on Tuesday 11 July.

To win just following the instructions below. Remember to nominate which show you’d like to attend! The competition closes midnight Monday 3 July and the winners contacted via email. Good luck!

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