Families flock to Twyford and Ruscombe Theatre Group's Wind in the WillowsBy Jon Nurse
January 28, 2013
A children's classic was passed to the next generation as families flocked to see the Twyford pantomime.
Twyford and Ruscombe Theatre Group delighted audiences with a production of The Wind in the Willows, based on the novel by Kenneth Grahame.
Families squeezed into Loddon Hall for a string of performances, including a sell out matinee showing on Saturday, January 12.
Director Richard Coleman said: “It’s a story that has stood the test of time. Our parents and their parents had this story and now we’re passing it down the line.
“It’s not a traditional panto but we included some of the classic panto elements. It helped get rid of post-Christmas blues.”
n CHILDREN, and indeed adults, who want to see more of the riverbank friends can always visit the Wind in the Willows walk-through exhibition at the River and Rowing Museum in Henley.