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Hogmoor Inclosure Natural Play Area, Bordon

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£10.68 - £38.43

From an idyllic riverside setting, through the snowbound Wild Wood via Mr Toad’s motoring misadventures to the final Battle for Toad Hall, this unique adaptation of Kenneth Grahame’s original book oozes with charm & wit. 

Timid Mole, the upright Ratty and the belligerent Mr Badger try to keep pompous Mr Toad under control as he causes mayhem in trains, cars, caravans & boats.  Meanwhile, Stan the Stoat & Frank the Ferret have their beady eyes on the splendid Toad Hall.

Can they be stopped?  Will Toad listen to his friends?  Has the carol singing Field Mouse been listening to Slade? What secrets does the Chief Weasel collect in his jam jar?  How will Mole & Ratty find Mr Badger’s home in the dark forest?  What is the strongest creature in the Wild Wood? Where does the Washerwoman get her hair done?  

This family friendly socially distant but interactive performance shimmers with big characters and big hearts. It is 70 minutes in length, contains lots of audience participation (please keep your distance!) and is suitable for 4-year olds and over. Three actors, multiple characters and one classic story that's high in energy, humour and audience participation.

Written by Kenneth Grahame.  An original adaptation by Don Brown.

Performed by The Cat's Grin Theatre Company and produced by Kick In The Head Theatre Productions

Outdoor theatre - please bring your own seating.

Advance online tickets only as set out in government guidlines for outdoor theatre.

The performance will not be affected by the recent Govt announcement that limits social gatherings to 6 people. This relates only to private social events, not professionally organised events that apply social distancing regulations as set out in the Govt guidelines for theatre performances.

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Venue

Hogmoor Inclosure Natural Play Area

Hogmoor Road

Bordon

GU35 0FJ

Written by Kenneth Grahame.  An original adaptation by Don Brown.

Performed by The Cat's Grin Theatre Company and produced by Kick In The Head Theatre Productions

Parking in Hogsmore Inclosure Car Park

Doors open an hour before the perfromance.

Please bring your own seating.

On rare occasions, it may not be possible for us to complete the performance, but we will never cancel a performance before the advertised start time. It can often rain all day and then clear up just in time for the performance to start. We also really don't want to disappoint anyone - audiences or our actors (who are always keen to perform, if at all possible).

While we will make every effort to complete each show, we reserve the right to stop and start the show as necessary.

Shows will only ever be cancelled or abandoned in the event of bad weather, where such weather is deemed by either the theatre company or the venue to pose a health and safety risk. In any case, shows will never be cancelled before their advertised starting time.

We will not delay the start time of a show for more than 1 hour.

If a show is cancelled on account of the weather, we will announce this at the time of cancellation at the venue. We do not communicate cancellations to patrons who did not come to the venue or who have already left the venue.

Once the performance has started there will be no refunds if the event then has to be cancelled due to the weather.

Organiser

Kick In The Head

Kick In The Head is a joint venture between Andrew Brewis, Simon Downing and Giles Shenton. Between them they have over 95 years experience working in professional theatre and music, including West End shows, national touring productions and performance management. This experience covers everything including performance, direction, writing and production management. Current Touring Productions - Old Herbaceous; Fagin?; Three Men in a Boat; Choice Grenfell; My Dog's Got No Nose; Now Here's a Funny Story; You're The Top (Tribute to Cole Porter)