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The Wind in the Willows

The Wind in the Willows

The Wind in the Willows

By Kenneth Grahame adapted for the stage by Mike Kenny

8th & 9th July and 15th & 16th July 2023 at 2pm and 5pm

in the gardens of Bell House, 27 College Road, Dulwich, SE21 7BG

Directed by Gill Daly and Hayley Blundell

Music by Paul Grimwood

This tale of friendship between a handful of animals – Toad, Ratty, Mole and Badger – will warm the heart. Toad becomes the subject of a friendship intervention as his need for the latest gadgets and trends almost lead him to ruin.  A true tale that surpasses time – we learn from these animals to laugh and sing together and to embrace each other’s differences and how to remove squatters when your home’s invaded by a group of cheeky Weasels.    What more can you ask for on a sunny (but not too hot) July afternoon.

Tickets available via Ticketsource (fee payable):

Adult:  £14

18 years and under: £10

5 years and under: free

An amateur production by arrangement with Nick Hern Books

  • : current/future_show
  • : 40252
  • : Bell House
  • : 08/07/2023
  • : SE217BG
  • : 16/07/2023
  • : Greater London
  • : By Kenneth Grahame adapted for the stage by Mike Kenny
  • :
  • : £14


The UK’s favourite pantomime, delivered in the Dragon Theatre Company’s inimitable style.  A classic story chock full of wonderful characters, from our downtrodden but plucky heroine to the satisfyingly ghastly ugly sisters, with live music and oodles of audience participation!

Come along and cheer the goodies, boo the baddies, and join in with the songs and laughter as we celebrate the wonderful tradition of English pantomime.

Thursday 26 January @ 7.30pm

Friday 27 January @ 7.30pm

Saturday 28 January @ 2.30pm & 7.30pm

Doors open at 2pm / 7pm.

Wheelchair-friendly premises. The entrance is opposite the Co-Op supermarket in Moray Way, RM1 4YD


  • : current/future_show
  • : 40251
  • : Havering Road Methodist Church Hall
  • : 26/01/2023
  • : RM14YD
  • : 28/01/2023
  • : Greater London
  • : Jenny Rees
  • :
  • : £10 & £8
  • : 07960676180
The Boy Who Fell Into A Book

The Boy Who Fell Into A Book

How can I go to sleep in the middle of a story?”

The Tower’s family show this year celebrates the power of both the printed word and the imagination as young Kevin takes an epic journey through the volumes on his bookshelf

“This is for anyone who ever secretly read under the bed clothes as a child and who has ever been captivated by a story in a book “ (Alan Ayckbourn)

Young Kevin takes an epic journey through the volumes on his bookshelf while trying to solve the riddle of Rockfist Slim and the Case of the Green Shark. Alan Ayckbourn’s exuberant show for the whole family celebrates the power of the printed word and the wonders of the imagination.

Alan Ayckbourn has written a number of  family shows which are frequently thematically linked to one of his ‘adult’ plays. The Boy who Fell Into A Book directly inspired his later play Improbable Fiction. In a unique consecutive double billing this play is also being presented by Tower Theatre this October.

There will be a number of matinee and early evening performances during the run of the show – see here for details. The performance on Sunday 23rd October will be a relaxed performance and the matinee on October 22nd will be socially distanced.

  • : current/future_show
  • : 40421
  • : Tower Theatre
  • : 20/10/2022
  • : N167HR
  • : 29/10/2022
  • : Greater London
  • : Alan Ayckbourn
  • :
  • : Advance online Standard: £13 Concession: £11 Children under 18: £7.50 (Members rates also available)
  • : 02073531700