Adapted by Glen Elston from Kenneth Grahame’s classic. The Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney. Until January 28, 2011.
Pantomimes are rarely popular in Australia during the regular peak English season.
While halls and theatres are packed in December and January in the old country, this tradition has lost its popularity during the warm summers of the southern hemisphere.
So putting on a show outdoors is the perfect solution, and no more sparkling a venue could be imagined than Sydney’s Royal Botanic Gardens.
The production of The Wind in the Willows has been running for 25 years and it is no surprise why.