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Wind in the Willows at The Foxlowe Arts Centre in Leek presented by Lambdog Theatre Company

By Leek Post and Times  |  Posted: April 01, 2014

By Belinda Hargreaves

The Wind in the Willows will be presented at the Foxlowe Arts Centre in Leek.

The Wind in the Willows will be presented at the Foxlowe Arts Centre in Leek.

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A classic tale is set to be portrayed at two venues in the Staffordshire Moorlands next month.

The Leek-based Lambdog Theatre Company will be returning to the Foxlowe Arts Centre with 'The Wind In The Willows.'

It will also be performed at The Venue in Tean.

The company that brought us 'Pinocchio' and 'Aladdin' returns with a brand new adaptation of the family favourite, starring Toad of Toad Hall, this April.

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Producer of Lambdog Theatre Company, Lynne Payne, said the company is "extremely excited" to be producing another piece of theatre for Leek.

Lynne said: "Our aim is for the people of Leek and Tean to be able to see affordable, high quality theatre without having to travel to Buxton, Hanley or elsewhere.

"We also aim to entice people from outside of Leek and Tean to the area."

This new adaptation has been written by the company's director Patrick McConnell – whose work has been nominated for and won awards at Buxton Festival Fringe.

The Wind in the Willows will be showing at 2.30pm at the Foxlowe Arts Centre, Leek, on April 12, 13, 18 and 19; as well as at 7pm on April 11 and 12.

Tickets are priced at £8 for adults and £6 for concessions and children. They are available from the Foxlowe Arts Centre Gallery, Leek Tourist Information Centre and online at www.foxloweartscentre.org.uk/tickets.

The show will also be at The Venue in Tean's High Street on April 25 at 7pm and April 26 at 2.30pm. Tickets for the Tean shows are also £8 for adults and £6 for concessions and children and are available from www.fusionperformancearts.org.uk.Its phone numbers are 07515285236 and 07504610071.

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