Riverside tale

Some much-loved characters will be appearing at Alveley Village Hall on Friday 9 February. Box Tale Soup’s presentation of ‘The Wind in the Willows’ by Kenneth Grahame will take the audience from the peaceful pleasures of the river to the fearful frights of the Wild Wood, with Mole and Ratty alongside. Meet gruff old Badger and the glamour-loving Mr Toad in this beautiful adaptation featuring handmade puppets and a charming original musical score. Suitable for all ages from five and up; children are invited to make their own animal mask to wear for the show, with a prize for the best.

The show starts at 7pm, with tickets priced at £8 for adults, £5 for children, and £25 for a family, phone 01746 780478 or book online at artsalive.co.uk.

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