London Palladium
Argyll Street
London, W1F 7TF
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Opened: 17 Jun 2017
Booking from: 22 Jun 2017
Booking until: 09 Sep 2017
Duration: 2 hours 20 minutes



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  • susannahrosemn 5"3 female 100 reviews 3 helpful votes
    80% total rating The Wind in the Willows, 21st June 2017
    What an utterly charming show! Stiles and Drewe's new musical venture is certainly a show that's going to appeal to the entire family. It's a very endearing adaptation of the classic novel, packed full of fun, humour and some excellent songs that you will hum to yourself all the way home. There's some snappy choreography, lovely set design and inspired costumes. It's honestly a real treat - Rufus Hound, Craig Mathers and Simon Lipkin are particularly good. There's nothing twee about this, I would really recommend to anyone!
    This is a really great sit midway in the Royal Circle! It's next to an aisle, so you are able to stretch out your legs, as legroom is fairly limited for those with longer legs! Comfort is brilliant, the seats are padded and you're not shifting around very much. But I would purchase this ticket solely for the view! You get an absolutely panoramic view of the entire stage, nothing feels very far away and there are zero restrictions. Would definitely sit here again, I always think the Royal Circle is a better option than the Stalls at the Palladium!
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  • natashawhitley1 5"3 female 31 reviews 1 helpful vote
    100% total rating The Wind in the Willows, 16th June 2017
    A really fun and upbeat time at the theatre. A fantastic show for all the family.
    A good seat for the price I paid. Seat was comfortable with plenty of legroom. Upper stage left corner is slightly restricted here due to the round proscenium arch but not much is missed there.
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  • BeaKJ 5' 2'' female 68 reviews 1 helpful vote
    100% total rating The Wind in the Willows, 19th June 2017
    It was such a fun and lovely show.
    Sat in Stalls B19
    The seat is right next to the centre. Clear view of the stage. The stage is not too high. Fantastic seat.
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  • traceywebb 5ft6 female 40 reviews 0 helpful votes
    80% total rating The Wind in the Willows, 17th June 2017
    Very good show. Enjoyed the score and actors were very good.
    Could see all of the stage. Sufficient leg room, fairly comfortable seat. People in Row B found the safety rail was in their way. It did not obstruct the view from here even leaning back.
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The seats at the London Palladium are generally of a fairly high standard throughout, with the Royal Circle generally offering the very best views. The stage at the Palladium is quite high, meaning the fronts of the stalls can leaving you craning your neck, so should generally be avoided by younger children, while the overhang from the Circle begins about half way back in the Stalls, often leaving these to be similarly discounted.

The Upper Circle can feel quite distant, and seats to the end of rows can be very side on due to its curve, while a safety bar can get in the way of the first two rows.
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After an extraordinarily popular UK tour, Julian Fellowes’ thrilling new musical The Wind In The Willows brings back Kenneth Grahame’s classic tale to the West End, beginning preview performances at the London Palladium on 17th June 2017.

This new version of the brilliantly unforgettable story is written by the acclaimed dramatist Julian Fellowes and features music and lyrics by his long-time collaborators, the multi-award winning George Stiles and Anthony Drewe.

Julian Fellowes is an actor, novelist, director, screenwriter and playwright who has produced some of the greatest British drama of the 21st century, including the Academy Award-winning 2002 film Gosford Park as well as the internationally renowned ITV period drama Downton Abbey and the Broadway smash hit School of Rock: The Musical.

This is not Fellowes’ first collaboration with George Stiles and Anthony Drewe, having previously made the massively popular new versions of Mary Poppins and Half a Sixpence, both of which enjoyed extensive regional tours and West End runs. The pair have won countless awards, including the Olivier Award for Best New Musical, as well as three of the prestigious prizes at the Musical of the Year Awards.

The Wind in the Willows tells the action packed and heart-warming tale of the thrill-seeking Mr Toad, who despite his pomp and arrogance, is still rather lovable. When his antics land him in jail, much to the despair of his friends, Rat, Mole and Badger, he must rely on friendship to escape and claim back his spectacular family home Toad Hall, which has been taken over by the Chief Weasel and his vicious pack of Wild Wooders.

This new musical brings the timeless tale back to life once more in a fresh and innovative way. After being first published by Kenneth Grahame in 1908, The Wind in the Willows soon became one of the most beloved children’s books of all time, with its beautiful blend of action and heart-warming emotion. It has been adapted numerous times for stage, television, radio and film.

The Wind in the Willows stars Rufus Hound as Mr Toad. Hound is best known for his lead role in One Man, Two Guv’nors which was much loved by both critics and audiences alike, as well as recent performances in Don Quixote and The War of the Roses.

He is joined by Fra Fee (As You Like It, The Fix) as Mole, Thomas Howes (The Lighthouse, The Mousetrap) and David Birrell (Miss Atomic Bomb, The War Has Not Yet Started) as Badger.

The Wind in the Willows is set to be the perfect summer treat for all the family, and is due to arrive in the West End at the London Palladium on 17th June 2017, with performances set to continue until 9th September 2017. With a star cast and an award winning creative team, this is set to be a brilliant and hilarious retelling of a timeless tale.
The Wind in the Willows is perfect for all the family with a brilliant blend of action, hilarity and brilliant music bound to entertain parents and children alike. With the same writers and composers as both Mary Poppins and Half a Sixpence behind this show, you can expect the very highest quality.

Age Recommendations: Age guidance: 6+