The Wind in the Willows continues with excellent reviews

The reviews for The Wind in the Willows are in!

rv. Messing about in boats has never been so charming.
rn. The Stage

rv. This is a festive alternative to a panto featuring a large dose of feel-good factor, which can’t fail to get you in the mood for the season.
rn. City Life

rv. I DON’T know how they do it, but the Library Theatre can take a magical story you think you know so well and make it feel fresh and even more magical. The Wind In The Willows is the latest in a long, long list of festive triumphs. When word gets out I’ve every confidence that tickets will go like cakes at one of Rat’s waterside picnics, so don’t miss out.
rn. Messenger Newspapers

rv. Add in rowing boats, a caravan pulled by a hysterically funny Brummie horse, a car, a train and a constantly moving intricate set and you are set up for a great evening in the theatre. The Wind in the Willows is on at the Quays theatre until the 14th of January and is a great antidote to the excesses of Christmas, food, wine, relatives and X-boxes! It gets a smashing 10 out of 10 from me.
rn. Salford Online

rv. The Library Theatre offers welcome relief from pantos in the festive season with a graceful and moving adaptation of a well-loved tale.
rn. The Public Reviews

rv. Chris Honer has assembled a brilliant cast who add shine and sheen where required and they inhabit the roles with ease and a sense of wonder.
rn. whatsonstage

rv. Children of all ages will love the knockabout humour, the amiable atmosphere of pals off on adventures and having friendly fun.
rn. Jildy Sauce

rv. The wholehearted performance from the entire cast and crew made it feel like the kind of show friends put on for friends, the most discerning of audiences.
rn. The Manchester Review