Wind in the Willows

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Last week, Max and and I were fortunate enough to get free tickets to see Wind in the Willows Musical, at the London Palladium.

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Here is Max and his friend from preschool waiting for us to catch up, whilst the little boy’s mother and I were checking our tickets. (You can see Max is wearing his favourite t-shirt again!).

They’re too cute for words. The little boy kept following Max around, and telling his mother, “I want to do what Max is doing” and “I want to be Max”.

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And here they are making the most of their surroundings before the start of the musical, as well as during the interval.

Max loved the performance and the characters were fantastic. The only downside was the time; it finished at 10.00 pm. The little boy and his mother left way before it ended, because he was tired. He’s only two, so that’s understandable, but it’s a shame they had to miss out on the second part. As for us, I had to carry sleepy Little Yum-Yum part of the way home. Believe me, he’s very heavy!

We have suggested meeting again for another theatre show. Perhaps The Gruffalo. Who knows?

*(Unfortunately, I didn’t get round to asking permission to use the little boy’s name, nor his photos, hence the reason his name has been omitted, as well as his face).

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7 thoughts on “Wind in the Willows

    • Persia says:

      It was! Wasn’t quite sure what to expect, but Max was so fascinated by the show. I may see if I can track down the book for him. Thanks, Weggieboy!

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