A musical entertainment for the young and young at heart!
The Reluctant Dragon & The Wind in the Willows
The Reluctant Dragon tells the story of how a boy befriends a gentle dragon who is feared and shunned by the whole village, but with the help of the valiant Saint George, the three of them teach the villagers an important lesson on acceptance and how even people of different backgrounds can live together as friends.
In The Wind in the Willows, the materialistic Toad get his just rewards when his decadent lifestyle lands him in jail, but with the help of his friends, Rat, Mole and Badger, he learns that happiness comes not with acquiring possessions, but can be found within oneself and what one already has.
Combined with the infectious and memorable music of John Rutter, and a colourful and exciting staging led byan award-winning team, these tales are guaranteed to entertain and, at the same time, educate.
What a way to begin the holidays, and introduce our next generation to the exciting world of Opera !
Michelle Rogers, mother of Choir member
"This is a fantastic show which both children and adults will love. The performances are brilliant, music sensational and humour brilliant. All this makes for a remarkable show. I remember parts where the whole audience was laughing. I have not seen children so engaged in a performance."
Shanni Westvik, audience
"What a brilliant way to acquaint children with timeless classics."