PICTURES: The Wind in the Willows comes to life in Luppitt
PUBLISHED: 19:43 06 February 2012 | UPDATED: 12:32 07 February 2012
Audiences turn out in force for the Luppitt Players’ latest production.
Colourful creatures took centre stage in Luppitt to bring a popular children’s classic to life.
The Luppitt Players transformed into the charcters of Toad, Rattie, Mole and Badger for their long-awaited pantomime - Toad in a Hole.
The production, directed by Steve Berry, was based on The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame.
Audiences turned out in force for the three performance in the village hall.
Proceeds from the event will be donated to Devon Air Ambulance, Clic Sargent and Help for Heroes.
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