Toad of Toad Hall


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Toad of Toad Hall

passes as washerwoman to escape from jail. [Children’s Lit.: The Wind in the Willows]
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I just sense that Toad of Toad Hall, MP for somewhere fancy, has had his grubby webbed feet all over the legislation covering his antique car collection.
She said during her time in Swansea she did a lot of comedy and acting and performed at Edinburgh Fringe as the title character in Toad of Toad Hall.
Right, young actor Kevin Whately - later to find fame in Auf Wiedersehen, Pet and Lewis - was appearing in Toad Of Toad Hall at Newcastle Playhouse.
Perhaps I could audition for Toad of Toad Hall in the panto season?
Told from the point of view of Mr Toad, this picture book does capture much of the spirit of the original The Wind in the Willows, and especially of the play Toad of Toad Hall.
My wife Catherine told me I'd blend in with a green tweed suit but I'm not sure Toad of Toad Hall is my thing
Martin says his research showed Sir Arthur to be "quite bombastic, condent to the point possibly of arrogance, but not insensitive and denitely intelligent, and quite a Toad of Toad Hall.
Importantly, panto is very often the first theatrical experience for children (it was at the same theatre, then called the Crane, that I saw a version of Toad of Toad Hall all of 58 years ago
As well as 'Winnie the Pooh' and the 'Hundred Acre Wood', A A Milne wrote novels during the war and even some plays for the stage including Toad of Toad Hall which was based on 'The Wind in the Willows' story by Kenneth Grahame.
It was as a pupil at Duddeston Manor School that Tyrone went to see Toad of Toad Hall at the Old Rep shortly before it closed.
I've always fancied those traditional gypsy caravans which make me think, like Toad of Toad Hall, of the open road and the adventures ahead.
The curtain has come down on the final school production, Toad of Toad Hall.