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Wind in the Willows: Real life tales from the river bank as theatre takes to outdoors

The children's classic tale, Wind in the Willows, is to be performed along the river bank in the Yorkshire Dales.

The River Wharfe at Bolton Abbey provides the setting for 25 open-air performances of the story written by Kenneth Grahame.

The production, by theatre company Gobbledigook, even uses real boats on the river for Ratty and Mole to mess about in.

John Holt Roberts (Mr Toad) and Cecily Nash (Mrs Mole) explain how they have found the experience.