Kenneth Grahame


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Noun1.Kenneth Grahame - English writer (born in Scotland) of children's stories (1859-1932)
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Imagine P G Wodehouse and Kenneth Grahame, in that Great Library in the Sky, looking down, smiling, while sharpening their pencils in anticipation of fresh copy!
Imagine P G Wodehouse and Kenneth Grahame in that Great Library in the Sky, looking down, smiling, while sharpening their pencils in anticipation of fresh copy!
Families can join Mole, Ratty, Badger and Mr Toad on their mad-cap escapades in this tale of friendship, mishap and mayhem in Quantum Theatre's brand new adaptation of the Kenneth Grahame family favourite.
"Moly" the mole and Mr Badger are doing OK but the rest of the characters in The Wind in the Willows, Kenneth Grahame's children's classic, are having a rough old time.
1859: Kenneth Grahame, author of children's books, notably The Wind In The Willows, was born in Edinburgh.
CHESTER: Chester Lecture Society meeting with talk by historian and prize winning author Matthew Dennison, about his new book on the life of Kenneth Grahame, author of the Wind in the Willows, entitled the Eternal Boy, at 7.30pm at the Grosvenor Museum.
Based on Kenneth Grahame's treasured novel, The Wind in the Willows was brought to the stage by producer Jamie Hendry in a new musical adaptation with book by Academy Award-winning screenwriter and Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes and Olivier Awardwinning composer and lyricist duo George Stiles and Anthony Drewe.
| 1908: The Wind In The Willows, Kenneth Grahame's children's book, was published.
enniskillencastle.co.uk THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS - SCHOOLS Date: Thursday 12 October 2017 - 10:00am Location: Strule Arts Centre PS: PS4.00 (Suitable for 4 to 9 years old) Kenneth Grahame's classic tale of, in the words of the author "life, sunshine, running".
The reader does not need to be familiar with Kenneth Grahame's original novel, but having some knowledge of what's gone before will undoubtedly add to the enjoyment of this, the first in a new series set one hundred years later.
Kenneth Grahame's treasured tale has been adapted into a musical.
Mike added: "Without fail everyone who came through the doors said they had no idea Kenneth Grahame was from Edinburgh.