A NEW show is to be showcased by Chameleon Theatre Company in a few weeks  called, Wind in the Willows, to the stage. 

A spokesperson confirmed the news and said: "We will be back at Sheppy’s Cider Farm for the weekend covering June 24-24 with 3 public performances. There will be 2 on the Saturday – 11 am and 3pm – with an 11am on the Sunday. 

"We’d like to think we are beginning to get better known in the area with this being our third show. With many experienced local actors and a few younger members in our 17-strong cast this year, we have chosen the ideal script to be put on in an outdoor venue. It has all the things you’d expect from Wind in the Willows, plus lots of music, comedy fun and just a little bit of audience participation. Our shows aim for entertainment for all the family."

"With our prices consistently held at £10 for adults and £7 for concessions we try to maintain the balance that everyone should be able to attend local theatre. 

There is a maximum amount of tickets available for Sheppy’s as we want to provide the best experience for all attendees."

There is increased capacity for the following Sunday July 2 at Oake Village Hall (11am to 3pm.) We always follow up our open-air shows with an indoor venue in case the British weather interferes. We always remain flexible with ticket transfers where availability allows us. 

For tickets please contact chameleontc@hotmail.com Full information will then be provided. Our website is at www.chameleontheatre.uk if you wish to see what we’ve performed before and more about us.  

Pictured here are Cathy Vicarage and Jack Glanville, taking on the role of Mole and Ratty, both experienced actors and multiple Somerset Fellowship of Drama Award winners.  

Luxury picnics are available from Sheppy’s on 01823 461233 but please give them at least a couple of days’ notice as it’s a busy time for them. Alternatively, you are welcome to bring your own.

(Well behaved dogs are allowed in the orchard at this time of year.) The show is approx. 1 hr 45 minutes with an additional 20-30 minute interval.