Edinburgh Fringe success SINCERELY, MR TOAD transfers to Greenwich Theatre, London - KEITH JACK stars

Sincerely, Mr Toad
Greenwich Theatre
10 - 14 September

Following 5* reviews and critical acclaim at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, multi award winning Sell a Door Theatre Company have announced a transfer of their new musical 'Sincerely, Mr Toad' to London's Greenwich Theatre from 10th September to 14th September.

The musical charts the turbulent relationship of Wind in the Willows author Kenneth Grahame with his son Alastair Grahame, who is widely reputed to have inspired his central character Mr Toad. With an original score, book and lyrics by writing team David Andrew Wilson, David Hutchinson and Katie McIvor - the story maps out the inspiration and sudden tragedies that inspired Grahame's infamous tale of animals down in the Wild Woods.

Artistic Director of Sell a Door and co-writer David Hutchinson says "It has been a fantastic journey to see Sincerely, Mr Toad be met with great press and audience feedback whilst running at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Having secured a Fringe First award last year for 'Rainbow', the pressure was on to deliver another high standard production on our fifth trip to the world's largest arts festival. Having run for a month in the Scottish capital, I am delighted that we are transfering this tale of inspiration and sorrow to our home in Greenwich for a week of performances."

Starring BBC Any Dream Will Do runner up Keith Jack, Sincerely, Mr Toad plays for six performances at Sell a Door's London home the Greenwich Theatre. Tickets are available at 

9th September -14th September
020 8858 7755

THE STAGE  - "Must See!"

**** "succeeds in capturing all too well the human drama at the heart of this tragic story." THE SCOTSMAN
**** "This musical is well structured with an outstanding cast…” EVENING NEWS
***** "a wonderful ear worm of melody is still playing in my head." REMOTEGOAT
**** "moments of uplifting inspiration and heart-wrenching despair." THREE WEEKS
**** " I will be looking out to see what the future holds for this compelling piece of theatre." WEST END FRAME

"A memorable, enthralling top-quality musical" THE STAGE