Robin Hood (and Babes in the Wood),

BREWHOUSE
Friday 4th & Saturday 5th January

Chellaston Players present

Robin Hood (and Babes in the Wood),

a traditional family pantomime directed by Mick Gaunt.

King Richard is fighting in the crusades, and has left his brother, the weak and shifty Prince John, in charge of England. The Sheriff of Nottingham has stolen land and property and has increased taxes. He is intending to dispose of Tommy, the rightful heir to Nottingham Castle, and by marrying Tommy’s sister Marion, claim the title and lands. Robin Hood, meanwhile, has been stripped of his land and estates and is living the life of an outlaw in Sherwood Forest. Can Robin, Nanny Muffin, Little John and all the merry men outwit the Sherriff and the scheming Prince John, save the Babes and keep England safe until the return of good King Richard?

7.30pm Friday & Saturday evening

2.30pm Saturday matinee

Brewhouse Auditorium

£8 adult
£7 children & concessions
Family Ticket (2 adults 2 children) – £25

Thanks to James Shaw for the info.

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