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Twang!! archiveTwang!! is a comical celebration of the classic folklore hero Robin Hood and his more-than-merry-men. Enjoy a jaunt through mythical, musical England in this brand-spanking new production, full to the brim with catchy songs, broad slapstick and plenty of delicious one-liners! Robin Hood has lost his twang, much to the delight of the Sheriff of Nottingham. What transpires is a hilarious tale of green tights, budding romances and questionable northern accents as Robin desperately searches for his lost motivation... Twang!! was originally written by Lionel Bart and Harvey Orkin in 1965 and this updated version by Julian Woolford and Richard John now makes its professional debut at London's Union Theatre.
Performers Peter Noden (Robin Hood), Kweeva Garvey (Marian), Joe Rose (Much), Jessical Brady (Delphina), Christopher Hewitt (Sheriff of Nottingham), Christian Lunn (Little John), Kane Verrall (Will Scarlett), Stephen Collins (Hob of the Hill), Victoria Nicol (Lady Elphaba), Edward Court (Sir Guy), Francesca Pim (Lady Dolly), Micah Holmes (Dance Captain), Louis Westwood (Friar Tuck), Chris Draper (Ensemble), Lewis McBean (Prince John), James Hudson (Alan-a-Dale).
Music Lionel Bart. Lyrics Lionel Bart. Book by Julian Woolford. Director Bryan Hodgson. Choreographer Mitchell Harper. Musical Director Henry Brennan. Design Jonny Rust. Design Justin Williams. Lighting Ben Jacobs. Costume Penn O'Gara. Producer Sasha Regan. Producer Alexander Parker (associate producer).


Twang!! (Musical) production archive for QTIX code T0518771722. Details of all Twang!! archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S886997481

Archive Listings

11 Apr 18
5 May 18
Union Theatre
Inner London
Greater London

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