Red Riding Hood is a goody good girl who takes food to her sick Granny in the woods - but the wolf sees her going and wants to eat her. Being a theatrical type he avoids the usual 'slash and kill' approach and goes to grannies house where he hides her in a cupboard and climbs into bed in disguise. Red Riding Hood is slow to spot the deception but is fortunately saved by a woodman with an axe! Andrew Pollard marks his tenth pantomime at Greenwich Theatre with a spectacular take on the classic fairy tale... There could not be a better part for Andrew Pollard as he celebrates a decade of Greenwich Theatre pantomimes than the grandmother beset by a wolf, protected by a woodcutter, and loved by Red Riding Hood - expect stunning special effects, high octane singing and dancing, and a side-splitting script as we celebrate the festive season in style.Presented by Greenwich Theatre. Author Andrew Pollard. Director Andrew Pollard. Musical Director Steve Markwick. Design Cleo Pettitt. Choreographer Maggie Rawlinson. Lighting Chris Withers. Sound Tom Lishman.