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Archive listings for Robin Hood

Work type: Kids show. There are performances of this work in the listings (current and future) database, see Robin Hood


Nottingham is in peril. Taxes are rising, the corrupt Sheriff is stealing the homes of the poor and the wealthy keep getting wealthier. Now, with the usurper Prince John plotting the demise of the King, a band of friends, robbing from the rich and living as outlaws, realise this is their chance to make a change. Robin Hood, their leader, has one shot to uproot the Sheriff's oppressive reign. Together with her merry men, she can protect the King's rule and liberate the people, but she'll need some help from the inside to pull off her most daring heist. Can her arrow hit its final markAuthor Teresa Burns. Director Rafaella Marcus.
23 Jul 20 to 30 Aug 20St Paul's Church (The Actors Church), Inner London :: V350
listing details L01896592012


A swashbuckling tale full of live music, laughter and bravery, book now for a heroic Christmas adventure. Robin Hood returns home to find the greedy Sheriff of Nottingham starving the local people of Sherwood Forest. Courageous, kind and headstrong, Robin can't stand by and watch friends and family suffer. Robin, the most skilful archer in the land, vows to be brave and stand up for the local people. Join the fearless, witty hero and a host of lively friends as they set off on a mission to steal from the rich and give to the poor.Producer The Watermill. Director Laura Keefe. Design Frankie Bradshaw. Lighting Ryan Joseph Stafford. Sound Jay Jones. Musical Director New Rudkins-Stow. Performer Georgia Bruce (Robin Hood). Performer Jorell Coiffic-Kamall (Friar Tuck). Performer Daniel Copeland (Little John). Performer Leander Deeny (Sheriff of Nottingham). Performer Stephanie Hockley (Maid Marion). Performer Ned Rudkins-Stow (Will Scarlet).
15 Nov 18 to 5 Jan 19The Watermill Theatre, Newbury :: V733
listing details L01511991060


Robin Hood, with a tongue as sharp as his sword, fights for justice, outwits the evil Sherriff of Nottingham and woos Maid Marian. Expect fiendish escapes, spectacular swashbuckling and sword fights galore ? all performed by a fabulously versatile cast of four merry men, accompanied by an all-female ska band!Corporate Sponsor King Edward's School Bath.
8 Dec 16 to 15 Jan 17Theatre Royal, Bath :: V854
listing details L01111996748


The annual park show has become a mainstay in the YEP programme since it was formed in 2012 and is renowned for its inventive take on classic children's books. This year's eagerly awaited summer show will see Robin Hood and his band of Merry Men swashbuckle their way through Princes Park in a high energy, comedic tale of the age-old battle of rich versus poor. An ambitious promenade performance, Robin Hood will take in a number of different locations around the park in production that is sure to be magical experience for all the family.Presented byYoung Everyman. Presented byPlayhouse. Director Matt Rutter. Director Chris Tomlinson.
24 Jul 15 to 26 Jul 15General, Liverpool :: V1184
listing details L01447172948


The auditions for 'Sherwoods Got Talent' are the perfect distraction as the Sherriff kidnaps Maid Marian - will Robin Hood and his very Merry Men be able to rescue her in time? Join the gang and enjoy this adventurous Easter Pantomine with laugh-a-minute jokes, animated projections, and a collection of toe tapping, original, sing-a-long songs for the whole family.Performer Chris Edgerley. Performer Josh Bennett. Performer Philip Green. Performer Tom Swift.
13 Apr 15Southport Theatre at the Waterfront, Southport :: V543
listing details L0293848932


Evil Prince John and the Sheriff of Nottingham tax the people into desperate poverty, but one man decides to fight back - Robin Hood! With all your favourite characters from the story, breathtaking sword play and an archery competition that will take your breath away, the 60 minute show is packed full of live music and most important of all bundles of fun.Company Wizard Theatre.
18 Oct 14Cockpit Theatre, Inner London :: V182
listing details L27064131


If you're a teenager and you want to make theatre this is the place to do it. Our annual summer school for actors and backstage crew takes place over three weeks culminating in seven public performances of Robin Hood in the 18th century Ball Court at Prior Park College. Working with the egg's professional team, unleash your inner archer and be part of this 21st century swashbuckling tour-de-force. Age 10+Presented byStorm on the Lawn 2014. Author Paul Dodgson. Director Heidi Vaughan. Design Carl Davies.
27 Aug 14 to 31 Aug 14Theatre Royal, Bath :: V854
listing details L01803316783


All the well-loved characters feature in tales of camaraderie, swashbuckling action, and riotous comedy. First performed in 2007, it remains one of Illyria's most popular ever titles. You'll definitely laugh, you'll probably cry - and if you're not cheering at the archery competition involving the entire audience then you must be dead. Suitable for ages 5+ and ideal for ages 7+. Running time: 2hrs 15mins (including 20 minute interval)Company Illyria.
8 Aug 14Borough Theatre, Abergavenny :: V839
listing details L1743829495
6 Aug 14Arts Centre, Aberystwyth :: V817
listing details L01734920271
3 Aug 14The Hawth, Crawley :: V720
listing details L02034655502


Come to Williamson Park on a thrilling adventure with England's most famous outlaw. This Summer, the legend of Robin Hood comes to Lancaster's Williamson Park, in an all-new walkabout production from the team that brought you last year's record-breaking show, Merlin and the Legend of King Arthur. Your journey will be full of action, laughter and romance as Robin Hood recruits you to his band of Merry Men. Follow Robin Hood through the park's beautiful forests and mysterious dells as he robs from the rich and gives to the poor, all the while becoming the stuff og legend. And find out if Robin manages to charm the love of his life, our fair Maid Marion. Bring a picnic and your bow and arrow and come with The Dukes on a journey full of action, laughter and romance as we recruit you to join Robin Hood's band of Merry Men.Author Kevin Dyer.
1 Aug 13 to 17 Aug 13The Dukes, Lancaster :: V523
listing details L0466690754


Cambridge Touring Theatre present a very funny musical romp through the world of Robin Hood, Friar Tuck, the Sheriff of Nottingham and Maid Marian. Suitable for children aged 3+Company Cambridge Touring Theatre.
21 Aug 10The Hawth, Crawley :: V720
listing details L370431285


Robin Hood is a rousing and hilarious story telling of Robin and his outlaws in their struggle against the Sheriff of Nottingham and his fearsome ally Guy of Guisborne.Performer Major Mustard.
22 Dec 06 to 30 Dec 06Old Joint Stock Theatre, Birmingham :: V0812942011
listing details L1387521981
25 Apr 03Arc Theatre, Trowbridge :: V881281219
listing details L735686291
20 Feb 03The Met, Bury :: V476
listing details L01865231216


A musical adaptation of the classic adventure story, which brings the legend of Robin Hood vividly to life in a phantasmagoria of comedy, storytelling and drama.Company Caird Company.
18 Dec 02 to 4 Jan 03Lyttelton (National Theatre), West End :: V374
listing details L01712511837


Company Laternfish Theatre Company. Author Anthony Peters. Music Mark Ponsford (songs).
20 Dec 02 to 21 Dec 02Old Town Hall Arts Centre, Hemel Hempstead :: V45
listing details L01204801351
30 Nov 02The Library Theatre, Luton :: V02027386231
listing details L951646195
16 Nov 02Bristol Old Vic, Bristol :: V857
listing details L161544381
31 Oct 02Norden Farm Centre for the Arts, Maidenhead :: V1294444431
listing details L1726400268
22 Oct 02Limelight Theatre, Aylesbury :: V745
listing details L0973236853
19 Oct 02Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford :: V702
listing details L1828081800
19 Oct 02Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford :: V702
listing details L1970670550


Deep in Sherwood Forest, a band of men are waiting to lay an ambush. Camouflaged in Lincoln green they hide, their hoods pulled over their heads. Is the Sheriff of Nottingham coming this way? If so, there's trouble in store! Brave Robin Hood, great Little John, rotund Friar Tuck and wiry Much the Miller wait to rob the rich and give to the poor, right under the noses of the Norman Lords. One of the oldest and most popular of English folk tales, here for your delight is a boisterous and thrilling version of Robin Hood and his Merry Men - plus the doughty Maid Marian who wait for King Richard the Lionheart to return to England from the Crusades and rescue his country from the tyrannous hold of bad Price John. So, blow the horns, sharpen the arrows and prepare for all manner of thrills and scary spills under the Greenwood trees. Duration 110 mins including interval. For children 7-12 and their families.Author Robin Kingsland. Company Polka Theatre for Children. Director Vicky Ireland. Music Andrew Dodge. Design Jason Denvir. Performer Mark Byron. Performer Joe Cushley. Performer Elisa de Grey. Performer Clive Shilson. Performer Adam Tedder.
22 Jun 00 to 19 Aug 00Polka Theatre for Children, Outer London :: V324
listing details L0938297847

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27 Nov 03 to 30 Dec 03NST Campus, Southampton :: V776
listing details L1795588555

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