Details

Robin Hood battles the Sheriff of Nottingham and woos Maid Marion.

Archive listings for Robin Hood

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

Easter Panto - T471195505

Join us in Sherwood Forest where Robin Hood and his Merry Men battle to outwit the dastardly Sheriff of Nottingham. Will Robin win the hand of the fair Maid Marion or will the Sheriff triumph? All will be revealed in another laugh-a-minute rollercoaster ride through pantomime land.Company Anton Benson Productions. Performer Kerry Katona (Sheriff of Nottingham).
10 Apr 24 to 11 Apr 24The Old Savoy - Home of The Deco Theatre, Northampton :: V1223418074
listing details L01645808848

The Rock 'n' Roll Panto - T01261371263

A very different format to the traditional Christmas pantomime, Rock 'n' Roll Pantos mix traditional elements of audience participation and corny gags with a jukebox full of classic rock anthems and chart-toppers, all performed live on stage by an ultra-talented cast of actor-musicians.Presented byLeeds Heritage Theatres.
24 Nov 23 to 7 Jan 24City Varieties Music Hall, Leeds :: V973
listing details L0220081536

T523261917

Grab your arrows, pull on your tights, Robin's coming home and the future's looking bright! Plug in your guitars, set the volume to 11, Join Robin and his rock 'n' soul band on the stairway to panto heaven!Author Christian Patterson.
19 Nov 22 to 14 Jan 23Theatr Clwyd, Mold :: V810
listing details L1660689612

T0312741363

Following our 2019 Offie Award winning Sleeping Beauty and our 2021 nomination for The Queen Of Hearts, Robin Hood will once again see the return of the much-loved Greenwich Theatre Pantomime production team. The poor citizens of Nottingham have just about had enough of their scheming Sheriff; relentlessly raising taxes and forcing folks to move out to the forest! But fear not, for our hero, Robin Hood, is here to right those wrongs! Stealing from the rich and giving to the poor. Let's hope he can save the day alongside Maid Marion, Friar Tuck and the rest of the gang, who've all joined the good fight!Presented byGreenwich Theatre.
24 Nov 22 to 8 Jan 23Greenwich Theatre, Outer London :: V308
listing details L22097340

T251609502

Join the most heroic outlaw of them all, Robin Hood, as he strives to win the hand of the beautiful Maid Marion while he and his trusty band of followers outwit the evil Sheriff of Newport. This will be a show packed full of comedy, slapstick, action, adventure, and of course plenty of Pantomime magic!Author Richard Gauntlett. Director Richard Gauntlett. Choreographer Angela Sheppard. Director Angela Sheppard (assistant). Musical Director Dyfan Jones. Performer Richard Elis (Much the Millar's son). Performer Geraint Rhys (Robin Hood).
29 Nov 22 to 7 Jan 23The Riverfront, Newport :: V088145899
listing details L412802865

T2088981023

A perfect blend of slapstick, silliness, hit songs and panto magic, join everyone's favourite real-life hero on the arrow shooting pantomime adventure of a lifetime. Welcome to Sherwood Forest by way of Oldham where the nasty Sheriff is terrorising everyone with expensive taxes, and she's kidnapped Maid Marian! By robbing from the rich and giving to the poor, and with some very skilled archery, can Robin save the day?Producer Oldham Coliseum. Author Fine Time Fontayne. Author Chris Lawson. Director Chris Lawson. Design Celia Perkins. Musical Director Dave Bintley. Choreographer Adele Taylor. Lighting Douglas Kuhrt. Sound Adam McCready. Director Kaitlin Howard (fight). Choreographer Helena Ferreira (associate choreographer). Performer Shorelle Hepkin (Robin Hood). Performer Liz Carney (The Sheriff). Performer Charlie Ryan (Nurse Nellie). Performer William Travis (Friar Tuck). Performer Sophie Ellicott (Ellen A Dale). Performer Nathan Morris (Failsworth). Performer Ian Crowe (Sir Guy of Gisbourne). Performer Sarah Pearson (Maid Marian). Performer Paul Allen (drums). Performer David Bintley (keyboards). Performer Nathan Welch (bass).
12 Nov 22 to 7 Jan 23Coliseum Theatre, Oldham :: V497
listing details L01594598570

T02136070439

When the scheming Sheriff of Nottingham enlists the forces of evil to help him steal the crown, it's time for true heroes to step forward. Enter Robin, Marion and their makeshift band of merry men to stand up for the people of England and save the day. This is how legends are made, or at least it would be if they knew what they were doing. This Christmas, Exeter Northcott and Le Navet Bete (Treasure Island, A Christmas Carol) are joining forces to bring you a hilarious new family show. With all the festive fun of panto, Le Navet Bete's trademark madcap comedy, a cast of 9, stunning sets and costumes, music and dance - this is going to be an experience not to miss.Presented byExeter Northcott Theatre. Presented byLe Navet Bete.
9 Dec 22 to 7 Jan 23Northcott Theatre, Exeter :: V886
listing details L839917880

T0199324906

Adapted by Andrew Pollard. Director Kirstie Davis. Music Ziad Jabero. Choreographer Zak Phillips-Yates. Stage ManagerLouise Manifold. Producer Brent Lees (Production Manager). Lighting Brent Lees. Sound Kate Harvey. Design Irene Jade. Design Rachel Walton-Daniels (Assistant Designer). Other Snowzie Rose (ASM). Costume Ann Preston (Wardrobe Supervisor). Costume Katie Duxbury (Wardrobe Deputy). Performer Althea Burey (Marian). Performer Jacob Butler (Robin). Performer Amy Drake (Tuck). Performer Helen Longworth (Ellen-A-Dale). Performer Lucas Cheong Smith (Sherrif).
24 Nov 22 to 31 Dec 22The Dukes, Lancaster :: V523
listing details L123728265

T0319213086

Join the most heroic outlaw of them all as the arrow-shooting hero Robin Hood strives to win the hand of the beautiful Maid Marion while he and his trusty band of Merry Men outwit the evil Sheriff of Nottingham. It's a show packed full of comedy, action, adventure, and plenty of glitz and glamour.Producer Crossroads Pantomimes. Performer Tristan Gemmill. Performer Matthew Kelly. Performer Matt Terry. Performer Jodie Prenger. Performer Flawless. Performer Phil Butler. Performer Kieran Powell.
11 Dec 21 to 9 Jan 22Theatre Royal, Nottingham :: V462
listing details L884104965

T1232492675

Robin Hood and his merry troupe are getting ready to ride into Oxford to celebrate good times. Join Robin, Maid Marian and the merry band of outlaws in as they battle the evil Sheriff of Nottingham. Will the evil Sheriff prevail, or will the goodies win the day? The Playhouse can't wait to bring a traditional Oxford style panto to the stage with bags of merriment, music, dancing, sparkle and panto magic.
26 Nov 21 to 9 Jan 22Oxford Playhouse, Oxford :: V803
listing details L1611152842

T129244077

Join us on a festive adventure into the heart of Sherwood Forest as Robin and the cast lead the Sheriff of Nottingham on a merry dance next Christmas, robbing from the rich to give to the poor. Our pantomime has become renowned for its electric dance routines, stunning sets, magical special effects and plenty of festive fun for all the family.Producer Qdos Entertainment.
15 Dec 21 to 31 Dec 21White Rock Theatre, Hastings :: V670
listing details L01084448292

T0773793667

Grab your merry men and women, and get ready for a socially distanced pantomime like never before, in a sheriff-busting, arrow-shooting, tights-wearing, hog-roasting production of Robin Hood, created especially for Christmas 2020! Join Robin, the beautiful Maid Marion and a host of colourful characters as they rob from the rich, give to the poor and help outwit the evil Sheriff of Nottingham, live on stage. This year's production, created especially for the Theatre Royal in this unprecedented year, will be a riotously funny, one-act celebration of pantomime, packed full of comedy and laughter and allow audience members the opportunity to come safely together and enjoy the magic of the much-loved and unique art form this festive season. Supported by the National LotteryProducer Qdos Entertainment. Performer Danny Adams. Performer Clive Webb. Performer Chris Hayward. Performer Joe McElderrry. Performer Zoe Birkett. Performer Mick Potts.
13 Apr 21 to 2 May 21Theatre Royal, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V570
listing details L0633953300

T01457629145

Join Robin Hood and his Merry Men as they charge through Greenhead Park to take on the evil Prince John and his snivelling Sheriff. With a bow in hand, a quiver of arrows, and a great deal of Lycra, our hero is on a mission to find Maid Marian and reclaim the taxes stolen from the good people of Huddersfield. Following the success of Sleeping Beauty and Aladdin, Robin Hood is set to hit the mark with all the mischief, mayhem and musical hilarity we come to expect from pantomime at the Lawrence Batley Theatre.
4 Dec 20 to 3 Jan 21Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield :: V972
listing details L02048391554

T1086373462

Written by Andrew Pollard - who has written the last four pantomimes for Salisbury Playhouse - Robin Hood will feature all the traditional elements of a pantomime and be based on the well-known tale of Robin stealing from the rich to help the poor.Producer Wiltshire Creative. Author Andrew Pollard.
30 Nov 19 to 12 Jan 20Playhouse, Salisbury :: V923
listing details L1228683721

T1418558096

Deep in the heart of his foreboding Castle, the dastardly Sheriff of Nottingham is taxing the poor to pile up his gold, whilst imprisoning brave Maid Marian and her hilarious Nurse Nellie. But the Sheriff hasn't banked on our arrow slinging hero Robin emerging from Sherwood Forest to target the hand of Marion and outwit the villain's plans. Can Robin save the day with a little help from his band of Friar Tuck and plucky Merry Folk? After the giant success of 2018's Jack and the Beanstalk, this swash buckling actor musician panto, is twanging to the beats of pop hits from across the decades, traditional audience participation and laugh out loud family silliness.Producer Queen's Theatre Hornchurch. Author Andrew Pollard. Director Douglas Rintoul. Design Richard Foxton. Choreographer Sundeep Saini. Musical Director Tom Self.
28 Nov 19 to 5 Jan 20Queen's Theatre Hornchurch, Hornchurch :: V41
listing details L01275098635

T185741063

Presented byThe Questors. Author Ben Crocker.
13 Dec 19 to 31 Dec 19Questor's Theatre, Outer London :: V326
listing details L268788958

T2103309281

Join the most heroic outlaw of them all as the arrow-shooting hero Robin Hood strives to win the hand of the beautiful Maid Marion while he and his trusty band of Merry Men outwit the evil Sheriff of Nottingham in a show packed full of comedy, action, adventure and plenty of glitz and glamour!Producer Qdos Entertainment. Performer Shane Richie.
8 Dec 18 to 13 Jan 19Milton Keynes Theatre, Milton Keynes :: V754
listing details L1603735392

T1901068027

Join the most heroic outlaw of them all as the arrow-shooting hero Robin Hood strives to win the hand of the beautiful Maid Marion while he and his trusty band of Merry Men outwit the evil Sheriff of Nottingham in a show packed full of comedy, action, adventure and plenty of glitz and glamour!Producer Qdos Entertainment. Performer Jonathan Wilkes (Robin Hood). Performer Christian Patterson (Friar Tuck).
14 Dec 18 to 6 Jan 19Regent Theatre, Stoke-on-Trent :: V124
listing details L01471357201

T01242848630

All performances will be BSL interpreted by an integrated signer/performer.Producer Cast.
30 Nov 18 to 5 Jan 19Cast, Doncaster :: V1545109680
listing details L1557095245

T0648279740

Beware a conniving king, a sinister sheriff and a downtrodden village of peasants who's ?get up and go' has got up and gone! Can the merry band teach the baddies a lesson? The villagers to revolt? The world to sing? Find out when Oddsocks rumble in with their rumbustious new adventures of this legendary folk hero!Company Oddsocks.
13 Dec 18 to 29 Dec 18Queen's Hall Arts Centre, Hexham :: V984
listing details L562316079

T1448063973

Join Robin and the Merry Men for a family pantomime spectacular full of music, comedy, arrows and tights!Presented byWestfield Productions.
18 Jan 18 to 21 Jan 18The Point, Eastleigh :: V1114
listing details L1696675316

T1388144793

Producer Qdos Entertainment. Performer Shane Richie (Robin Hood). Performer Peter Piper (Friar Tuck). Performer Ashleigh Gray (Spirit of Sherwood).
9 Dec 17 to 7 Jan 18New Victoria Theatre, Woking :: V709
listing details L01721178092

T2431130

Producer Little Wolf Entertainment.
25 Nov 17 to 7 Jan 18Town Hall, Loughborough :: V02111941779
listing details L0641463395

T904106444

Don't miss the fun and frolics of panto this Easter! Join us in Sherwood Forest as Robin Hood and his Merry Men battle to outwit this dastardly Sheriff of Nottingham. Will Robin Hood seize the day and win the hand of his fair Maid Marion?Performer Gareth Gates. Performer Graham Cole. Performer Zippy. Performer George.
17 Apr 17 to 18 Apr 17Whitley Bay Playhouse, Whitley Bay :: V580
listing details L747010571
7 Apr 17 to 8 Apr 17Newark Palace, Newark :: V455
listing details L0565802281

Easter panto - T2117064851

With an all-star cast, including ?back by popular demand!' children's TV favourite - Dani Harmer from CBBC's Tracy Beaker and Strictly Come Dancing as Maid MarianPerformer Dani Harmer. Company Enchanted Entertainment.
11 Apr 17Princess Theatre, Torquay :: V900
listing details L1895651354
6 Apr 17Winter Gardens and Opera House Theatre, Blackpool :: V515
listing details L0542967244
4 Apr 17Colosseum, Watford :: V1182
listing details L489347101

T576435733

Presented byAnton Benson Productions.
9 Apr 17 to 10 Apr 17Princes Theatre, Clacton-on-Sea :: V34
listing details L0650031388

T777339275

Performer George Sampson (Robin Hood). Performer Dani Harmer (Maid Marian). Performer Andy Abraham (Sheriff of Nottingham).
8 Apr 17Victoria Theatre, Halifax :: V969
listing details L342033628

T266818980

Producer Qdos Entertainment. Other The Twins FX (visual special effects). Other Whizzbang 3D Productions (3D Effects). Producer Michael Harrison (executive producer). Author Alan McHugh. Director Nick Winston. Choreographer Nick Winston. Musical Director Gary Hind. Lighting Pete Watts. Performer Shane Richie (Robin Hood). Performer Jessie Wallace (Maid Marion). Performer Jeffrey Holland (The Nurse).
17 Dec 16 to 8 Jan 17Mayflower Theatre, Southampton :: V774
listing details L01374036721

T465036985

Performer Daniel Beales.
12 Dec 16 to 7 Jan 17Secombe Theatre, Sutton :: V708
listing details L0200004670

T304619585

Presented byTheatre Royal Stratford East. Producer Wicked Productions. Author Trish Cooke. Author Robert Hyman. Director Kerry Michael. Performer Tom Swift. Performer Jimmy Burton-Iles. Performer Philip Green. Performer Chris Edgerley.
5 Dec 15 to 23 Jan 16Theatre Royal Stratford East, Outer London :: V337
listing details L1894468554
22 May 15 to 25 May 15Trinity Theatre and Arts Centre, Tunbridge Wells :: V691
listing details L0963442368

T01043239755

Celebrating its 42nd year as the national home of traditional panto, The Theatre Chipping Norton ventures into Sherwood with this charismatic new version of ROBIN HOOD. A vivid patchwork cast of characters accompanies the man in green, including old friends Friar Tuck, the wicked Sheriff of Nottingham, and a few less familiar faces - Little Joan, a wandering minstrel and a company of singing rabbits.Author Ben Crocker. Corporate Sponsor Kingham Hill School. Music Sarah Travis. Director Abigail Anderson. Design Russell Craig. Costume Emily Stuart. Choreographer Sally Brooks. Director Philip d'Orleans (fight direction). Performer Samuel Dutton (Dennis). Performer Ben Eagle (Friar Tuck). Performer Scott Ellis (Robin Hood). Performer Rosanna Lambe (Little John). Performer Madeleine Leslay (Maid Marion). Performer Sam O'Hanlon (Alan-a-Dale). Performer Andrew Pepper (Connie Clatterbottom). Performer Andrew Piper (Sheriff of Nottingham).
17 Nov 15 to 10 Jan 16Chipping Norton Theatre, Chipping Norton :: V795
listing details L257795076

T586650335

Producer Those Magic Beans Pantomimes. Performer Ricky Norwood (Sheriff of Nottingham). Performer Keavy Lynch (Fairy of the Forest). Performer Edele Lynch (Witch of the Woods). Performer Kieran (Friar Tuck). Performer Sarah (Little John). Performer Payne (Silly Billy). Performer Pearce (Nurse Nellie).
11 Dec 15 to 3 Jan 16The Woodville Halls Theatre, Gravesend :: V681
listing details L0219883754

And His Merry Men - T01524334274

Join our hero Robin Hood, played by CITV's Hi-5 Chris Edgerley, as he puts right the wicked Sheriff of Nottingham who rules over the good people of Sherwood, collecting taxes to pay for his own evil plans. Silly Willy Scarlet, played by the hilarious Tom Swift, is eager to help and join the Merry Men, Britain's Got Talent comedy impressionist, Phillip Green as Little John, and from Harry Potter and Channel 4's Seven Dwarfs, Josh Bennett as Big John.Producer Wicked Productions. Producer Captiv8. Performer Jimmy Burton-Iles (Friar Tuck). Performer Tom Swift (Silly Willy Scarlett). Performer Philip Green (Little John). Performer Chris Edgerley (Robin Hood). Performer Josh Bennett (Big John).
30 Mar 15 to 31 Mar 15Pavilion Theatre, Rhyl :: V813
listing details L01032093359

T02094846579

Robin Hood and his Merry Men are in big trouble! The cowardly King John and his wicked Queen have taxed the townsfolk of Nottingham down to the last groat, and the evil Sheriff has tightened the net on Robin and his Men! To avoid capture, the outlaws have disbanded. All seems hopeless, and to make matters worse, a plucky young group of heroines led by the fearless Maid Marian and calling themselves "The Sisterhood" have sprung up in Sherwood Forest- bent on taking up the mantle, robbing the rich to feed the poor, and standing up to the King and his evil cronies... Will the girls win this day? Or can Robin and Little John bury the hatchet and fight the common cause? Will his feeble brother Will Scarlett find his place among the outlaws? And will Robin's poor old mother ever find herself a man?Company Cherwll Theatre Company. Author Tristan Pate. Author Penny Tasker. Author Neil Hobson.
10 Jan 15 to 18 Jan 15The Mill Arts Centre (formerly The Mill), Banbury :: V794
listing details L01754659012

T0410420658

Join the legendary Robin Hood with his Merry Men, the Forest Fairy and the beautiful Maid Marian as they rob from the rich and give to the poor in their quest to stop the evil Sheriff of Nottingham. Spectacular costumes, elaborate sets, exciting special effects and a professional live band combine with the usual pantomime hilarity as Mountbatten Players bring you another great fun show for all the family.Company Mountbatten Players.
8 Jan 15 to 11 Jan 15The Point, Eastleigh :: V1114
listing details L0838428511

T0770076939

Producer Qdos Entertainment. Performer Nigel Havers. Performer Bobby Davro. Performer Lee Mead. Performer Jeffrey Holland.
20 Dec 13 to 25 Jan 14Theatre Royal Plymouth, Plymouth :: V895
listing details L01119619260

T790687794

Following the enormous success of Jack and the Beanstalk last year Cambridge Arts Theatre is proud to present Robin Hood for the first time in nearly 50 years! A spectacular cast featuring some familiar pantomime faces will bring this much-loved tale to life, with a fabulous sprinkling of pantomime magic that will delight and entertain the young and young at heart alike!Producer Cambridge Arts Theatre. Director Michael Fentiman. Performer Ross Hunter. Performer Jonny Weldon. Performer Ian Redford. Performer Richard Earl. Performer Sophie Isaacs. Performer Stephen Beckett. Performer Lorna Want. Performer Matt Crosby.
5 Dec 13 to 12 Jan 14Arts Theatre, Cambridge :: V19
listing details L618256533

T1252212866

Robin Hood is riding into Oxford Playhouse for the very first time in this action-packed new panto. Expect non-stop thrills and spills as Robin and his Merry Men battle the evil Sherriff of Nottingham in this classic tale sure to delight all the family. With a superb cast of your favourite characters, sing-a-long tunes, stunning dancing, slapstick, silliness and lots of chances to join in, it's going to be the perfect festive entertainment.Producer Oxford Playhouse. Director Peter Duncan. Performer Leonie Spilsbury (Maid Marian). Performer Anna Wheatly (Jill Scarlett). Performer Jos Vantyler (Robin Hood). Performer Daniel Stockton (Dame Tuck).
29 Nov 13 to 12 Jan 14Oxford Playhouse, Oxford :: V803
listing details L02061276123

T905073329

Don't miss the legendary tale of Robin Hood next year at the Octagon Theatre Bolton, a captivating festive treat that will transport you to another world! Hidden in the depths of Sherwood Forest, Robin Hood and his friends live a life of adventure - taking from the rich to give to the poor and outwitting the cruel Sheriff of Nottingham at every turn with their cunning exploits. Together with Maid Marion, Friar Tuck and a whole host of Merry Men, Robin Hood will bring the tales of Sherwood Forest to life - a world of heroic quests, love, gallantry, outlaws, castles and Kings! The Octagon Theatre will be transformed into a festive hideaway, home to merriment, daring deeds and unexpected delights! With original music performed live by talented actor-musicians, a cast of local young performers and a whole heap of fun and adventure, Robin Hood is not to be missed! Suitable for ages 5 and over.Presented byOctagon Theatre Bolton. Author Morgan Lloyd Malcolm. Director Elizabeth Newman. Design Amanda Stoodley. Lighting Ciaran Bagnall. Sound Andy Smith. Director Terry King (fight). Director Lesley Hutchison (movement and assocciate director). Performer Marc Small (Robin Hood). Performer Krupa Pattani (Maid Marian). Performer Christopher Villiers (Sheriff of Nottingham).
15 Nov 13 to 11 Jan 14Octagon Theatre, Bolton :: V480
listing details L0426869904

T01504738939

Author Andrew Pollard. Director Brigid Larmour. Design Cleo Pettitt. Lighting Jenny Cane. Musical Director Andy Ralls.
6 Dec 13 to 28 Dec 13Watford Palace Theatre, Watford :: V55
listing details L01203937772

T0904776948

It's panto time again for PODS as they present the family favourite Robin Hood. Join Robin and his Merry Men as he tries to out-smart the evil Sherriff and win the hand of the fair Maid Marion. With plenty of slapstick, a little bit of romance and (probably!) some men in tights, PODS' latest production has all ingredients for the perfect Christmas pantomime.Company Pershore Operatic & Dramatic Society.
2 Dec 13 to 7 Dec 13Number 8 Community Arts Centre, Pershore :: V1731036448
listing details L870562071

T0565812832

While the whole of Nottingham cowers under the rule of the evil sheriff, one man offers a ray of hope. Hiding out in Sherwood Forest with his merry men, Robin Hood continues to get the better of the sheriff, stealing from him and his cronies and giving the money to the poor. However, when the Sheriff decides to hold an archery contest to bring Robin out into the open, our hero may be about to face his most exciting challenge yet. With the hand of Maid Marian at stake, and a chance to defeat the sheriff once and for all, can Robin really refuse the chance of a lifetime? Packed with high-energy music and dance, razor sharp comedy, a riveting story and, of course, a star turn as Marian's nanny from Andrew Pollard himself, ROBIN HOOD is simply not to be missed.Author Andrew Pollard. Director Andrew Pollard.
22 Nov 12 to 6 Jan 13Greenwich Theatre, Outer London :: V308
listing details L024169861

T01100375971

Based on the much-loved English folk tale, Robin Hood will be an action packed pantomime extravaganza with stunning new costumes, fantastic live music, brand new script and the usual comedy mayhem you would expect from the Queen's Theatre pantomime. Journey with us into the enchanted world of Sherwood Forest with Robin and his motley band of Merry Men as they take on the wicked Sheriff of Nottingham and battle to rescue Maid Marian from his evil clutches... and all without laddering their tights! On target to be Queen's Theatre's best ever Christmas show! Minimum age recommendation 3.Corporate Sponsor St John's Garden Centre & Nurseries. Performer Aston Dobson (Robin Hood).
15 Dec 12 to 5 Jan 13Queen's Theatre, Barnstaple :: V883
listing details L693055308

T887781797

Producer The Riverfront. Director Richard Gauntlett. Performer Lee Mengo (Dame Dotty). Performer Richard Elis (Sheriff of Nottingham). Performer Keiron Self (Much). Performer Elin Llwyd (Maid Marion). Performer Julie Hobbs (Mandragoria). Performer Simon Nehan (Little John). Performer Daniel Llewelyn-Williams (Robin Hood).
4 Dec 12 to 5 Jan 13The Riverfront, Newport :: V088145899
listing details L01570297196

T1351926773

Producer Qdos Entertainment. Performer Billy Pearce. Performer Emma Cannon (Maid Marion). Performer Andrew Ryan (Nurse Nelly). Performer Jay Worthy (Shefiff of Nottingham). Performer Hilary O'Neil (The Sorceress).
17 Dec 11 to 5 Feb 12Alhambra Theatre, Bradford :: V965
listing details L773464132

T2063479219

Producer Tabernacle.
18 Dec 11 to 21 Dec 11The Tabernacle, Inner London :: V243
listing details L481880506

T115985911

Producer Odos Pantomimes. Director Michael Harrison. Performer Clive Webb (Friar Tuck). Performer Danny Adams (Robin Hood). Performer Tupele Dorgu (The Sorceress). Performer Chris Hayward (Nurse Rita). Performer Steve Arnott (The Sheriff). Performer Phil Corbitt (The Henchman).
30 Nov 10 to 15 Jan 11Theatre Royal, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V570
listing details L39863694

T774231286

Charles Court Opera return to The Rosemary Branch Theatre for the fourth year running with their now legendary "boutique" panto. In addition to selecting and arranging the music encompassing everything from cheesy pop to grand opera, this year they have written the script too. This brand new version of Robin Hood promises to live up to the wild and wacky reputation of CCO's previous offerings starring many of their regulars including Rosie Strobel, Simon Masterton Smith, Liz Menezes, Kevin Kyle, Sebastian Valentine, Lydia Jenkins and of course John Savournin as Maid Marian. Musical Direction is provided by Wigmore Hall piano duo, David Eaton and James Young, who also play Little John and Friar Tuck. Don't worry if you don't know the story - no one else will either, what you will get is top quality performers, and a set that thinks it deserves the West End. Suitable for ages from 3 to 93, matinees are definitely children orientated, but evening performances are a bit spicier and there are four Adults Only nights when the double entendres may land dangerously near the bone.Company Charles Court Opera.
10 Dec 10 to 9 Jan 11The Rosemary Branch, Inner London :: V333
listing details L855731945

T547067256

Producer Qdos Entertainment. Performer John Barrowman. Performer Don Maclean. Performer Andy Jones. Performer Pete Gallagher. Performer Malinda Parris. Performer Natalia Pestova. Performer Alexei Kislitsyn.
12 Dec 09 to 24 Jan 10New Theatre, Cardiff :: V823
listing details L2060432563

T841800469

Producer Theatre Royal Norwich. Performer Danny Seward (Robin Hood). Performer Richard Gauntlett (Dame Dotty). Performer David Redgrave (Friar Tuck). Performer Joe Allen (Little John). Performer Tony Slattery. Performer Helen Atkinson Wood. Performer Danielle Kelly. Performer Andre Vincent.
15 Dec 09 to 17 Jan 10Theatre Royal, Norwich :: V72
listing details L368956268

T2035112285

Performer John Barrowman (Robin Hood).
19 Dec 08 to 1 Feb 09Birmingham Hippodrome, Birmingham :: V145
listing details L0902589364

Pantomime Adventures of Robin Hood - T2035059230

Company Kaleidoscope Players.
4 Dec 08 to 7 Dec 08Guildhall Theatre, Derby :: V994
listing details L01449190991

T1727573957

Performer Vicki Michelle. Performer Simon Davies. Performer Emma Gilmour (Maid Marion). Performer Mitch Jenkins (Nurse Nancy).
7 Dec 07 to 6 Jan 08Connaught Theatre, Worthing :: V725
listing details L01176736428

The Spirit of Christmas - T1893915665

8 Dec 06 to 6 Jan 07Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal :: V6
listing details L02137430448

T0424628057

Company Duston Players.
30 Nov 04 to 4 Dec 04General, Northampton :: V585251288
listing details L620728574

T139071153

Company Opera della Luna.
2 Dec 03 to 10 Jan 04Corn Exchange, Newbury :: V732
listing details L02122930320

T1890368695

Company The Wesley Players.
24 Jan 02 to 26 Jan 02General, General :: V1270
listing details L881125198

T1154738942

Company Interplay Theatre Company. Adapted by Jack Hollloway.
10 Dec 01 to 5 Jan 02General, Leeds :: V1058
listing details L1993239057

T2010470329

Author David Baldock. Author Adrian Middleton. Music Adrian Middleton. Director Adrian Middleton.
10 Dec 01 to 29 Dec 01Brentwood Theatre, Brentwood :: V1024
listing details L210796952

T01062703262

Performer Hugh Young. Performer Roger Burfield. Company Daylight Theatre.
21 Dec 00 to 23 Dec 00Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham :: V90
listing details L1443267205

T01416510146

Meet the World's most famous outlaw in green tights, Robin Hood, as he bravely battles the villainous Sheriff of Nottingham, robs from the rich to give to the poor and tries to win the hand of the fair Maid Marian..Packed with archery, mayhem and the merriest men in Olde England, this show cannot fail to amuse and delight. Just follow the arrows. WebsiteCompany Wheelhouse Productions. Author Julian Kaufman.
5 Feb 00 to 26 Mar 00Merton Abbey Mills, Outer London :: V369
listing details L1535923537

T0112679763

Company Didcot Phoenix Drama Group.
27 Jan 00 to 29 Jan 00Didcot Civic Hall, Didcot :: V1102
listing details L02051412260

T01749714882

WebsiteCompany St Nicolas Theatre Group.
26 Nov 99 to 4 Dec 99General, General :: V1398193254
listing details L298431569

T1705280703

Performer John Inman. Performer Linda Lusardi. Performer Sam Kane. Performer The Grumbleweeds. Performer Christopher Farries.
17 Dec 98 to 14 Feb 99Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton :: V161
listing details L1168852236
17 Dec 98 to 14 Feb 99Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton :: V161
listing details L1331704512

T02085172206

Performer Tina Hobley. Performer Paul Ross. Performer Otis.
11 Dec 98 to 3 Jan 99The Hawth, Crawley :: V720
listing details L01550692972

T1884370290

Company Frome Pantomime Company. Director Bob Gooding. Author Bob Gooding. Director Jan Hatton-Brown. Author Jan Hatton-Brown.
11 Dec 98 to 19 Dec 98Merlin Theatre, Frome :: V916
listing details L01953603919

Other listings

4 Apr 24 to 7 Apr 24Cwmaman Theatre (part of the Cwmaman Institute Complex), Aberdare :: V0254327996
listing details L01580208281
3 Apr 24The Winding Wheel, Chesterfield :: V0432696770
listing details L01001662743
26 Dec 23 to 6 Jan 24YMCA Theatre, Scarborough :: V1661820077
listing details L0125285733
6 Jan 23 to 14 Jan 23Shaftesbury Theatre, Dawlish :: V885
listing details L01229791671
23 Dec 22Theatr Colwyn, Colwyn Bay :: V809
listing details L1667227948
16 Dec 22 to 2 Jan 23Cox's Yard, Stratford-Upon-Avon :: V1865405821
listing details L1975892125
15 Dec 22 to 24 Dec 22Bocking Arts Centre, Braintree :: V1257640188
listing details L777820068
19 Dec 21Trestle Arts Base, St Albans :: V0547786001
listing details L1117897503
3 Dec 21Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield :: V972
listing details L0912317523
3 Dec 21 to 2 Jan 22The Playhouse, Harlow :: V40
listing details L01220215770
9 Nov 21 to 13 Nov 21Highbury Little Theatre, Sutton Coldfield :: V158
listing details L668473028
7 Feb 20 to 9 Feb 20Royal Manor Theatre, Portland :: V1399096833
listing details L786548342
17 Jan 20 to 19 Jan 20Winston Churchill Theatre, Ruislip :: V01834193328
listing details L01429468315
11 Jan 20 to 18 Jan 20Daneside Theatre, Congleton :: V469
listing details L01025411307
17 Dec 19 to 22 Dec 19Rudolf Steiner Theatre, Kings Langley :: V01560011018
listing details L730050560
12 Dec 19 to 22 Dec 19Royalty Theatre, Sunderland :: V578
listing details L1639564069
18 Dec 09 to 31 Dec 09West Wing, Slough :: V01067537399
listing details L308560367
13 Jan 01The Wharf, Tavistock :: V01272985309
listing details L761919437
29 Nov 98 to 3 Dec 98Beck Theatre, Outer London :: V296
listing details L2059809899
19 Dec 97 to 11 Jan 98Corn Exchange, Cambridge :: V21
listing details L1989296776
18 Dec 97 to 19 Jan 98The Broadway Theatre, Outer London :: V314
listing details L0729873765
10 Dec 97 to 24 Jan 98Darlington Hippodrome (formerly Civic Theatre), Darlington :: V562
listing details L0858929795
4 Dec 97 to 10 Jan 98Chipping Norton Theatre, Chipping Norton :: V795
listing details L1180848035
5 Jan 97 to 11 Jan 97Castle Theatre, Wellingborough :: V465
listing details L2061769502
19 Dec 96 to 2 Feb 97Grand Theatre, Swansea :: V831
listing details L1324755866
4 Dec 96 to 16 Feb 97Charing Cross Theatre, Inner London :: V241
listing details L2057435544
CORONAVIRUS: All UK venues closed on 16th March 2020, restrictions were lifted on 19th July 2021. Please note that iUKTDb archive listings between March 2020 and July 2021 may not be accurate as we did not receive details of all rescheduled and cancelled shows.

Listings powered by Dynamic Listing Ltd
Mastodon X - Twitter Multidomain certificate installed
© Dynamic Listing Ltd, UK. 1995-2024