9th-12th: Octopus presents 'Robin Hood'
Christ the King Church Hall, Thornbury
Wednesday 9th – Friday 11th January at 7.30pm and Saturday 12th January at 11am and 2.30pm
Robin Hood will come riding through the glen and onto the Octopus stage in January.
Along with his merry men and, of course, Friar Tuck (who has gone vegetarian with alarming consequences), he will continue his crusade to dethrone the wimpy Prince John and win the hand of the fair Maid Marion. Of course the wicked Sherriff of Nottingham will be there to thwart him, but who will prevail?
With his gang of supporters, including merry maids, Nursey , the poor villagers and a gang of very knowledgeable forest children, how can he fail to win the day? There is only one question remaining: ‘Who is Gertie Applegirdle and what part does she have to play in this entertaining and lively plot?’
Written for Octopus by Peta Maurice, and directed by Adrian Dennis, this hilarious romp through Sherwood Forest is a real post-Christmas treat for all the family.
Tickets £7 for adults over 18 and £5 for concessions and children, available from Chappell and Matthews, Thornbury High St or call Karen on 01454 413783.