Robin Hood

Robin Hood

The wicked Sheriff of Nottingham has seized power all the way from Sherwood Forest to the tiny hamlet of Stanton-on-the Berry! He hates fun, he's allergic to laughter, he’s going to roast the town’s prize pig... and he's fallen in love with Maid Marian. In a desperate bid to save her village and avoid a marriage worse than death, Marian (and her faithful nurse) head into Sherwood Forest to  seek the help of the mysterious Robin Hood and his merry band of outlaws. Their epic arrow-whanging adventures are legendary throughout the land - if anyone can defeat the evil Sheriff it's him!

Singing, dancing, sword fights! A formidable heroine, a powerful hero and a swashbuckling quest for justice! What could possibly go wrong?

Noted theatrical idiots Splendid Productions team up with panto powerhouse Greenwich Theatre and the legendary performers of Stantonbury Campus to present the most swash-buckling pantomime in the land and put an arrow in your bow, a song in your heart and a smile on your face - an unmissable Christmas treat for all the family!

"Greenwich has once again created one of the best pantomimes in the country" British Theatre Guide on Aladdin

Book Tickets

  • Fri 1 December 7.00pm
  • Sat 2 December 2.00pm
  • Sat 2 December 7.00pm
  • Mon 4 December 2.00pm

1st-6th Dec

Tickets £12.50

Concession £10.00

Children £6.25

8th-31st Dec

Tickets £19.50 (Pit £15.00)

Concession £15.00 (Pit £12.50)

Children £9.75 (Pit £7.50)

Family £55 (2 adults/2 children)


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