Merry men set for panto fun!
IT’S panto time at Oldbury Rep and this sea- son they are heading for Sherwood Forest with the traditional and very popular story of Robin Hood.
Robin Hood and his Merry Men fight for the rights of the down trodden villagers against the evil, scheming Sheriff of Nottingham and his bungling henchman, Bullseye. Will Robin Hood and his men save the day and will Robin save Maid Marian from the Sheriff’s clutches and find true love?
All will be revealed in the traditional fun-filled family panto at Oldbury Rep. But be prepared for a few surprises along the way!
The production runs from Friday, 11th January, until Saturday, 19th January, with matinees on 12th, 13th and 19th. Note that there is no performance on Wednesday 16th and the show is not recommended for children under 3 years of age.
Evening performances start at 7.30pm and matinees at 2.30pm.
Tickets can be obtained by phone or in person from the box office on Monday evenings from 7.30pm, and on the Thursday prior to opening night from 7.30pm, and at every performance.
Tickets are priced at £11 with the usual concessions and party bookings at £10.
The box office can be contacted on 0121 552 2761 and you can now book online at www.old buryrep.org
Matthew Beard (front) as Sheriff of Nottingham, with Georgina Smith as Maid Marian, Ian Thompson as Nurse Nora and Naomi-leeanne Millard as Robin Hood in Oldbury Rep’s pantomime