Merry men set for panto fun!

Black Country Bugle - - FRONT PAGE - By DAN SHAW

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

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

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