Robin Hood Rescues the Forest
Suitable for ages 5 to 12 years
In his bid to finally rid Sherwood Forest of outlaws the evil Prince John has decided to burn it down.
However, our eponymous hero has other ideas! With much cunning and more than a little help from the peasants, and even time for a spot of Morris dancing, Robin outwits his Highness.
This is a very interactive production filled with music and humour that combines “myths and legends” with an important study of ecology and the environment.
"Thank you for the performance on Friday. I was disappointed to not be there and even more so this morning when my staff said how fabulous it was! Thank you very much. I'm sure we will be in touch in the future."
Helen, Ashwood Park Primary School, Wordsley
"The kids (and adults) loved both performances. We will definitely be booking you in again for next year. Your actresses were so lovely and sweet. Very talented too! The children have been making cards to say thank, so I will post them this week. Thanks for all your time."
Arabella Ansar-Carver. Head of Drama, Claremont School
"Thanks for your e-mail Yes the performance was well received – please pass on our thanks to the performers for another great show. Also, thank you for the feedback concerning Henry VIII. When we are programming the autumn season, we will certainly bear this production in mind."
Lynne Buckley, Programming Manager, Blackheath Halls, London
"Really enjoyed the show. Thank you"
Caroline Elworthy, Edgeborough School
Thank you so much for delivering your two pantomimes to our school today. Both the children and staff enjoyed them very much and have asked that I book you again for next year! I have attached your booking form in the hope that you can return again on Monday 18th December 2017 in the same format as today – 9.00 am for our younger children and 10.30 am for the older ones.I look forward to hearing from you and Merry Christmas! Mrs Amanda Burrells, PA to Headteacher, Lawford Mead Primary School, Chelmsford
Firstly, I would like to apologise that it has taken me so long to get around to sending this email. I just wanted to say thank you so much for inviting me to see your company perform. I really enjoyed the experience and it was fantastic to see how a company works in real life: it's all very well reading about it, but it's nice to see it in action. The same goes for watching children's responses. I gained a lot from watching you work, and I hope one day to work in a similar environment. Thank you for sharing with me an insight into the running and day-to-day functioning of a company. I was very warmly welcomed, but it seemed like a perfect representation of your work. Good luck with everything you do in the future, I hope you continue to be a successful, long running company, that inspires children every day! Kind Regards, Chloe, Year 12 Drama Student