Howling gales, torrential rain – isn’t there a glimmer of sunshine around? Oh yes there is! Garstang Theatre Group are gearing up present their annual pantomime ‘Robin Hood and the Babes in the Wood”
The four-night production is a new one for this band of merry men but as always promises to be crammed full with laughter, singing and dancing.
The Baron of Barnacre is away fighting the crusades and leaves his two children in the care of their uncle, the evil Sheriff of Nottingham. The Baron has sent ample funds for their keep which the sheriff can’t wait to get his hands on and orders his henchman to dispose of them in the forest.
Will this order be carried out or will the famous occupants of Sherwood Forest, Robin Hood and his Merry Men come to their aid. Join the adventure of the children and Robin Hood as they try to thwart the Sheriff’s wicked plan.
This colourful tale is directed by Steve Dobson with choreography by Christine Bell and musical direction of Lucy Leather.
The group take to the stage at Garstang Community Academy on December 8 to 12, 7.30pm
Tickets priced £9 for adults and £7 for under 16years, available from Market Place News, Mace Store Croston Road or phone (01996) 603551