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est - 1994



Robin Hood & The Golden Arrow of Doom



Robin Hood & The Golden Arrow of Doom




NW England, N Wales & Ireland


He robs the rich to give to the poor. He is the enemy of tyrany and injustice. And, unbeknown to many, he is by far and away the best dancer in the Greenwood.

Join Robin and his band of Merry Men (and some equally merry women) as they fight, sing and frolic for freedom, fairness and an end to the evil rule of the Sheriff of Nottingham.

A searing indictment of class inequalities and the devastating effect of the feudal system in the middle ages. Sort of…

“Robin Hood and the GAOD is one of the daftest productions created by OTG. It is also one of its most entertaining. It all works wonderfully well in this original script actually written for the company by Helen Newell. This is a lively and highly amusing show in which every performer gets to over act madly with a sense of fun that overcomes all objections.”
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“…a vibrant, exciting and hilarious show, enough to put a bit of sunshine into anyone’s summer.”
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