Robin Hood and the Bakes in the Wood at Clavering Village Hall

PUBLISHED: 11:43 01 December 2017 | UPDATED: 11:43 01 December 2017

Dame Nurse Scratchit in Robin Hood in Clavering

Dame Nurse Scratchit in Robin Hood in Clavering

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Robin Hood and the Babes in the Wood is this year’s pantomime by the Clavering Players.

Last year, they were nominated by NODA (National Operatic and Dramatic Association) as having one of the best pantomimes in the Eastern Region, after their production of Jack and the Beanstalk.

Robin will be the players 10th panto directed by Jennifer Scott-Reid. Will the baddies, the Sheriff (Mark Dymond) and Sir Guy of Gisborne (Simon Bates) have their evil way?

Or will Robin (Charlotte Foster) and his Merry Men find the Babes (Petra Joseph and Amelie Windsor), rescue Maid Marion (Rachel Rhodes) and will Nanny Nurse Scratchit (Dean Kiely) and be back in time for the finale all without laddering their tights?

Suitable for outlaws of all ages, with song and dance and traditional family fun including comedy duo Neville and Sydney (Teresa Hennessy and Sue Grant). At Clavering Village Hall, December 8-10. 7pm, Friday, 1.30pm and 5pm Saturday, 2pm Sunday. Tickets adults £8, concessions £6 from Clavering Post Office or Saffron Walden Tourist Information 01799 524002 or eventbrite Robin Hood and the Babes in the Wood.

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