Can Robin win maiden’s hand?
THE pantomime season is now in full swing and BATS (Biggleswade Amateur Theatre Society s) annual offering is Robin Hood. The show is packed full of laughter, music, dancing, audience participation and, of course, men in tights. The performance follows t
THE pantomime season is now in full swing and BATS' (Biggleswade Amateur Theatre Society's) annual offering is Robin Hood.
The show is packed full of laughter, music, dancing, audience participation and, of course, men in tights.
The performance follows the adventures of Robin Hood and his trusty companion Will Scarlet as they arrive heroically in Sherwood Forest only to be met by the slightly prickly Maid Marion.
Robin falls for her instantly, but alas his love is unrequited as she sees him as a posing conman after a free meal.
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Robin must also contend with the evil Sheriff of Nottingham and his cronies.
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Performances are in the main hall of Stratton Upper School, Eagle Farm Road, Biggleswade, on Friday and Saturday, January 19 and 20, at 7.45pm.
There is also a matinee performance at 2.30pm on January 20.
Snacks and a licensed bar will be available.
For tickets, at £7 for adults and £5 for children/concessions, call Melissa on 01767 682438 or visit Thomas Morris Estate Agents, of Market Square, Biggleswade.
For further information, visit www.bats.uk.net