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Robin Hood takes to the stage at Creakes




The swashbuckling heroes of Sherwood Forest are coming to North Creake today as the Creakes Drama Group’s annual pantomime, Robin Hood, takes to the stage in the village hall this weekend and next.

The cast have donned their Lincoln green, tensioned their bows and sharpened their arrows knowing they will have to go all out to equal the quality of their last two productions, both of which have been short-listed for Eastern Region’s National Operative and Dramatic Association’s annual awards.

This year’s pantomime is a version of Robin Hood, specially written by Rob Fearn and Leo Appleton for the small stage and has a cast of 20, plus a similar number backstage.


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