Award-winning outdoor theatre company, Illyria, bring their fabulous production of Howard Pyle’s Robin Hood to Gisborough Priory on August 8th.
With good King Richard away at war, the rich and powerful will lie, cheat, and break every rule to seize power. And they’re ready to play dirty! Luckily, so is the swashbuckling Robin Hood and his team of misfit rebels. Together, they plot to bring down the corrupt Sheriff of Nottingham, the scheming Prince John, and every single greedy villain they meet along the way.
It’s a fast-paced heist for all ages – and Robin Hood never misses a target! This action-packed production delivers huge laughs, daring adventures, and well-deserved revenge! Pack a picnic as Illyria swoops in with another unforgettable season of outdoor theatre.
Gates open at 2:00pm with the performance beginning at 3:00pm.
Performance approximately 1 hour 50 minutes (inc 20 minute interval).
Age recommendation: 5+ (younger children also welcome)
|Ticket Name||Price||Booking Link|
|Child (0-16)||£13.00||Book now|
|Family (2A + 2C/ 1A + 3C)||£55.00||Book now|
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