“Let us remember: One book, one pen, one child, and one teacher can change the world.”
Malala Yousafzai (1997-)
With King Richard the Lionheart absent, corruption and injustice are rife in England. The country cries out for a champion – and in the heart of the forest, a legend stirs…
Join Robin and his friends on a daring mission to save Sir Guy of Gisborne’s prisoners from the hangman’s noose.
You might like to know…
- This performance runs for around 50 minutes.
- It can be performed in the open air, as at Ham House & Morden Hall Park, in our own 8m Bell Tent, as at Strawberry Hill House & the Barnes Children’s Literature Festival, or indoors in a large enough space.
- The play includes sword fighting and mild staged violence
- A Tale of Robin Hood: The Rescue would be a particularly suitable choice for weddings, as it features a lovely medieval wedding and reception of its own! It has also proved popular with fans of action, adventure, and English myths and legends!