School production promises laughs and twists

Albany Advertiser

Great Southern Grammar’s junior School Production will be performing Robin and The Sherwood Hoodies this weekend at the Albany Town Hall.

The show, starring Junior School performers from Years Four to Six, is a fun tale of tights, fights and footlights and will be performed on Friday June 9 and Saturday June 10.

The show promises a musical comedy offering a satirical twist on the traditional tale, Robin & the Sherwood

Hoodies journeys into the depths of Sherwood Forest to discover the hilarious truth behind the legend of Robin Hood in this toe-tickling musical comedy lifting the lid on the legend you thought you knew.

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Follow the most outrageous outlaws in history on their side-splitting, action-packed adventure to defeat the dastardly Sheriff, storm Nottingham Castle, rescue Maid Marion and overthrow King John, all without laddering their tights.

This hysterical show is a riotous romp through the medieval mayhem of Merry England, splattered with shocks and surprises, crazy characters and comic capers.

With a score full of catchy, show-stopping songs and a wonderfully witty script as sharp as an arrow, this musical comedy is on target to send you all a-quiver.

The show is set to be a guaranteed sellout, tickets to Robin & the Sherwood Hoodies are available via https://www.trybooking.com/272148.

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