OXFORDPROSPECT – REVIEW Robin Hood at the Oxford Playhouse

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Peter Duncan, the Oxford Playhouse director, has directed the last six pantos here. He’s also an actor and documentary-maker, and of course famously was a Blue Peter presenter and the Chief Scout of GB. He has specified a very elaborate set. The musicians’ have been moved so that the orchestra pit could become a pool and the front stage a forest. http://www.oxfordprospect.co.uk/REVIEW-Robin-Hood-at-the-Oxford-Playhouse.html

Nicholas Newman‘s insight:

Like all pantos, Robin Hood is family entertainment and has appeal for all ages. Unusually the music and dancing are of a quality that makes this show much more entertaining for adults than the typical panto.

See on www.oxfordprospect.co.uk


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