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Win tickets to watch Robin Hood at Sacrewell Farm

Cambridge Touring Theatre's Robin Hood
Cambridge Touring Theatre's Robin Hood

Boys and girls are invited to join Robin Hood and his Merry Men for a larger-than-life musical adaptation of ‘Robin Hood - The Musical’ at Sacrewell Farm.

Follow Robin on his green-wood adventures in this action packed open-air musical which is coming to Peterborough’s Sacrewell Farm on June 13 at 6pm.

Voted one of the top 10 events to do in the summer by The Guardian, Cambridge Touring Theatre is set to put on a joyful and exciting production for families, that will keep young audience’s fully engaged.

‘Robin Hood - The Musical’ is currently playing some of the country’s most prestigious and picturesque venues up and down the UK, receiving rave reviews from it’s budding Merry Men.

This lively family show will be full of the usual zest and vim, with boys and girls invited to come along dressed in their best Sherwood fashion.

Before some of the performances, Cambridge Touring Theatre is offering a 45 minute drama workshop for children aged five to 10. Families are also invited to enjoy a fun-filled picnic with the family while they watch the hilarious musical show.

To book tickets for the performance which are priced at £8 for adults and £6 for children, please visit the website or telephone the ticket office on 01780 782254.

To be in the chance of winning a family ticket worth £25 for two adults and two children, please answer the following question correctly and send your answer via e-mail to rachel.pishhorn@jpress.co.uk. Entry will close on June 8.

Q. Who is Robin Hood’s arch nemesis?

a) Sheriff of Chelsea

b) Sheriff of Nottingham

c) Sheriff of Arsenal


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