Wilmslow Guild Players

Traditional Family Pantomime


Wednesday 13th December 1995, 7.15pm
Thursday 14th December 1995, 7.15pm
Friday 15th December 1995, 7.45pm
Saturday 16th December 1995, 2.00pm
Saturday 16th December 1995, 7.45pm

Mid Cheshire Theatre Guild Awards 1995-96 Season

Nominated for The James Tait Award
for Best Production with Musical Content

Nominated for The Margaret Thomas
Salver for Best Costume


Once again our writer/director has produced his own tailor-made adaptation of a classic pantomime story. Get ready to boo the villains and cheer the heroes in this no holds barred Christmas extravaganza!

Believing that King Richard has been killed whilst on a Crusade, the Sheriff of Nottingham plots to put the King's brother Prince John on the throne of England. Sir Geoffrey, Richard's trusted aide, is also said to be dead, leaving his children John and Rebecca (the Babes) alone. News arrives, however, that Richard is alive and being held to ransom. The Sheriff and Prince John decide not to pay the ransom and to capture the children as insurance. Yet deep in Sherwood Forest, Robin Hood hears of their evil deeds, and sets out to free the children and arrange for the release of his King...