Fenland-based Anglian Players bring you the 'real' story of Robin Hood in their latest production
The legend of Robin Hood is given a new twist in a re-telling of the popular story by the Anglian Players this weekend.
'Marian, or the True Tale of Robin Hood' is being performed over three nights at Doddington Village Hall on Friday (3), Saturday (4) and sunday (5).
The curtain goes up at 7.30apm on Friday and Saturday and 6pm on Sunday.
Tickets are £10 with concessions £8 and they are available from the Green Welly in Chatteris where the ensemble have been busy rehearsing, what they describe as a show for everyone with lots of laughs, sword fights and a bit of romance.
They can also be purchased from The Pet Shop in March, online or at the door on the day.
Rachel Turner will be playing Marian/Robin; Alanna Dale is played by Lesley Day; Simon Scrivener takes on both the Sheriff of Nottingham and Friar Tuck; James Gordon is Little John; Chris Evans has the fun of playing the baddie Prince John; while Eliza Pinder-Ashenden is Lady Shirley and Eppie Le Roux is Will Scarlett.
Other cast members include: Anna Oldfield, Bev Collins, Emma Cracknell, Maria Hobes and Katie Holland.