The Kings Langley Players are delighted to present their latest show this month, Robin Hood and the Babes in the Wood.
Director Craig Allen believes that pantomimes are a key part of the festive period and a tradition that should be supported and celebrated.
He told KINGSnews: “This show is really ramping up to be a great family pantomime. We have such a strong talented cast from the local area and each of them has captured the true essence of the piece and is having a great time in the process.
“The show follows the story of Robin Hood and the evil Sheriff of Nottingham, but the supporting cast all share the limelight. We’ve got vanishing cabinets and trick lighting, as well as clever stage effects. Along with such a strong principle line-up, we have 15 local children of all ages bringing their own personality to the piece; their families should be proud with what they’ve achieved.”
Performances will take place at the Kings Langley Community Centre at 7.30pm on December 7 and 8, with three performances on December 9.
To buy tickets, visit klp.org.uk/box-office-2