Robin Hood, An Ooh Da Lally Panto!
By the TLS Giggle Guild
Ooh da lally! King Richard the Lionheart has embarked on another Crusade leaving his brother Prince John and his bumbling servant, Sir Hiss, in charge of the Kingdom and his niece, the lovely Maid Marian and her wise-cracking Handmaiden, Lady Cluck.
After ensuring that his brother will never return from the Crusades, Prince John begins taxing the poor folks all across the Kingdom to their last farthing. Those that can’t pay, are imprisoned by the evil Sheriff of Nottingham. Things look as glum as the rain and fog that cloak the land…
Maid Marian and Lady Cluck do all they can for the people, but it seems that their clandestine actions are never enough…
Enter a wily fox named Robin Hood to save the day! From deep within Sherwood Forest, Robin and his sidekicks, Little John, Allandale, Friar Tuck, and his band of Merry… ah… Frogs? Begin their own plan of stealing from the rich and giving to the poor, any way they can.
With Prince John and the Sheriff of Nottingham fast on his heels, can Robin maintain his plan until King Richard returns and sets things right? And exactly who is the mysterious Nightingale?
Join us for a rollicking good time as we give the full Panto treatment to the timeless tale of Robin Hood and Maid Marian, as only the animal kingdom can portray!
Traditional British Pantomime | G
Suitable for all ages!
1 hour 45 mins
December 24 to 30, 2023
Tickets at Kamloops Live Box Office – Starting Sept 1st, 2023
About the Giggle Guild
Let us tickle your funny bone! The Laughing Stock Theatre Society’s in-house writing team, the Giggle Guild, consists of three very funny men, or at least they think so…
The TLS Giggle Guild writers are: Vance Schneider, Bruce Visser, and Tom Fox.
They have penned and adapted nearly all of the company’s Panto’s since their inception in 2011.
They have also stated that they won’t stop writing bad puns, laughing at each other’s jokes, good and bad, and rewatching all the comedy classics from Monty Python to Shrek and beyond, until someone tells them to stop. So far that hasn’t happened.
Cheerio! Off to the Panto you go!
Head Writer and Editor