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    Little Red Robin Hood: A Musical Panto

    People's Light

    39 Conestoga Road, Malvern, PA 19355

    Wednesday November 13th 2019 to Sunday January 5th 2020

    • Sundays

      2pm to 4:30pm

      7pm to 9:30pm

    • Tuesdays

      7pm to 9:30pm

    • Wednesdays

      7pm to 9:30pm

    • Thursdays

      7pm to 9:30pm

    • Fridays

      7pm to 9:30pm

    • Saturdays

      2pm to 4:30pm

      7pm to 9:30pm

    Fairytales collide in our brand new holiday panto — Robin Hood is dead, his merry men are in hiding, and Nottinghamshire is taken over by a greedy villainess. (Gasp!) Can a new hero, or heroine, emerge from Sherwood Forest and save the day? Set in the 1940s with a dash of the medieval, this hilarious, musical mashup is our most inventive panto yet. For tickets and more information, please visit:
    Recommended for all ages.

    November 13, 2019-January 5, 2020
    By Kathryn Petersen
    Music & Lyrics by Michael Ogborn
    Directed by Bill Fennelly

    The Leonard C. Haas Stage at People's Light is located at 39 Conestoga Road, Malvern, PA 19355

    Accessibility Information

    At People’s Light, we aim to make our campus and programming accessible and enjoyable to everyone through a range of accommodations and resources.

    Every venue and facility at People's Light is wheelchair-accessible. Contact the Box Office with questions at 610.644.3500.

    We have a range of devices and support freely available for the use of our patrons, including Audio Devices & T-Coil Loops, Fidgets & noise-canceling headphones, ASL interpreters at some performances, and Audio Descriptions.

    Our relaxed performance for Little Red Robin Hood that also includes an ASL interpretation is on December 21st at 2pm.

    $38 - $58
    Box Office

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