Robin Hood and The Merry Men
Cliffs Pavilion, Southend-on-Sea
Fri 13 December 2019 - Sat 4 January 2020
Following their record-breaking Cliffs Pavilion pantomime debut in Aladdin last year, Ashley Banjo and Diversity are back to star in this year’ must-see show, Robin Hood and the Merry Men, and are joined by renowned musician, actor and comedian Kev Orkian.
Enjoy the gravity-defying, dizzying dance routines of Britain's foremost street dance troupe as they lead the Sheriff of Nottingham a merry dance through Sherwood Forest, robbing from the rich to give to the poor.
With gravity-defying dance, jaw-dropping special effects, barrel-loads of laughter, a forest full of magic and plenty of festive fun for all the family, be sure to aim straight for the target and book your tickets today!
May contain strobe lighting effects. Early booking is advised.
Schools and similar groups may be interested in our specially created Education Pack
A special family-friendly menu is available before the pantomime in the Pavilion Restaurant, where kids eat free. Find out more
|Blue Performances||£40.00, £37.00, £23.50 Super Seats £45.50||No Concessions|
|Red Performances||£38.50, £36.00, £26.00, £16.00 Super Seats £43.50||£3.00 off (exc Super Seats)|
Prices shown are inclusive of any applicable booking fees. Groups of 10+ please call 01702 351135 to buy fee-free
Concessions: Over 60, under 16, unemployed, full-time students, L.I. Adv holders.
2 full price and 2 concessions - Save: £16.00 on red performances!
|All Red Performances||£130.00, £122.00|
Group Discounts available on Red Performances
|Groups 10-19||£4.00 off per ticket|
|Groups 20+||£5.50 off per ticket|
Groups of 10+ please call 01702 351135 to buy fee-free.
11.00am Tue 31 Dec
Tickets: £18.50This relaxed performance is suitable for customers with learning difficulties, autistic spectrum disorder or anyone who may benefit from a more flexible theatre experience, and their carers. Everyone is welcome but there is a relaxed attitude to noise and movement and elements of the show will be adapted, dampening the sensory overload without compromising quality.