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Kaye Umansky's witty tale of Lincoln Green tights, girl power and boy-band hero, Robin, is sure to delight and entertain audiences and performers alike. Perfect for upper primary school performances, there are plenty of parts, large and small and a full quiver of show-stealing songs by award-winning composer, Stephen Chadwick. The outlaws of Sherwood Forest have raided again and the evil Prince John plots a trap for Robin Hood: he will hold an archery contest and award a golden arrow - and a dungeon - to the winner. Robin's eye-watering speed with his bow and arrow are legend, but as Marion and Mensa, the wise woman, suspect, it's all sleight of hand. Robin's a truly terrible shot! So how can he win the prize, avoid the dungeon and - most importantly - keep his fame intact? The complete performance pack with its photocopiable script, full audio CD support and piano vocal score includes everything you need for rehearsing and presenting the final show. No music reading required. To present a public performance of this musical you will need a performance licence. Simply email email@example.com or phone 01484 668 148 and request a Performance Licence Application Form.
|Publication date:||15th August 2013|
|Publisher:||A & C Black Music an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers|
|Format:||Mixed media product|
Kaye Umansky is the author of a string of bestselling children's novels including the Pongwiffy series. She is a regular contributor to and author of A&C Black's music titles. Stephen Chadwick is a composer, sound engineer and educationalist. He has written frequently for the London Philharmonic Orchestra education programme, BBC Bitesize, Disney, and Channel Four's Gridclub. He is the author of three of A&C Black's Roald Dahl musicals, Singing French and Singing English, and was composer and producer for the Music Express series.More About Kaye Umansky
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