Get ready to “Boo” the Sheriff, cheer the Merry outlaws and #revoltwithrobin! The ever popular Oddsocks Productions are back on the road this winter with their inimitable trademark humour, live music and audience interaction in Andy Barrow’s exciting new telling of the legend of Robin Hood: “Robin Hood and The Revolting Peasants”. Oddsocks are delighted to announce that a cast of firm favourites alongside some fresh and friendly faces, will be appearing around the UK and Channel Islands from 6th December – 19th February 2019! It’s a welcome back to Oddsocks regular Dom Gee-Burch, who has appeared in “The Wind in The Willows”, “The Legend of King Arthur” and “Treasure Island” and many more is returning to play the heroic and honourable Robin Hood this season. Ben Locke is back for his second tour after appearing in Macbeth (2016). The Birmingham-based actor is set to play five characters in this fresh, Oddsocks take on the legend, including the ecowarrior and squirrel-saviour that is Little John and Pamela, a prudish peasant who is an avid follower of fabricated media headlines. New to team Oddsocks are London-based actresses Joanna Brown and Ellen Chivers: Joanna will play the role of the caring crusader Marion, who aspires to bring a new perspective to the lives of the pessimistic peasants whilst Ellen will be making her debut as the feisty forager Scarlet and surprisingly pleasant peasant, Patricia. Completing the cast, Oddsocks Co-Founder and Artistic Director Andy Barrow is back on the road as the gluttonous and guileful Sheriff on a mission to squeeze the purses of the peasants, avoid his responsibilities and make friends with despicable despots. Robin Hood and The Revolting Peasants plays at The Bridge House Theatre on Sunday 9th December at 7:30pm. Tickets from: www.bridgehousetheatre.co.uk or call: 01926776438 (Mon-Fri 1pm-5:30pm).