Join the Attic Theatre and Tread the Boards Theatre Company on Sunday 30th May 2021 at Aston Hall for their outdoor production of 'Robin Hood'.

The Sheriff of Nottingham under the direction of Prince John has upped the taxes for the poor people of Nottingham. They people need a hero someone who can fight back against the evil Sheriff. Luckily for them Robin Hood and his band of outlaws intend to do just that - robbing from the rich and giving to the poor and fighting for good, for justice and for love.

Join us for this legendary tale full of fun, laughter, bows and arrows sword fights and silliness to delight the whole family.

The production will be a socially distanced production for both cast and audience.

Bookings to be made in household groups who will be grouped together in a 4 metre square picnic spot, 2 metres away from the next group to help ensure social distancing. Minimum booking of 2 people, maximum booking of 6 people per picnic spot.

All bookings to be made in advance, please pre-book your preferred performance time of 2.15pm or 5.30pm.

  • For the 2.15pm performance please arrive between 1.15pm and 2pm.
  • For the 5.30pm performance please arrive between 4.30pm and 5.15pm.

Performances will go ahead whatever the weather, so please wear appropriate clothing. Feel free to bring blankets and chairs to sit on, but please be considerate of the people around you so that everyone is able to see and enjoy the performance. No gazebos or large structures that would obscure the view of the production. 

There will be a 30 minute interval and the café will be open throughout the performance selling delicious snacks and treats. The Hall and Gift Shop will be closed.

Tickets £15.00 Adults, £10.00 children.

Birmingham Museums Trust is a registered charity and money raised through events like this help us care for beautiful buildings like Aston Hall. We thank you for your support.