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    Me & Robin Hood

    • 02 Oct -
      05 Oct 2019
      02 Oct - 05 Oct 2019


    Hugh Hughes presents Shôn Dale-Jones in a thoughtful and engaging tale about inequality, myths and taking control of your own story.  ME & ROBIN HOOD follows on from The Duke in a trilogy of shows questioning the value of art and the power of story.

    I love Robin Hood. We’ve been best mates for over forty years – ever since I met him as a seven year old boy in autumn 1975. Recently, we’ve spent a lot more time discussing the state of the world. He is 100% convinced that the main reason for the recent turmoil is down to the growing gap between the rich and poor. Robin says that money is a fiction that relies on mutual trust and that we can change the story of money. This show is his idea. He says it’s the only thing I can do if I want to make the world a better place. And, like Robin says, we can definitely do better than we’re doing at the moment.

    ME & ROBIN HOOD seeks to raise money for Street Child United, a charity using the power of sport to change the way the world negatively sees and treats street-connected children. Donations will be welcome at the end of each performance.

    is proud to support Tobacco Factory Theatres as it stages its May – Dec 19 season

    • RUNNING TIME1hr 10mins
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    Murdo Macleod

    • Array

      “One of the best living storytellers in the world today”

    • Array

      "Clever, thoughtful and angry. At its heart is a very real question about what it is to be a radical in the 21st century"

      The Scotsman
    • “Engaging and mesmerising as ever, we also see a disturbingly different side to our loveable storyteller with an explosive and believable anger-fuelled rant at the outrage of financial inequality".

      British Theatre Guide
    • “gifted storyteller with a palpably important story”

      The Guardian

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