• Robin Hood And The Witches Of Sherwood

Synopsis:
The whole of Nottingham is being terrorised by the nasty Sheriff of Nottingham, under orders from the even nastier Prince John. Who also seeks to wrest the throne of England from his brother, good King Richard. Robin Hood has been forced to become a fugitive in Sherwood Forest, along with a band of disparate outlaws known as the Merry Men. The Sheriff also has his beady eye on the beautiful Lady Marion and sends his reluctant lackey, Chester to woo her for him. But Marion meets Robin and they immediately fall in love. The Sheriff has also hired two idiot villains Dipsy and Nutsy, to capture Marion and plans to use a love-potion provided by the Witches of Sherwood in order to force Marion to marry him. But Robin and his men assisted by Nurse Bedpan, a would-be perfume tycoon, along with her skittish horse Neddy and Marion’s brave lady-in-waiting Molly, set off to rescue her. Laughs galore are guaranteed, with scenes such as the schoolroom set in Sherwood Forest and a slapstick scene featuring a fast-food serving machine.

Roles:
17 principals (includes 4 smaller roles for Merry Men) plus a cameo role for King Richard and several speaking lines for chorus.

Runtime:
All of our scripts have a runtime of approx 120 minutes, assuming that you use the full number of suggested musical numbers and not including any interval. But this is very dependent on your own production and can be edited by yourselves to suit.

Music:
All of our pantomimes come with a full, suggested songs and music cues and SFX list.

Style:
Traditional British pantomime, incorporating visual comedy, slapstick and audience participation.




 

Characters
Robin Hood
Sheriff Of Nottingham
Maid Marion
Nurse Bedpan
Chester
Molly
Prince John
Dipsy
Nutsy
Little John
Alan-a-dale
Will Scarlett
Friar Tuck
Sergeant Major
Acne
Psoriasis
Pimple

Chorus/Minor Roles
Soldiers
Villagers, Dancers, Guards, etc
King Richard


Scene One

Sherwood Village


Villagers are discovered onstage. Music cue 2: Villagers. After song ends…

Chester runs on (SR)

Chester
(to Villagers) Come on you lot, clear off before Prince John arrives. You know he hates seeing the place being cluttered up with poor people.

Villager 1
If he didn’t keep taxing us so much, we wouldn’t be poor.

Villager 2
I dread to think what would happen if he ever became King. 

Villager 3
And the Sheriff’s just as bad.

Chester
The Sheriff only carries out Prince John’s orders. Deep down, he’s a kind and loving person.

Villager 4
The only thing the Sheriff loves, is himself.

Chester
That’s not true. He loves lots of things, like…

Villager 5
…Jailing people.

Villager 1
Torturing them.

Villager 2
Stealing their money.

Villager 3
Burning down their homes.

Villager 4
Don’t worry, someday he’ll get what he deserves.

Villager 5
(up close to Chester) And it won’t be what he expects.

Chester
Oh, goody! The Sheriff loves surprises.

Villager 1
(to other Villagers) Let’s go, everyone.

Villagers exit (SR)

Chester
(to audience) Hiya folks! I’m Chester, the Sheriff's lackey. (looks around apprehensively and speaks lower) I hate working for him really, but I daren’t let on in public or I might end up...(draws finger across neck)...keeeek! He became 
my boss when the Job Centre sent me on a job-placement, on a zero hours’ contract. I thought that meant I didn’t have to turn up for work. But apparently, it doesn’t work like that. I once tried quitting, but he said if I did he’d see to it that I never worked again. I said ‘that’s ok, I’m used to not working’. But then he explained that I wouldn’t be breathing either. Working for him is really getting me down, and I constantly need cheering up. You know what’s coming next, don’t you? That’s right. Every time I come on I’ll shout ‘wotcha kids’! And you all shout back ‘wotcha Chester’! Okay? (audience respond) Let’s have a practice then. (exits and re-enters) Wotcha kids! (audience respond - repeat until happy) Fantastic!

Music cue 3: Lights dim briefly as the Sheriff enters (USL)

Sheriff  
(bellows) Chester!

Chester
(startled) Sheriff!

Sheriff  
Who were you talking too just now?

Chester
The audience, sire. I was just telling them what a wonderful person you are.

Sheriff
(peering at audience) Did you all pay to get in? (audience respond) Well you’ll have to pay double to get out. (to Chester) Have you composed my love poem for Lady Marion yet?

Chester
I'm still working on it.

Sheriff
Well hurry up about it! And don't forget to mention my huge…attributes.

Chester
But Sheriff, she’s just an innocent young girl.

Sheriff
Yes, but not for long, eh? (obvious winking and nudging to Chester)

Chester
Is there something in your eye, Sheriff?

Sheriff
(snaps) No, there isn’t! You must mention that I look like a famous film star.

Chester
(aside to audience) Frankenstein.

Sheriff
With the grace of a dancer. (dances woodenly)

Chester
(aside to audience) Jelly on legs.

Sheriff
And the strength of a huge stag.

Chester
(aside to audience) Strength of a used tea-bag.

Sheriff
Lady Marion's loaded. And one we're wed, I'll get my hands on her assets.

Chester
I think that goes without saying. (nudging him and winking) Eh, Sheriff?

Sheriff
I meant, her money!

Chester
And no one deserves it more than you, Sheriff.

Sheriff  
True. Though rather grovelling of you to say so.

Chester
But I thought you liked people grovelling.

Sheriff
Yes, but don’t overdo it. The poem must convince Lady Marion of my undying lust…I mean ‘love’.

Chester
Understood, Sheriff.

Sheriff
My guards will be arriving later, to collect taxes from those lazy good-for-nothing peasants. They're on the ‘pay as you burn’ scheme.

Chester  
Don't you mean, ‘pay as you earn’?

Sheriff
No, ‘pay as you burn’. If they don't pay up, I burn down their homes. (laughs) Ha-ha-ha!

Chester
(joining in the laugh) Ha-ha-ha!

Sheriff  
(brings laughing to abrupt halt) Enough! I do the evil laughs around here! Now go and woo Marion for me.

Chester
Consider her well and truly wooed, sire. (exits USR)

Sheriff
(to audience) And if that doesn’t work, I may be forced to use…(darkly)…the forces of darkness. (echo reverb on the word darkness) Ha-ha-ha! You can't beat good old-fashioned evil. (exits USL laughing)

Marion and Molly enter (DSL) Marion looks sad.

Molly
What's wrong Lady Marion? It’s not like you to be so glum.

Marion
I’ve heard the Sheriff fancies me. And with my guardian King Richard, away abroad. I don’t have anybody to protect me from his unwelcome advances.

Molly
I’ll protect you, m’lady. (raises her sword)

Marion
Thanks Molly. But not even someone with your sword skills, can take on the Sheriff and his guards. If only my mother were still around. I really miss her you know.

Molly
(elicits audience sympathy) Aaahh!

Marion
The way she used to cuddle me tight…(cuddles herself)…and whisper sweet words to me. (sighs) I can almost hear her now. 

Nursie
(off) Get a move on you, lazy pile of old bones!

Molly
That sounds nothing like your mum.

Nursie enters backwards (SR) pulling on a rope.

Nursie
(straining on rope) Shift yourself! (to audience) I haven't strained this much, since the morning after entering a boiled-egg eating competition. (to wing) Right Neddy, this is your last chance. Heave! (pulls, rope breaks and she falls down) 

Marion
(helping Nursie to her feet) Are you all right? 

Nursie
Yes, but I think my stethoscope’s bent. (takes out a bent stethoscope)

Molly
What’s your name?

Nursie
I’m Nurse Bedpan. Who are you?

Molly
I’m Molly and this is Lady Marion.

Nursie
(all posh) Ooooh! A lady! (curtsying to Marion) One is pleased to meet one.

Marion
How do you do Nurse Bedpan?

Nursie
Call me ‘Nursie’. Everybody does. Apart from certain gentlemen friends that is.

Molly
What do they call you?

Nursie
‘After eight’. But that’s another story. Anyway, first things first. (to audience) Hello boys and girls! (audience respond) Just shout ‘hello Nursie whenever I say ‘hello boys and girls’ and we’ll get along just fine. (to Marion) Do carry on.

Marion
What brings you to Nottingham, Nursie?

Nursie
I’m desperate to get into a new position. (to audience) Oh, stop it! I mean a job.

Marion
There's a teaching vacancy at...(local school)

Nursie
No thanks. Who'd be a teacher these days?

Marion
It pays well.

Nursie
I’ll take it! 

Molly
(to Nursie) Perhaps you could also help me, chaperone Lady Marion. She’s an orphan and the Sheriff’s trying to get his hands on her dowry.

Nursie
I’ve not heard it called that before. (to Marion) Don’t you have anybody else to chaperone you, dear?

Marion
No. My legal guardian is abroad, fighting.

Nursie
England football supporter, is he?

Marion
No, he’s King Richard.

Molly
And I can’t be everywhere.

Nursie
(to Marion) Oh, you poor thing! Come to Nursie. (grabs her and presses her face into her bosom - Marion struggles to breathe - to Molly) Is she really in danger from the lecherous Sheriff?

Molly
At this precise moment, she's in more danger of being suffocated.

Nursie
(releasing Marion) Don’t worry dear, I’ll look after you. I know what it’s like being pursued by men. Although I’m having a few problems with my transport.

Molly
Have you lost your pensioner’s bus pass? 

Nursie
(snaps) I meant my horse, ‘Neddy! He won't come on because he’s nervous. He used to work on Blackpool beach, and only feels happy when he hears anybody sing…(sings)…#oh I do like to be beside the seaside# 

Marion
Maybe if we all sing it together, it might persuade him to come on. 

Nursie
It’s worth a try. (to audience) Now make sure you all join in. (all sing - Neddy fails to appear) It obviously wasn’t loud enough, let's try again. (repeat business)

During the singing Neddy enters, carrying two large saddlebags on his back.

Nursie
(to Neddy) There you are at last, Neddy!

Molly
What big bags you’ve got, Nursie!

Nursie
Yes, well I didn’t sleep much last night. 

Molly
I meant your saddlebags.

Nursie
Oh, those! They’re full of my beauty products.

Marion
Are you an Avon rep?

Nursie
No, but I’ll probably end up bigger than them. You see I’ve invented this new  perfume, which makes you irresistible to men. Not that I need it myself, mind.

Music cue 4: Prince John staggers on (SR) dressed in gaudy underwear.

Prince. J
(in distress) Help! Help! (spots Nursie) Are you a nurse?

Nursie
(sarcastic) No, I'm a spot-welder.

Prince. J
I'm in desperate need.

Nursie
(knowingly) Desperate men are my speciality. 

Prince. J
I feel faint!

Nursie
(preening) I do tend to have that effect on men. 

Prince. J
Ooohh! (wavers and falls to the floor)

Molly
(to Nursie) Have you any smelling salts, Nursie?

Nursie
No. (produces a perfume bottle) Try this instead. 

Molly holds the perfume bottle under Prince John's nose.

Prince. J
(he splutters and immediately jumps to his feet) Phwoar! What’s in that bottle?

Nursie
It’s my latest perfume creation. I call it ‘Twice Nightly’.

Prince. J
(wafting the air) Wearing that, you'll be lucky if it’s once yearly.

Marion
(to Prince. J) Who are you?

Prince. J
I’m Prince John!

Marion
Prince John? I didn’t recognise you without your royal clothes on.

Molly
I’d be shocked if you did, Lady Marion.

Prince. J
Lady Marion! (looking pointedly at Nursie) Still mixing with commoners I see.

Nursie
I might be common, but at least I don’t go around wearing my underwear in public.

Prince. J
I wasn’t by choice! I was on my way to Nottingham Castle, when Robin Hood and his gang of outlaws ambushed my royal entourage, in Sherwood Forest.

Nursie
And where is your entourage now?

Prince. J
The cowards fled, and the outlaws stole all my gold and jewels. They even took my royal clothes and said they were going to give them to nasty, smelly peasants! (pointing at audience) People just like them down there. Then they left me all alone in the dark, spooky forest.

Molly
Don’t tell me you’re scared of the dark.

Prince. J
Of course, not! But…(looking around apprehensively)…I've heard there are witches in Sherwood Forest.

Nursie
There’s no such things as Witches. (to audience) Is there boys and girls? (loud witch cackles offstage) Although I could be wrong.

More cackles offstage.

Prince. J
(yells) Witches! Help! Mummy! (runs off SL)

Nursie
What a princely scaredy-cat! (laughs) 

Molly
And that wimp hopes to replace Richard as King of England?

Marion
The sooner King Richard returns and puts him in his place, the better.

Nursie
I second that. Now if you’ll point me in the direction of the school, I’ll be on my way.

Marion
(pointing SR) It’s that way, Nursie. You can’t miss it.

Molly
Unlike most of the pupils.

Nursie
Thank you. (to Neddy) Come along Neddy. (exits SR with Neddy)

Marion
Come on Molly. I’ll contact King Richard on Skype and tell him what’s going on, and maybe he’ll return home early.

Molly
He will, if he wants to remain King.

They exit (SL)

Music cue 5: Robin and Merry Men enter (SR) laughing. Robin carries a small chest of gold. Little John carries a small wine barrel and the others carry rich-looking clothes. 

Robin
We’ve really hit the jackpot this time, men.

Alan-a-dale
It was very satisfying to steal from Prince John himself.

Robin
Indeed it was. Now let's go and distribute this lot to the poor.

Friar Tuck
Even the wine, Robin? 

Robin
Yes, Tuck.

Little John
(stroking the barrel) Goodbye old friend.

Will Scarlett
Maybe they’ll invite us to join them for a celebration drink, Little John.

Little John
Now you’re talking. 

Friar Tuck
I hope it’s a wine that travels well.

Alan-a-dale
It only has to travel from here...(indicates mouth)...to here...(indicates stomach)

All laugh.

Robin
Let's go, men.

All exit (SL)

Blackout - cloth/tabs in - lights up.


Scene Two

A Forest Path


Music cue 6: Psoriasis enters (SL) followed by Acne.

Psoriasis
It’s good to be back home in Sherwood Forest, sisters. 

Acne
You mean ‘sister’. 

Psoriasis
What? (turns) Where’s Pimple, Acne?

Acne
I haven't seen her all day, Psoriasis.

Psoriasis
The dippy girl’s probably daydreaming again. We’d better call her.

Psor & Acne   
(calling) Pimple! Pimple!

Pimple runs on (SR) head down and face obscured by a floppy witch’s hat. She crashes into Psoriasis, who crashes into Acne and both fall to the floor.

Pimple
Here I am! (raises her hat and spots them lying on the floor) Why are you both lying on the damp floor? You'll catch your death.

Psor & Acne   
(fuming) Help us up, girl!

Pimple
(helping them up) The problem is, that unlike me. You're both overweight and over the hill.  I could teach you a Zumba routine, that'll soon get you fit again.

Acne
(snaps) How about I Zumba my foot up your cheeky backside?

Psoriasis
Let's just focus on the matter in hand shall we.

Pimple
Which is what, exactly?

Acne
The Sheriff's coming to see us about a magic potion.

Pimple
What makes you think he’s after a magic potion?

Psoriasis
Because that's what people usually come to see us witches about.

Pimple
He might just want us to tell him this week’s winning lottery numbers.

Acne
We're witches, Pimple. Not psychics.

Pimple
(cups an ear) Hark! Something wicked…(turns and points SR)…this way comes.

Music cue 7: Sheriff enters (SL)

Pimple
(turns other way) Or possibly, this way comes.

Witches
Greetings Sheriff!

Sheriff
Greetings old hags.

Pimple
(indicating other Witches) Well these two might be.

Psoriasis
(snaps) Quiet Pimple! 

Acne
(to Sheriff) How can we help you, Sheriff?

Sheriff
I seek a love potion.

Psoriasis
(to Pimple) Told you so?

Pimple
(to Sheriff) What do you want a love-potion for?

Sheriff
What do you think? To make someone fall madly in love with me.

Acne
(to Sheriff) And who may I ask, is the lucky girl?

Pimple
Who says it's a girl?

Sheriff
(snaps) I do! If you must know, it’s the beautiful Lady Marion.

Psoriasis
(to Sheriff) I’m afraid that might prove a bit tricky, Sheriff.

Pimple
Yeah. We do spells mate, not miracles.

Acne
Quiet, Pimple!

Psoriasis
(to Sheriff) And what if we refuse?

Sheriff  
(darkly) It’s been a while since I had witches burned at the stake.

Pimple  
(to other Witches) I believe he's threatening us.

Sheriff
(to other Witches) Catches on quick, doesn't she?

Acne
Don’t worry, Sheriff. You shall have your love-potion.

Sheriff  
I’d better. Otherwise things could get very hot for all of you. (exits SL laughing)

Pimple
I don’t think I like him.

Psoriasis
Nobody likes the Sheriff.

Pimple
Then why are we helping him?

Acne
Maybe it's because he could have us all burned at the stake?

Pimple
Good point.

Psoriasis
Let’s go sisters. We have lots of witchy ingredients to find.

Pimple
Shall we go deep into the forest to find them?

Psoriasis
We could. But I prefer Asda.

All exit (SR)

Chester enters (SL) carrying a small book and a pencil.

Chester
(to audience) Wotcha kids! (audience respond) I’m composing a love poem to Lady Marion from the Sheriff. How does this sound?
‘Violets are blue, roses are red,
Marry me, or I’ll make you dead’.
Perhaps not. (scrubs it out)
‘Lady Marion I yearn for thee,
Come sit upon my bony knee’. 
Not romantic enough. (to audience) This love poem business isn’t as easy, is it looks. I think I'll ask my mate Bill Wordsworth for help. Bye! (exits SR)

Blackout - cloth/tabs out - lights up.


Scene Three

Sherwood Village


Villagers are discovered onstage. Music cue 8: Villagers. After song ends…

Prince John runs on, still dressed in his underwear.

Villager 1
(pointing at Prince. J) Ey-up, it’s the Sherwood flasher!

Villagers laugh and point.

Prince. J
How dare you! I am Prince John, your King-in-waiting!

Villager 2
Of course you are, dear. (circles finger next to head to denote madness)

Prince. J
How dare you mock the royal personage!

Villager 3
Give over. You’re no more royal than we are.

Prince. J
I am so, a royal!

Villager 4
(pointing at his attire) That doesn’t look like royal underwear to me. 

Villager 5
It looks more like beachwear!

Villagers laugh.

Prince. J
What do peasants know about royal underwear?

Villager 1
Enough to know that it always bears the royal crest.

Prince. J
You mean, like this one? (turns and shows a big royal crest on his behind)

Villager 2
(terrified) He is Prince John!

Prince. J
Yes! And once I’m King, you’ll all pay for mocking me! (exits SR)

Villager 3
If he ever becomes King, we’re done for!

Villager 4
Let’s hope King Richard returns home before that happens. 

Villager 5
Well I’m not taking any chances. I’m off to the passport office, in case I need to emigrate in a hurry. (exits USL)

Villager 1
(to other Villagers) Maybe we should all follow suit. Come on!

Villagers exit (USL)

Nursie enters (SR)

Nursie
(to audience) Hello boys and girls! (audience respond) I didn’t reach school, because Neddy’s managed to wander off again and get lost. You haven’t seen him, have you? (audience respond) Will you tell me if you spot him? (audience respond) You are kind. (Neddy enters and an ‘it’s behind you’ scene ensues, which ends with Neddy knocking Nursie flying and then running off stage. Nursie gets to her feet) What hit me? (audience respond) Ooh, just wait ‘til I find him.

Chester wanders on (SL) musing on a love poem.

Chester
I wondered lonely as a cow,
Marry me, right here and now.

Nursie
(thinking he’s proposing to her) Oh, I say! How romantic!

Chester
(turns and sees Nursie and is startled by her looks) Aaahh!

Nursie
Don't be alarmed. You're not the first man to be shocked, by my stunning good looks and womanly charm.

Chester
(in amazement) You're a woman!?

Nursie
Yes, but I have that little bit extra, that other women don’t. 

Chester
(aside to audience) I think I can guess what that is.

Nursie
(vamping him) So what's your name then, handsome?

Chester
Chester!

Nursie
(sidling up to him) You know, you remind me of my late fiancé.

Chester
‘Late’ fiancé! Is he dead then?

Nursie  
No, he’s just late for our wedding.

Chester
How late?

Nursie
Twenty-five years. Mind you, he only agreed to marry me on the rebound.

Chester
On the rebound?

Nursie
Yes, I had a tight grip on his braces. Twice he got as far as the door, before 
bouncing back into my arms. Which is more than can be said for my first husband.

Chester
And what happened to him?

Nursie
He died on the first night of our honeymoon.

Chester
(aside to audience) I think I might know what killed him.

Nursie
We'd just snuggled up to watch a rom-com, when the TV broke down. 'Don't worry my love, I’ll fix it,' he said, before poking a screwdriver into the back of the set. Little did I know, those would be his last words. Well apart from 'aargh' as he was thrown across the room. I gave him mouth-to-mouth, and then noticed he was going all stiff. I'd no idea rigor mortis could set in that quickly. 

Chester
What did you do for the rest of the honeymoon?

Nursie
Well what could I do? I read a book instead. (to audience) At least give me credit for trying to breathe life into an old groaner. The joke I mean, not my late husband. (checking her watch) Oh, I must go! 

Chester
There’s a public convenience on the corner, next to Poundland.

Nursie
No! I have an appointment at the beauty parlour. 

Chester
Off to get an estimate, are you?

Nursie
Cheek! I only want a little touching-up here and there.

Chester
Well you might get it there, but you certainly won’t get it here.

Nursie
(to Chester) When you see me later, you’ll hardly recognise me.

Chester
Then you’ll understand if I ignore you completely.

Nursie
You'll be that impressed, you’ll probably compose another love poem for me.

Chester
That poem wasn’t for you!

Nursie
Of course, it was.

Chester
What makes you think that?

Nursie
Well there’s nobody else around, is there? See you later…Chester. (exits SL)

Chester 
(to audience) Not if I see her first. Now I must finish that poem for Marion. (moves DSR sucking on the pencil and musing. He doesn’t notice Marion & Molly enter and during the following between them he stands writing, then 
scrubbing it out and starting again)

Marion and Molly enter (SR)

Marion
(to audience) Great news everybody! King Richard’s returning home immediately! 

Molly
(to audience) Let’s hope he gets here before Prince John steals his crown.

Marion
Yes, Molly. Otherwise, England will enter the dark ages.

Molly
I thought we already were in the dark ages. (laughs)

Chester
(hears Molly laughing and turns) Lady Marion! I have a message for you, from the Sheriff.

Marion
What kind of message?

Chester
It's a love poem, to express his undying love for you. (clears throat) 
‘Lady Marion, marry me,
And I’ll bring you expensive chocs,
And then I'll sit and scoff them,
While you wash my pants and socks’.
Now don’t tell me, that didn’t melt your heart.

Marion
(dryly) It brought tears to my eyes.

Chester
(to Marion) Shall I tell the Sheriff you said ‘yes’?

Marion
No! Never in a million years!

Chester
So it's a ‘maybe’, then.

Marion
Over my dead body!

Chester
I understand. You need time to think about. By the way, the Sheriff’s guards will be round later to collect everybody’s taxes. Cheerio then! (exits SR) 

Molly
Why does Chester work for the Sheriff? I always thought he was a good guy. 

Marion
He is, Molly. He told me he hates working for the Sheriff. 

Molly
Then why does he?

Marion
I don’t think he has much choice. But he does his best to help the villagers. 

Molly
In what way, exactly?

Marion
Well he’s just told us about the Sheriff’s guards coming to collect taxes, thereby giving us time to warn everybody. 

Villagers enter (SL)

Marion
(to Villagers) Hello, everyone!

Villagers  
Hello, Lady Marion!

Villager 1
(to Marion) Was that Chester we just saw leaving?

Marion
Yes, it was.

Villager 2
What did he want this time?

Marion
Oh, just some nonsense about a love poem the Sheriff has penned for me.

Molly
Also, the Sheriff's guards are on their way to collect everybody’s taxes.

Villager 3
(to other Villagers) We’d better hide from them.

Villager 4
But where?

Villager 5
Sherwood Forest! Come on!

Villagers exit (SL)

Marion
The Sheriff must be mad, to think I’d be interested in him.

Molly
Don’t worry m’lady. (draws her sword) If he tries anything on, I’ll cut off his dangler. (practices a few cuts and thrusts)

Marion
(shocked) I beg your pardon, Molly?

Molly
His chain of office.

Marion
Oh, that dangler. I only wish there was some brave hero around, to protect the poor villagers from the Sheriff. 

Molly
I’ll ask this lot if they know anybody like that. (to audience) Boys and girls. Do you know of anyone brave enough, to protect the villagers? (audience respond)

Marion
Robin Hood? Of, course!  

Molly
(to Marion) Do you really think Robin Hood and his men, can defeat the Sheriff and his guards?

Marion
Why not? Russell Crowe did.

Molly
That was just a film, m'lady. But this is real life.

Marion
(stage whisper) Are you sure about that, Molly?

Molly
As sure as I’m standing on this ladder.

SFX: Sound of horse’s clip-clopping.

Marion
That sounds like the Sheriff’s guards arriving on horseback.

Molly
It sounds like somebody banging two coconut shells together, to me.

Marion
Let’s leave before they arrive.

Molly
Yes, m’lady. (aside to audience) We don’t want to get trampled to death by a bunch of coconuts, do we?

Marion
We’ll go for a stroll in Sherwood Forest. And who knows, we might even bump into Robin Hood. 

Molly
I think there’s every chance of that. (to audience) Right kids?

Marion
Come on, Molly.

They exit (SR)
 

Robin Hood And The Witches Of Sherwood

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