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Robin Hood

23 July - 30 August

Early bird tickets are available until 29th February 2020! Just head over to the box office to book and save up to 33%!

Nottingham is in peril. Taxes are rising, the corrupt Sheriff is stealing the homes of the poor and the wealthy keep getting wealthier.

Now, with the usurper Prince John plotting the demise of the King, a band of friends, robbing from the rich and living as outlaws, realise this is their chance to make a change.

Robin Hood, their leader, has one shot to uproot the Sheriff’s oppressive reign. Together with her merry men, she can protect the King’s rule and liberate the people, but she’ll need some help from the inside to pull off her most daring heist. Can her arrow hit its final mark?

Come and join Iris in Sherwood Forest for an action-packed adventure for all the family this summer, and experience the world premiere of a brand new adaptation of one of England’s oldest tales, written by Teresa Burns (Wild and winner of the Funny Women award 2019) and directed by Rafaella Marcus (Bury the Dead and associate director for Emilia).

Ticket Information

Full price: £22.50
Concessions: £17.50
Children under 16 and Young Iris members: £15

Early bird tickets are available until 29th February 2020! Just head over to the box office to book and save up to 33%!

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Cast/Creatives

Teresa Burns

Writer

Teresa is a Writer & Dramaturg. Recent theatre credits include: Wild (The Unicorn / How It Ended), Us and Them (Commissioned by the Home Office for Luton Sixth Form College), Threads (Hat Factory), Roll Credits (Rich Mix), You Obviously Know What I’m Talking About (Edinburgh Festival & Tour), Waterproof (Site-Specific).

Teresa is currently Writer in Residence at Wardown House Museum & Gallery and has written a total of seven plays including: Keep The Home Fires Burning, A Christmas Carol, The Horrid House Tour, The Lost Letter, The Ghostly Gardener, The Secret Diary and Time Travellers.

In 2019, Teresa won the Funny Women Award for Best Comedy Short with her comedy writing partner, Samantha Lyden. In 2014, she was shortlisted for the IMDb Script to Screen Award and won the IdeasTap Short Film Fund Award for her debut short film script The Backseat.

Teresa is also the co-founder of How It Ended, an ambitious theatre company making work with and for young people.

Rafaella Marcus

Director

Rafaella Marcus’ work as a director focuses on new writing and bringing to the stage marginalised voices, especially women. Directing credits include Stop Kiss (Above the Stag), Bury the Dead (Finborough), Alley. Pearls. Gunshot. (The Yard), Spooky Action At A Distance (Bunker Theatre), I Have A Mouth and I Will Scream (VAULT Festival, winner of the People’s Choice Award), Crave (Bunker Theatre). As Associate Director: Emilia (West End), Fury (Guildhall School of Music and Drama). As Assistant Director: Pericles (Shakespeare's Globe), Romeo and Juliet, The Wind in the Willows (Chester Performs), Boeing Boeing, Afterplay, Love Your Soldiers, The Winter's Tale (Sheffield Theatres), The Killing of Sister George (Arts Theatre). She trained on the Birkbeck Theatre Directing MFA and was a finalist for the JMK Award in 2017.