Robin Hood: A Pantomime (at Fort Edmonton Park) Dec. 14-31

Can you think of a better time to steal from the rich and give to the poor? Fort Edmonton Park is aiding and abetting a legendary thief this holiday season.

Check the website for all showtimes & tickets.

Robin Hood and his merry men ambush the Capitol Theatre this holiday season in Jocelyn Ahlf’s pantomime adaptation of this classic tale. Cheer on the hero and boo the villain in this hilariously unpredictable live theatre event where roles are reversed and legends are skewed! Specially adapted for Fort Edmonton Park. Don’t miss this this holiday tradition.

Dates: December 14 – 31*

Times: 2 pm or 7:30 pm

Location: Capitol Theatre, Fort Edmonton Park

What is a pantomime?A pantomime is a musical comedy production that was initially developed in the United Kingdom. It includes songs, slapstick comedy and gender-crossing actors. The audience is encouraged to sing-along and participate.

Robin Hood December 15 at 6:30 pm: Opening Night President’s Reception 

hosted by the Fort Edmonton Foundation

Enjoy hors d’oeuvres and beverages and get an exclusive update on the Fort Edmonton Park Capital Expansion Plans hosted by Fort Edmonton Foundation prior to the show.

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