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Join heroic outlaw Robin Hood and his band of merry men in the Cardinia Youth Theatre’s latest production.
The show kicks off on 3 October and promising plenty of music and laughs, it is the perfect school holiday entertainment.
The talented youth cast ranging in age from six to 66 will present seven shows over four days at the old church at Pakenham’s St Patrick’s Primary School.
The always entertaining councillor Graeme Moore is just one of the stars of the show.
The cast have been rehearsing weekly and have great fun, learning the songs and script, interacting with each other and working together.
Community members young and old are invited to come and see if Robin Hood can shoot as “straight as an arrow”.
Tickets, just $10 each, are available at www.trybooking.com/302967.
The shows are on Tuesday 3 October 2pm and 7pm, Wednesday 4 October at 2pm and 7pm, Thursday 5 October at 11am and 2pm and Friday 6 October at 11am.
Visit the group’s Facebook page for more details.

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