ABOUT THE SHOW
2ND AND 3RD CYCLE OF PRIMARY
Robin Hood: the legend of a heroic bandit and his band of thieves, the evil Sheriff of Nottingham and a damsel in distress. The Sheriff of Nottingham, a grumpy and greedy man is collecting taxes from the poor citizens. Robin, with the help of his band “The Merry Men”, uses humour, music and audience participation to ease the pain of the poor. Follow Robin through the streets of Nottingham as he seeks justice for the poor and humour for the grumpy in this new Face 2 Face comedy.
DATES AND TIMES
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To prepare teachers for the show we provide a didactic dossier prepared by a group of philologists specialised in the English language, which contains exercises, games, vocabulary, reading comprehension and audio with phonetic exercises, extracts and songs from the work.
This material can be downloaded from our User’s Area quickly and easily with a code that we assign to each client. The main interest in the elaboration of the didactic dossier is that the students prepare it in the classroom before and after the theatrical performance in order to get the most out of the activity.
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“The whole team would like to congratulate you for the good organisation and, above all, for the great work done by the actors. The children really enjoyed their show and took away very good memories of it. The best thing is that all of them, even though they were so young, understood perfectly the thread of the story.”
(CEIP Clara Campoamor)
“Congratulations on your good work! The children liked the play very much. It was very well adapted and in line with the content we were working on. Moreover, the children collaborated and kept their attention, thank you very much!”
(CEIP Fernando de los Ríos)
“Don’t change! We enjoyed it a lot. Great acting, the best actors, a well-designed story with a fun way of turning classic texts into modern stories. The teaching material couldn’t have been better, full of information, different exercises and an attractive presentation”
María Elena Flórez Méndez
(IES Ordoño II)
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