Ceredigion theatre company the Little Mill Players present Robin Hood and the Babes in the Wood at Theatr Felinfach next week.

Robin Hood may be the best archer in the land, but can he escape the clutches of the dastardly Sheriff of Nottingham and save the Babes?

Join Winnie Widebottom, Marion, Little Joan, Friar Tuck and, surprisingly, the Smugglers Cove WI who have come to Sherwood Forest on a camping holiday and get caught up in the adventure.

Boo, hiss and cheer to help make sure the Sheriff gets his just deserts.

Expect much fun, laughter and song in this family-friendly production.

The Little Mill Players have been around for as long as Theatr Felinfach has been in existence, since 1972. Members of the company come from various parts of Ceredigion and even Carmarthenshire.

The age range of the cast varies from seven to 60-plus and their jobs vary from manual to managerial as well as school pupils and students.

One of the longest serving members of the current cast is Dilys Megicks, the show’s production assistant, who has been a member for 24 years.

During that time she has portrayed a wide array of characters including a baddie, a chicken and now, the chair of the Smuggler’s Cove WI.

Robin Hood and the Babes in the Wood is performed at 7.30pm from Thursday, 30 January to Saturday, 1 February, with a matinée performance on at 2.30pm on Saturday as well.

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