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Eat, drink & make merry! Celebrate the best of Nottingham with Robin Hood & his Merry Outlaws!


Ezekial Bone, who plays the role of Robin Hood in the Robin Hood Town Tours, has produced a new and  unique evening of theatre and fine dining – the Robin Hood Beggars Banquet – which will be held at the iconic, newly refurbished The Angel Microbrewery on Stoney Street, in Hockley.

Guests will dine on three courses of fine home cooked fayre prepared on the premises by the Alley Cafe, and washed down with fine local ales and wine.

The first event of this production will take place on Saturday 12 November and a limited number of tickets are still available to join Ezekial Bone as the legendary outlaw Robin Hood, as he rallies the people in a raucous evening at his medieval style Beggars Banquet, fit for a King!

Ezekial Bone said: “The Merry Outlaws will entertain and minstrels will play, as we fly the flag of Nottingham and its famous son. Music comes from the acclaimed ‘Wild Irish’, a superb folk duo with a demon fiddler who has been crowned King of the Irish Fiddlers on numerous occasions.

“We will be holding the Beggars Banquets upstairs in ‘The Chapel’ at The Angel Microbrewery which was once a ‘Hall of Temperance’ and is a fitting place indeed, to raise the rabble and let the good times roll!”

Tickets cost £35 per person.  For further information visit: https://business.facebook.com/events/208491562922792/


Posted on 04 November 2016

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