Following their record-breaking Cliffs Pavilion pantomime debut in Aladdin last year, Ashley Banjo and Diversity are back to star in this year’ must-see show, Robin Hood and the Merry Men, and are joined by renowned musician, actor and comedian Kev Orkian.
Enjoy the gravity-defying, dizzying dance routines of Britain's foremost street dance troupe as they lead the Sheriff of Nottingham a merry dance through Sherwood Forest, robbing from the rich to give to the poor.
With gravity-defying dance, jaw-dropping special effects, barrel-loads of laughter, a forest full of magic and plenty of festive fun for all the family, be sure to aim straight for the target and book your tickets today!
May contain strobe lighting effects. Early booking is advised.
UK Street Dance Champions 2007 and winners of ITV's Britain's Got Talent 2009. The group make dynamic and creative dance moves and are made up of 8 members: Ashley Banjo, Jordan Banjo, Sam Craske, Mitchell Craske, Perri Kiely, Warren Russell, Terry Smith and Nathan Ramsay. They have performed in front of Her Majesty The Queen, at festivals and on 8 sell-out tours, with 2019 being their 9th tour.
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The son of Armenian parents, Kev Orkian comes from a family of entertainer and started playing the piano at four years old, and eventually studied performing arts at Brunel University, West London. From 1988 to 1992 he toured the UK with the Russian Armenian Dance Troupe, before moving on to West End roles including Fame, Me & My Girl and the Grease concert tour. In 2004, he started building a comedy routine around his musical talents, starting on cruise ships and supporting comics including Jim Davidson, Julian Clary, Cannon & Ball and Joe Pasquale. In 2009, he appeared on Britain’s Got Talent, and moved on to the comedy circuit, with Edinburgh Fringe shows in 2010 and 2011.
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