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Wednesday, 6th September 2017

Book now for Robin Hood and the Babes in the Wood

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A scene from the lavish production of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs - last year's panto from EM Prductions.

Merry men required for Christmas Panto!

It’s the first week in September, the kids have finally gone back to school, so naturally you’re already thinking of their entertainment for Christmas. No? Oh yes you are!

Never fear, those energetic and super creative people at East Meath Productions, who burst on to the scene a few years ago and raised the bar when it comes to Christmas Pantomime, are back with another wonderful show, the ever popular Babes in the Wood.

Join Robin Hood, Maid Marian, the Merry Men, and of course Nursie, as they try to defeat the wicked Sheriff of Nottingham (Simon Scowl) in this fantastic traditional Panto.

The show features all the usual singing, dancing, fun and laughter you have come to expect from EM Productions and if you fancy being a part of the show it’s not too late. EM are still open for new members and we’re reliably informed that they are especially on the lookout for merry men!

After the fantastic success of last year, this show promises to be even bigger, better and more magical than ever….book your tickets quick!

Tickets (€15.50) are available from

Droichead Arts Centre - December 6th to 10th.

For more information see the EM Prodcutions Facebook page



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