Paulerspury Players kick off their 34th annual Pantomime

Posted 21st February 2024

Paulerspury Players have kicked off their 34th annual Pantomime “Robin Hood” in Paulerspury Village Hall, Towcester, NN12 7NA from Wednesday 21st February 2024 to Saturday 24th February 2024.

Robin Hood is a traditional pantomime full of songs, jokes, slapstick and the odd inflatable palm tree. Robin, our hero and his friends Lady Marian, Dame Freya Tuck and Will and Scarlett are just some of the characters you will meet in this comic adventure.

The story is one that everyone knows but with a some twists and turns along the way.  You can join in the fun and boo the Sheriff, King John and Hilda, and our baddie trio. But is panto just for kids… oh no it isn’t, panto is for everyone! There is something for all ages, an enjoyable evening of fun is guaranteed and not to be missed.

Tickets are available by visiting or by calling the Box Office on 0845 833 4910.

About the Paulerspury Players

Paulerspury Players are a well-known local amateur dramatics group that raises money for local good causes. Formed in 1988 they were almost exclusively drawn from Paulerspury Parish with one or two from neighbouring villages.

Over time their Membership became drawn from far and wide, such was the attraction of their shows and reputation for ‘having fun raising funds’. There are still many cast and chorus from Paulerspury in current productions, with the rest coming from miles around.

Their shows have benefited so many young people and adults since the beginning in 1988, not only from money raised but the experiences of taking part in community shows.

Harry’s Rainbow

About their Fundraising

Last year, the Paulerspury Players made financial contributions to both Harry’s Rainbow and The Lewis Foundation

Harrys Rainbow ( support children and young people in the Milton Keynes and surrounding areas, who have been bereaved of a parent or sibling. As well as providing information and guidance, they also provide various bereavement support services. These include regular support groups, activities and trips, and individual tailored support, as appropriate.

The Lewis Foundation ( source, package and hand deliver free gifts and support packs to adult cancer patients in hospital every week – items they might find difficult to buy themselves or simply cannot afford. It can be a sad, frightening and lonely experience for individuals undergoing cancer treatment. For many people in hospital The Lewis Foundation volunteers are their only regular visitors.