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The Swan Inn

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The Anchor Inn

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The Otter Inn

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The Nobody Inn

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The Thirsty Farmer

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Poltimore Inn

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The Blue Ball Inn

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Blinis Cafe Bar

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Royal Glen Bar

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The Fountain Head

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Cat & Fiddle Inn

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Frank's Fluids

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Hare & Hounds

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Carina's Nite Club

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The Salty Monk

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The Thatch

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The Pig & Whistle

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Fishermans Cot

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Balfour Arms

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Radway Inn

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Masons Arms

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White Horse Inn

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Rusty Pig

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Nog Inn

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English Folk Dance &
Song Society

Act I

Act I, Scene I


The palace of THESEUS.

Act I, Scene II


QUINCE'S house.

St. Cuthbert


Nanny Rutt

Major Oak

The earliest surviving text of a Robin Hood ballad is the 15th century "Robin Hood and the Monk". This is preserved in a Cambridge University manuscript. Written after 1450 it contains many of the elements still associated with the legend, from the Nottingham setting to the bitter enmity between Robin Hood and the local sheriff, Reginald de Grey.

Act IV,

Scene III

Jack is a colourful figure, nine feet tall & covered in greenery & flowers.