Hooded Man Events

"He's coming... The Hooded Man is coming!"

The Hooded Man II
Saturday 30th April & Sunday 1st May

Above photo taken at 'The Hooded Man 30th Anniversary Convention' (May 2014). Mark Ryan fires a flaming arrow into the lake, in honour of Richard 'Kip' Carpenter. Courtesy of Bowlore. Photo (c) HoodedManEvents and taken by Robin Prichard.

'The Hooded Man' II
Dates: Saturday 30th April and Sunday 1st May 2016
Venue: St. Pierre Hotel in Chepstow, Wales, UK
Tickets: £140 for 16+ and over, £70 for 5 to 15 years old and free for 0-4 years old (a 12-month interest free Payment Plan option is a

Your tickets cover the entire weekend (Interview Panels, live Entertainment, Saturday Evening Banquet, Convention Booklet, some Free Autographs, etc) but unfortunately not accommodation. However, an exclusive Discount Code will be available for booking direct with the venue (this should be available a year before the convention) and any room booking will include breakfast.

Your ticket contract, which you sign and return, acts as your actual ticket - once it has been returned, you get entered on a Register to be ticked off on the morning of the event when everyone checks in.

'Hooded Man Events' is a non-profit making venture, set up specifically to run 'Robin of Sherwood' conventions by The OFFSTAGE Theatre Group (created/organised by Barnaby Eaton-Jones). The first convention was for the 30th anniversary of the series and took place on the 3rd and 4th of May, 2014, at the St. Pierre Hotel in Chepstow, Wales, UK. It was dedicated to the memory of Richard 'Kip' Carpenter, who created, wrote and produced the show.

'Hooded Man Events' is a non-profit making organisation, with all respective copyright maintained by the companies/individuals who made 'Robin of Sherwood' such a success. Any profit made will be donated to Richard 'Kip' Carpenter's chosen charity, that he donated to in his lifetime - The Sherwood Forest Trust.

All guests at our events appear subject to work committments.

We also maintain the right to refuse entry to any ticketed or non-ticketed fans, should we wish to do so. In the extremely unlikely event of cancellation, the Venue requires a percentage of their fee (as stated in their contract), dependent on the timeframe of cancellation. Once that has been paid, we would endeavour to pay back ticket money from what is left (which will not be the full amount). Otherwise, tickets are non-refundable. You are more than welcome to sell tickets on if you are unable to attend, but you must notify us of the name change as well as providing a £10 Admin Fee. If you fail to do this, then the new ticket holder may be refused entry. For 'Child' tickets, proof of age may be requested before entry. Our venue is booked via a contract but if we have to change venues, for whatever reason, then we maintain the right to do so. If you have taken out a Payment Plan, then it is YOUR responsibility to complete or cancel that plan. If you over-pay, we refuse the right to refund and if you under-pay we also refuse the right to refund (and, in some cases, will seek legal action to allow us the full amount of tickets you've been contracted for). If you sign the contract, this is your legal document.

 With grateful thanks to Karon Hollis and Paul R Jones for their help and encouragement.

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