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This story takes place a little after the traditional Robin Hood legends end, when Robin has rescued Marian from the clutches of evil Prince John, and everyone gets their happily ever after - or do they? In fact, Marian's refused to marry Robin, and has started her own rival troupe of outlaws, the Mighty Maids. Prince John still wants revenge, Robin still wants Marian, and Marian, well, Marian's not sure what she wants. But there's tropes to be lampshades, derring to be done, and buckles to be swashed…
|Best Heroine||Anna Spearing-Ewyn (St. John's College) for Maid Marian|
|Best Hero||Tom Lear (Magdalen) for Robin Hood|
|Best Villain|| Jasper Rose Russell (Merton) for Sheriff of Nottingham
James Bruce (Corpus Christi) for Prince John
|Best Morally Ambiguous Person||Sebastian Fox (Mansfield) for Friar Tuck|
|Best Double Act / Couple|| Jasper Rose Russell (Merton) and James Bruce (Corpus Christi) for Sheriff of Nottingham and Prince John
Tom Lear (Magdalen) and Anna Spearing-Ewyn (St. John's College) for Robin Hood and Maid Marian
Judith Moore (Balliol) and Asha Hartland-Asbury (Brasenose) for Alan and Ellen a'Dale
|Most Spurious Accent||James Marsden (Corpus) for probably having done one at some point|
|Best Directing Team||Perry Hartland-Asbury (Ex-Mansfield) and Asha Hartland-Asbury (Brasenose)|
|Best Writer(s)||Asha Hartland-Asbury (Brasenose)|
|Best Song|| Asha Hartland-Asbury (Brasenose) and Perry Hartland-Asbury (Ex-Mansfield) for The Marrying Kind
Judith Moore (Balliol) for Not Not in Nottingham
Asha Hartland-Asbury (Brasenose) for The Mighty Maids
Judith Moore (Balliol) for Robin's Merry Men
|Best Costume|| Asha Hartland-Asbury (Brasenose) for the Velvetty Dresses
Jasper Rose Russell (Merton) for the leaf disguise
Sebastian Fox (Mansfield) for Friar Tuck
Asha Hartland-Asbury (Brasenose) and Perry Hartland-Asbury (Ex-Mansfield) for the outlaw hats
|Best Worst Prop||Robin's Staff|
|Best Cock-up During a Performance||Tom Lear (Magdalen) for breaking a staff|
|Best Cock-up Backstage or During Rehearsals||James Bruce (Corpus Christi) for 'Dam-nit, dam-nit, dam-nit'|
|Best Ad-Lib||Emma New (St Hildas) for 'I like my men like I like my cream… thick, rich, and able to be fitted in the refridgerator'
Tom Lear (Magdalen) for 'Now I have two!'
|Best Quote During a Show||Sheriff of Nottingham for 'Sire, we are all wearing tights'
Prince John and Robin Hood for the pure sound of Robin Hood ass-slap
Sir Godfrey for 'I'm sick and tired of being everybody's BUTTMONKEY!!'