The childrens' sitcom quickly became a favourite amongst both children and adults when it debuted on BBC One in 1989, and retains cult status.
Robinson - who both created and wrote the series, as well as starring as the Sheriff of Nottingham - announced that he is writing a script for a potential live version with co-stars David Lloyd and Mark Billingham (all pictured, above).
Lloyd and Billingham played the Sheriff's useless henchmen, guards Graeme and Gary (respectively) in the series. Billingham enjoys a successful career as a crime novelist, whilst Lloyd has written extensively for television, including BBC soaps Casualty and Doctors.
The trio previously collaborated on the first episode of the sitcom's fourth series, Tunnel Vision.
British Comedy Guide understands that the live stage project is in "very early days" of development, and as such no further information is currently available, nor stars or potential venues yet attached.
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