when their ship is stranded at sea on a windless day, captain jim hawkins and his loyal crew while
away the time telling old sailors’ tales. and captain jim’s tale is always the most popular...

with a host of wild characters and events, from billy bones to the threatening blind pew and the ‘black spot’, the pirate’s mutiny on the hispaniola to the marooned ben gunn and the fight at the stockade on the isle where captain flint’s treasure is buried, robert louis stevenson’s classic story is brought to theatrical life by rain or shine in this new adaptation by james reynard.

this tale of buccaneers, greed, courage, betrayal and
pieces of eight has both humour and brutality.
an adaptation which is very much an adult production
which can also be enjoyed by children

an ideal choice for an outdoor
family theatrical event

jim hawkins invites you to hear how he came to leave his home, the admiral benbow inn, and make his way across the seas to treasure island.

a select few sailed there, but most were destined never to return...
...so says the most famous pirate of them all, the irrepressible long john silver...



also summer 2014...


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