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Dukes Promenade Theatre: Treasure Island

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The Dukes production of Treasure Island in Williamson Park
The Dukes production of Treasure Island in Williamson Park
Date: 
Saturday, July 22, 2017 - 19:15
Venue: 
Williamson Park, Quernmore Rd, Lancaster LA1 1UX

 

Tuesday 4 July to Saturday 12 August (except Sundays) at 7.15pm

With every show, the audience will follow the action by moving from one fantastic location to another to enjoy a rare theatrical experience which has become the UK’s biggest walkabout theatre season and attracted more than 500,000 people since it began in 1987.

In Debbie Oates’s version of Treasure Island, the audience will meet Jem Hawkins, a girl with a plan – to escape her troubles, travel the world and make a new life for herself.

The problem is that she’s chosen the wrong crew: an opinionated parrot, a bunch of pirate buffoons and the terrifying Long John Silver watch over her every move.

The audience will join Jem’s search for treasure through the winding paths and entrancing woodlands of Williamson Park which for previous Dukes outdoor shows have transformed into Neverland, Oz, Ancient Greece and Middle Earth.

Age Guidance Suitable for all pirates 5+

BSL Performance – Friday 14 July
Audio Description Performance –  An audio guide is available to accompany this production from Monday 10 July. Please ask for details at the Box Office.

Tickets: Mon-Thurs Full Price £20 / Children £13.50. Friday £22 / £14.50, Saturday £26 / £16 from the Box Office: 01524 598500 or online at: www.dukes-lancaster.org.
Concessions receive £2 off 

See website for group and preview discount rates. 

Last year's production proved so popular that performances later in the run sold out so this year The Dukes is recommending people to book early to avoid missing out.

To book tickets for Treasure Island, which is recommended for anyone aged 5 plus, ring The Dukes Box Office on 01524 598500 or visit www.dukes-lancaster.org.

You can also find useful information there about access and what to wear and bring (or not). 

 

 

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