Treasure trove of fun
AHOY there m hearties! Treasure Island is coming to the Mumford Theatre in Cambridge. The family panto, inspired by the book by Robert Louis Stevenson, promises to be packed full of adventure, comedy, sing-along songs and audience participation. Adapted b
AHOY there m'hearties! Treasure Island is coming to the Mumford Theatre in Cambridge.
The family panto, inspired by the book by Robert Louis Stevenson, promises to be packed full of adventure, comedy, sing-along songs and audience participation.
Adapted by Chaplins, the production which is set in the 18th century, will see five professional performers portray a total of nine characters on Wednesday 20 December at 11.30am and 3.30pm and Friday December 22 at 2.30pm and 6.30pm.
The antics of Long John Silver, Smelly Pete, Young Jack, Dame Purity and Squire Metre are bound to have the audience booing and roaring with laughter.
For tickets, which cost £6.50 each call the box office on 0845 196 2320.
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- Treasure Island was written in Scotland in 1881
- It was first published in 1883
- The real Treasure Island is an island off the coast of Spanish America