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World Premiere. The first production from the Haymarket Theatre will be the world premiere of Treasure Island, penned by national treasure and established author Sandi Toksvig (The Great British Bake Off, QI). With Toksvig's trademark razor (or should we say cutlass?) sharp wit, Jim Hawkins' adventure across the High Seas in search of treasure will appeal to all ages. Along the way Jim encounters deadly storms and even deadlier pirates, led by the infamous one-legged Long John Silver. Featuring rousing sea shanties and daring sword fights, piratical parrots and acrobatic puppets, this new adaptation is wonderfully imaginative and will leave you spellbound. This thrilling new version of the adventure story by Robert Louis Stevenson is the perfect Christmas treat for all the family.


Gary Lineker (Captain Flint), Mikey Brett (Rudolph / Billy Bones / Mr Arrow / Be Gunn), Jules Brown (Long John Silver), Andrew Cullum (Sir Kensington Gore / Squire De Montford), Tanveer Devgun (Tom / Blind Pugh / Captain Smollett), Kat Engall (Jim Hawkins), Mary Garbe (Florence / Doctor Livesey), Joyce Greenaway (Margaret), Dominic Rye (Frank / George), Meghan Treadway (Shirley / Parrot)


Book by: Robert Louise Stevenson
Author(s): Sandi Toksvig, Jenifer Toksvig
Music: David Perkins
Director: Matthew Forbes

Treasure Island

Treasure Island (Kids show) production archive for QTIX code T02005067532. Details of all Treasure Island archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1346

Archive Listings

13 Dec 18
6 Jan 19
Haymarket Theatre
Leicester, Leicestershire
Performance Details => Venue archive


No UKTW or User reviews available.
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