Long John Silver and Jim Hawkins on the high seas in search of Captain Flint's long lost treasure.

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Archive listings for Treasure Island

Work type: Panto. There are performances of this work in the listings (current and future) database, see Treasure Island

Online Panto - T0622131303

Producer Gary Starr Creative.
30 Nov 20 to 1 Jan 22Streaming Performances, Internet :: V2094630399
listing details L0470827784


Producer Reece Sibbald Productions Ltd. Performer Todd Carty (Long John Silver). Performer Cal Halbert (Captain Cal Smollett). Performer Reece Sibblad (Silly Billy). Performer Pippa Smith (Polly Perkins). Performer Emma Deborah Ward (Melody the Mermaid).
23 Aug 21Theatre Royal, St Helens :: V546
listing details L01058242842
18 Aug 21 to 22 Aug 21Whitley Bay Playhouse, Whitley Bay :: V580
listing details L01767727253


Company Abergavenny Pantomime Company.
25 Feb 19 to 2 Mar 19Borough Theatre, Abergavenny :: V839
listing details L1739506384


Presented byValley Community Theatre. Adapted by Tom McIennan.
11 Jan 19 to 13 Jan 19Valley Community Theatre, Liverpool :: V1088
listing details L0379672290

A Pantomime - T394518926

'Sail away' on a pantomime adventure where goodies and baddies rub shoulders and clash swords in a quest to be first to the treasure. Will our hero win the prize and find true love, or will Long John Silver be ?hopping mad' when his foolish henchmen fail to get it right? With a sarcastic life sized parrot and an overworked fairy to help them on their way there is bound to be some fun. With an award winning creative team bringing the story to life, Treasure Island - The Pantomime will be a spectacular feast of fun and a well-known tale for all the family to enjoy. Running time: 2hrs approx. including any interval(s)Author Bradford & Webster.
5 Dec 14 to 7 Dec 14Guildhall Theatre, Derby :: V994
listing details L0640654111


Producer Oddsocks Productions.
11 Dec 13 to 28 Dec 13Queen's Hall Arts Centre, Hexham :: V984
listing details L0560729749


All aboard the good ship Hispaniola for The Dukes' brand new Winter adventure. Christmas is not going to be fun this year. Jem is stuck at home with her new baby sister, her annoying older brother and a distinct lack of presents. How boring? or so she thinks. With the help of a mischievous parrot and a magical treasure map she is transported from Lancaster to a distant world for an adventure on the high seas. With danger lurking around every corner and only her daft Uncle David to help, can Jem outsmart the pirates, find the gold and get home safely? Battle with scurvy seadogs, search for riches in the golden sands and join us on a very special journey to Treasure Island this Christmas. Age guidance 5+Adapted by Debbie Oates (from Robert Louis Stevenson). Director Joe Sumsion. Music Carol Donaldson. Design Alison Heffernan.
23 Nov 12 to 5 Jan 13The Dukes, Lancaster :: V523
listing details L825501677


Treasure Island is a tale of comedy, romance and swashbuckling adventure. Audiences will be invited to join Jim Hawkins on his quest as he sets sail to find the lost treasure but, in true pantomime style, along the way his voyage is interrupted by a devilishly dastardly villain, Long John Silver and his motley pirate crew and other familiar pantomime ingredients including an outrageous dame Hepsibah Hawkins, a beautiful heroine, Princess Topaz and a whole host of enchanting characters including the magical Tahiki and her enchanting island friends. There'll be lots of It's Behind You and Oh no it isn’t and copious amounts of other traditional pantomime banter to help the audience join in the fun. All this and a sprinkle of fabulously familiar songs, the tale of Treasure Island is set to create a fun evening of entertainment for the whole family to enjoy.Company Carshalton Pantomime Company. Director David Bamfather.
16 Jan 09 to 31 Jan 09Secombe Theatre, Sutton :: V708
listing details L1789501837


Ahoy there shipmates! Come and be a pirate. Set sail for fun and adventure with Jim Hawkins, Long John Silver, and all their friends in this wonderful show for all the family. Meet the Pirates, the pretty Island Princess and Mrs. Hawkins the cook, not forgetting Polly Parrot! When young Jim Hawkins discovers a secret treasure map an exciting story starts to unfold. Watch out for Black Dog who's out to steal the treasure for himself and laugh with Silly Billy Bones - and Ben Gunn who likes nothing more than cheese! With plenty of comedy and music, colourful costumes and a strong storyline, this is terrific entertainment for all.Producer Derek Grant.
22 Dec 08 to 24 Dec 08Mart Theatre, Skipton :: V1810102248
listing details L02024142423
28 Oct 08Forum Theatre, Billingham :: V557
listing details L01246216701


Producer Taylor-Made.
26 Dec 05 to 30 Dec 05Medina Theatre, Newport :: V01504973828
listing details L1108242910


Raising funds for 3 worthwhile causes, WaterAid, The Prospect hospice and Rheumatoid arthritis.Producer Thames Water Utilities Ltd.
28 Jan 05 to 29 Jan 05Wyvern Theatre, Swindon :: V928
listing details L0423360722


Author Richard Lloyd. Company Commonswood Players.
28 Jan 05 to 29 Jan 05General, General :: V1275
listing details L1782702421


Company Coolmine Panto Group.
4 Jan 05 to 15 Jan 05Draiocht, Blanchardstown :: V1786485026
listing details L930453696


Company Dramatis Personae. Author Nick Scovell. Author John Spicer.
18 Dec 02 to 24 Dec 02New Theatre Royal, Portsmouth :: V769
listing details L3864355


Author Mike Kenny. Director Tony Lidington. Director Tayo Akinbode (music).
22 Nov 01 to 26 Jan 02Everyman & Playhouse, Liverpool :: V535
listing details L940369063


Producer Tobacco Factory Theatre. Director Dan Danson.
14 Dec 01 to 19 Jan 02The Tobacco Factory Theatres, Bristol :: V1384579886
listing details L0925575123


Producer Gardner Arts Centre. Producer MCN Productions. Adapted by Mike Carter. Director Mike Carter. Design Penny Brown. Costume Penny Brown. Director Paul Need (music). Choreographer Suzanne Procter. Performer Roger Alborough. Performer Derek Howard. Performer Ben Gray. Performer Joe Orway. Performer Mark Katz. Performer Alastair Kerr. Performer David Mountfield. Performer Suzanne Procter. Performer Phil Rhodes. Performer Nick Burnard. Performer Jonathan Henry. Performer Lloyd Russell-Moyle. Performer Alex Skinner. Performer James Stevenson. Performer Nicola Stratford.
8 Dec 01 to 5 Jan 02Gardner Arts Centre, Brighton :: V653
listing details L1779702806


Runs 120mins including interval.Company Frome Pantomime Company.
21 Dec 01 to 29 Dec 01Merlin Theatre, Haverfordwest :: V1840950288
listing details L186314759


Performer Brendan O'Carroll. Performer Andy Cameron. Performer Derek Lord. Performer Gary Hollywood. Performer Nicola Park. Performer Mr Blobby. Performer Fiona O'Carroll. Performer Jenny Gibney. Performer Nick Rock. Performer Danny O'Carroll. Performer pat Shields. Performer Caroline Shannon. Performer Emily-Jane Boyle. Performer Michaela Paladini. Performer Sharon Mudie. Adapted by Vance A Carson. Director Sheridan Nicol. Director David Lambie (music). Producer Iain Gordon.
29 Nov 00 to 27 Jan 01The Pavilion, Glasgow :: V619
listing details L01857432991


Company Centre Stage Company. Author Richard Lloyd.
16 Jan 01 to 20 Jan 01Town Hall Arts Centre, Haverhill :: V88
listing details L980139713


Following last year's sellout success Sherlock Holmes, this years cast and crew of 45 bright young things follow the adventures of young effeminate Jim Hawkins and the lovesick Captain Smollett as they take on the might of Long John Silver, Hairy Paul and Big Fat Nick in an all-swashing, all-buckling pirate adventure! It's 1742 and England's harbours thrive on talk of the New World. Pirates rule the seas and Liverpool dominate what was then known as football's 'First Division'. In the midst of all this nautical gubbins, young Jim Hawkins suddenly finds himself in pursuit of love, honour and a massive quantity of gold. With the evil Long John Silver as his nemesis, it's no wonder the old people of that year sometimes called the ensuing shenanigans 'the biggest adventure in the world - ever- so far this year'. The panto promises every comic ingredient going, plus a liveband on stage, audience participation galore and a healthy smattering of men dressed as women and women dressed as men.Company Footlights. Company Amateur Dramatic Club. Author Alex Horne. Director James Morris.
21 Nov 00 to 2 Dec 00ADC Theatre, Cambridge :: V18
listing details L02055658389


Company Nortonians Amateur Dramatic Society.
29 Jan 99 to 6 Feb 99Chipping Norton Theatre, Chipping Norton :: V795
listing details L1189037281
29 Jan 99 to 6 Feb 99Chipping Norton Theatre, Chipping Norton :: V795
listing details L1779289313


Company Theatrix.
28 Jan 99 to 30 Jan 99Abbey Theatre, St Albans :: V50
listing details L01298909004

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28 Nov 20 to 31 Dec 20Empire Theatre, Consett :: V1117
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9 Dec 14 to 3 Jan 15Arts Theatre, West End :: V167
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10 Feb 01Little Theatre, Padstow :: V879
listing details L981641965
5 Feb 99 to 6 Feb 99Town Hall, Chipping Norton :: V1203
listing details L01285612454
5 Feb 99 to 6 Feb 99Town Hall, Chipping Norton :: V1203
listing details L0422256050
21 Dec 98 to 2 Jan 99Chichester Festival Theatre, Chichester :: V719
listing details L01213617045
2 Jan 98 to 3 Jan 98Swindon Arts Centre, Swindon :: V927
listing details L01826201388
1 Apr 97Middlesborough Theatre, Middlesborough :: V560
listing details L02124746798
11 Jan 97 to 18 Jan 97Town Hall, Chipping Sodbury :: V867
listing details L1084304995

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