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The Maskers Theatre Company present Treasure Island Wednesday 20th –30th July 2011

PUBLISHED: 14:35 04 July 2011 | UPDATED: 19:35 20 February 2013

The Maskers Theatre Company present Treasure Island Wednesday 20th –30th July 2011

The Maskers Theatre Company present Treasure Island Wednesday 20th –30th July 2011

The Maskers Theatre Company <br/>present <br/>Treasure Island, A new adaptation of the novel by Robert Louis Stevenson<br/>In the open air In the stunning gardens of Hamptworth Lodge, Landford SP5 2EA<br/>Between Romsey and Salisbury.

The Maskers Theatre Company

present

Treasure Island

A new adaptation of the novel by Robert Louis Stevenson

In the open air

In the stunning gardens of Hamptworth Lodge, Landford SP5 2EA

Between Romsey and Salisbury

Wednesday 20th Saturday 30th July 2011 at 7.30pm

(no performance on Monday 25th July)

Matinee performance Sunday 24th July at 4pm

Directed by Rob Praine

Adapted with savvy showmanship by Ken Ludwig, Treasure Island is a

stunning yarn of piracy on the tropical seas. The Maskers will be putting a steam punk twist on the costumes and action.

It all begins at an Inn on the Devonshire coast in 1775 and rapidly becomes

an unforgettable and eccentric tale of treachery and mayhem. The decks

are awash with legendary swashbucklers and brassy female pirates. The

mainstay of it all is Jim Hawkins with his youthful thirst for adventure, and

the infamous heroic villain Long John Silver. The unscrupulous buccaneering

rogues with their greedy quest for gold, and Long John Silver's fatherly affection

for Jim, cannot help but win the hearts and souls of all ages who have longed for

treasure and romantic adventure.

TICKETS AVAILABLE FROM Online at www.ticketsouth.co.uk

By Phone from ticketsouth 023 8071 1818

(Group discounts available- 023 8071 1812)

Ticketsouth offices at:

The Mall, Southampton (Marlands Centre)

The Mayflower Theatre, Commercial Road, Southampton SO15 1GE

Tourist Information Centre, Fish Row, Salisbury

For information about the Maskers Theatre Company visit www.maskers.org.uk

Registered Charity No 900067

Angela Stansbridge

The Maskers Theatre Company angela.maskers@btinternet.com mob 0788 1426975

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