TUESDAY 18TH AUGUST

CHILD £4
ADULT £10
FAMILY £25
  • DOORS OPEN AT 5.30 PM.
  • PLAY STARTS AROUND 7.00 PM

  • THERE WILL BE A BAR SELLING ALCOHOL - REAL ALES AND SPIRITS.

  • THERE WILL BE FOOD AND SNACKS

  • APPLEBY CASTLE IS A LICENSED PREMISES. ALL ALCOHOL CONSUMED AT THIS EVENT MUST BE PURCHASED ON THE PREMISES.
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  • It’s pirate ships and salty old sea dogs for Summer 2020 in Quantum Theatre’s swashbuckling new adaptation of the classic pirate adventure, Treasure Island.

    From the moment young Jim Hawkins stumbles upon a treasure map at the Admiral Benbow Inn he finds himself embroiled in the murky underworld of pirates - and soon he is on the high seas in search of the pirate hoard . But once aboard the Hispaniola, Jim becomes only too aware that he is not the only one who knows of the map's existence.

    Bursting with buccaneers, brouhaha and dastardly double dealings Michael Whitmore’s lively new adaptation delivers an action-packed adventure for the whole family.

    All Quantum productions are written/adapted and directed by the Artistic Director, Michael Whitmore, whose work captures the essence and spirit of the original texts whilst presenting them in a fast-paced, tightly choreographed and highly entertaining style. He has written over thirty five plays including adaptations of classic texts and new work on the National Curriculm for Science, Maths and English and pieces on World War One, environmental issues and the Olympics. He continues to create new work for the company every year.

    Jessica Selous Is Co-Artistic Director and paints the sets, creates the costumes and makes props, puppets and creates the publicity for all Quantum shows.

    Gideon Escott writes and arranges the music for all Quantum Productions and has written over twenty new scores for the company as well as arranging folk songs, nursery rhymes and old standards for various productions.