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Thursday, November 22, 2012
This year’s Christmas production from New Buckenham Players is an adaptation of Treasure Island.
The Hispanola is being built ready to set sail. Join Jim Hawkins, Capt’n Smollett, Israel Hands and Long John Silver as they splice the mainbrace and sail off in search of treasure.
On the journey meet Blind Pugh, Black Dog, Ben Gunn, the formidable Lady Trewlaney and her chipper companion Lucy Livesey, numerous murderous pirates, to say nothing of a bevy of feisty female pirates, whom you wouldn’t want to cross on a high sea.
Following on from the RSC Open Stages Project, Treasure Island again features a large cast, with a diverse age range – the cast are either collecting their bus passes or school dinners.
The journey casts off at 8pm on Thursday, December 6, follows the winds on Friday, December 7, and ends on Saturday, December 8, with a visit to port at the Saturday matinee at 2.30pm.
Tickets cost £6.50 and £5.50 (concessions) for evening performances, with matinee tickets at £5.50 and can be ordered through the box office on 861438.
You don’t have to be a fisherman to enjoy a visit to the Bridge Inn, but it might help. There are two 22 lakes in the immediate area, and anglers make a beeline to the pub, which is about 10 miles from Norwich, every season.