|17th July 2021|
|2pm - 4pm|
2 Cramond Road South, Edinburgh West EH4 6AD
|£12.50 adult / £8 under-18 / £35 family (2+2) / £10 student/OAP concession|
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Long John Silver and his crew of salty old sea dogs are weighing anchor at Lauriston Castle next summer with the classic pirate adventure Treasure Island.
Presented by Quantum Theatre, this action-packed family favourite is bursting with buccaneers, brouhaha and dastardly double dealings in a brand new adaptation of the Robert Louis Stevenson classic. So pack a picnic, bring a blanket and join the fun for an afternoon of swashbuckling sword fights, sea shanties and drama on the high seas in a show for all the family.
To book visit www.quantumtheatre.co.uk or ring the Box office on 0845 4505157.
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