Set sail on the high seas for a spectacular swashbuckling adventure at Derby Theatre during Easter 2020.
A pirate-filled production perfect for the whole family.
Theresa Heskins’ award-winning adaptation of Treasure Island is inspired by Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic tale of buried treasure and buccaneers. Brimming with a bountiful supply of live music, sumptuous sets and costumes, drama and ahoy me hearties, this is a thrilling theatrical voyage for all ages to embark on.
Batten down the hatches and book now for the truly wonderful Treasure Island.
Treasure Island follows the hugely successful production of The Jungle Book in 2019 and all performances will have fully integrated BSL and Captioning.
Please Note: we recommend seats on rows D-H for the best view of the integrated captioning.
Text Number: you can also book or find out more by texting the Box Office on 07717 346 964.
BSL & Captioned Introduction
Audio Described Introduction
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All performances contain fully integrated British Sign Language and Captioning.
Live Audio Described performances: Wed 8 April, 1.30pm and Sat 11 April, 1.30pm (with touch tours at 12.15pm on both dates)
Dementia-Friendly Performance: Thu 9 April, 1.30pm
Relaxed Performance: Sun 5 April, 2pm
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Meet the Cast
Beth Hinton-Lever will play the iconic role of Long John Silver. Beth’s credits include West Side Story for Leicester Curve, As You Like It for the National Theatre and Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch and Reasons to be Cheerful for Graeae Theatre Company.
Friends Membership Deal
Friends get 50% off tickets on Sat 28 March, 1:30pm or 7:00pm and Mon 30 March, 7:00pm or £5 off tickets for all other performances (price bands A-C only).
A Family Friend membership is just £3 a month via annual direct debit and includes exclusive discounts on selected performances for up to 6 people and lots more rewards.