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Laughter and fun with pirates

By Herald Express  |  Posted: December 13, 2012

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TICKETS are now on sale for Dunsford Amateur Dramatic Society's 2013 pantomime Treasure Island, which will run in the Village Hall from January 12 to 19.

There will be matinee performances each Saturday at 2.30pm and evening shows each day at 7.45pm, except Sunday.

It continues the tradition of Dunsford pantomimes which have been staged almost every year since 1948.

Treasure Island, written and directed by Ed Brook, is a traditional family pantomime version of Robert Louis Stevenson's famous tale.

It features young Jim Hawkins (principal boy) who is given a map by Captain Billy Bones showing where Old Captain Flint's treasure is buried on an island in the Caribbean.

Jim is pursued by a number of cut-throat pirates wanting to get their hands on the treasure.

Lots of laughter and excitement on the way as Jim finally wins the day.

Book now by calling: 01647 252161.

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