Current Productions TREASURE ISLAND Story Walk - back for August

Treasure Island Story Walk Bristol Docks

21 August – 3 September

What’s a pirate’s favourite cheese? — Cheddaaaaaaaar!

Our half term story walk was such a success it’s back for the summer holidays. Here’s what our audiences said:

Wonderful entertainment …thoroughly recommend”
Thrilling story-telling, enjoyed by all ages”
The story walk is terrific”

So join us for the perfect family in the place where it all began: Bristol Docks

See hidden caves and spy holes, and discover the dark and dirty deeds of Long John Silver, Blind Pew, and a host of pirates and buccaneers!

One hour, suitable for age 8+

Times/prices/details on the flier »

Starts at: Merchant Venturers Almshouses, jct King St/Prince St BS1 4DT
See map »

But remember, “Them that die’ll be the lucky ones…”


Gerard Cooke & Nadia Williams, pic Zuleika Henry

In association with the Long John Silver Trust’s Treasure Island Trail
www.longjohnsilvertrust.co.uk

Current Productions Blood, Booze and Buccaneers

Join us for lashings of BLOOD, BOOZE AND BUCCANEERS in Bristol docks.

Our walking tour visits a few dockside hostelries along the way, with new revelations about Bristol born Blackbeard that will change your view of pirates forever.

The real Blackbeard couldn’t have been more different from your average, rum soaked TREASURE ISLAND pirate. So many voyages began in Bristol: even Long John Silver sailed to TREASURE ISLAND from Bristol docks. And by the end of our tour you should be able to separate the fact from the fiction — just in time for the 300th anniversary of Blackbeard’s death, later this year.

Meet at The Golden Guinea in Redcliffe, finishing near The Centre.
Cost: £10, advance booking only, buy your own drinks.
Lasts: 2 – 2 ½ hours
Dates & Times: it’s proving popular so we keep adding more. And the 300th anniversary is coming up, so check the booking site (below) for the latest dates.

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Current Productions Frankenstein in Bath

Frankenstein in Bath 2018

more genuine Gothic horror than her novel… enthralling” — Theatre Bath

fascinating… I was spellbound… very good value” — Trip Advisor 5*

captivating, breathtaking” — Listomania, Bath

wonderful evening… my students were quite simply enthralled” — group organiser

Eastenders with posh people and poetry!” — audience member

An extraordinary walking tour revealing Bath’s best kept secret: Mary Shelley wrote much of FRANKENSTEIN in Bath. Secrets and lies, suicides, concealed births, ruined reputations and false identities – walk in Mary Shelley’s footsteps as she wrote her gothic masterpiece in the autumn/winter of 1816/17.

FRANKENSTEIN IN BATH takes you where she lived, where she wrote, and where she kept her dark secrets – as a chain of real life disasters unfolded around her.

To mark the 200th anniversary of FRANKENSTEIN’s publication, there’s now a plaque to Mary Shelley in Bath – included in the tour.

Tickets

Tickets cost £10, advance booking recommended (some tickets available each night, cash only). Book tickets online here »

MEET/START: outside Sally Lunn’s, North Parade Passage, BATH BA1 1NX and ends close by. Lasts approx 90 mins. Mainly on the flat with stops along the way.
Not recommended for under 12s.

Sally Lunn’s, the perfect place to eat before the tour: www.sallylunns.co.uk

Please contact us for private tours and large groups »

Tours between March and October

March: 23rd, 24th, 25th, 29th, 30th, 31st all start at 7.30pm
April: 5th, 6th, 7th, 12th, 13th, 14th all start at 7.30pm
May: 4th, 5th, 6th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 25th, 26th, 27th, 31st all start at 8pm
June: 1st, 2nd all start at 8pm
August: 24th, 25th, 26th, 27th, 31st all start at 7.30pm
September: 1st, 6th, 7th, 8th, 13th, 14th, 15th, 20th, 21st, 22nd, 27th, 28th, 29th all start at 7.30pm
October: 5th, 6th, 12th, 13th, 19th, 20th, 26th, 27th all start at 6.30pm

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Photos from Frankenstein in Bath performances

Photos: Zuleika Henry