Theatre Walks


Treasure Island Story Walk Bristol Docks

Bristol is where Long John Silver ran a pub called The Spyglass; where Squire Trelawney found and fitted out the good ship Hispaniola, and where young Jim Hawkins stepped off the coach from Devon to set sail on the biggest adventure of his life – the search for Captain Flint’s buried treasure.

Full of pirates and buccaneers; hidden spy holes; dark secrets, dirty deeds and lashings of doubloons. Hear the story where it all began: Bristol docks. Laced with terrible pirate jokes and Ted, the fact checking parrot, to make sure your pirate gets the story straight.

Our audiences say

“The story walk is terrific”
“Wonderful entertainment …thoroughly recommend”
“Thrilling story-telling, enjoyed by all ages”
“Perfect way to spend time with little pirates”

  • Meet/start: by the Treasure Island trail barrel, top of King St (by the Centre) in front of the pink almshouses (BS1 4DT) See map »
  • Tour takes place outdoor. Ends near M Shed.
  • Suitable for families with children age 4+.
  • Cost: Contact us for your own private tour
  • Lasts: Lasts approx 60 mins
  • Dates + Times: Private tours by arrangement
  • Cost: Private tours by arrangement only

Contact us to arrange a private tour »

TREASURE ISLAND STORY WALK performer Gerard Cooke with TedGerard Cooke & Ted, pic Zuleika Henry

Available for private tours, please contact us for details »

Collect the set with our THEATRE WALKS. Bedminster, Blackbeard, NEW Cary Grant, Clifton, Treasure Island and the return of FRANKENSTEIN IN BATH in July/August 2024

uncanny and macabre, cracking script, consummate performer — Bristol Life Mag

Awards include Best Live Performance (Creative Bath Awards) and Best of Bristol Theatre (Bristol24/7).