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Treasure Island Story Walk

Show of Strength Theatre Company presents the TREASURE ISLAND STORY WALK

THIS CLIP: Gerard Cooke and Show of Strength's Creative Director, Sheila Hannon, chat with BBC Radio Bristol's Steve Yabsley, all about the TREASURE ISLAND STORY WALK (interview date: 18/05/2017).

“Them that die’ll be the lucky ones…”

This unique promenade piece, and one-person show, will take the audience point-to-point through Bristol's old city and docks, retelling Robert Louis Stevenson's classic story along the streets which inspired him.

Saturday 27th May to Sunday 4th June 2017, 2pm & 4pm daily

Trace the story of TREASURE ISLAND in Bristol. Visit hidden spy holes and discover the dark secrets and dirty deeds of pirates and buccaneers! The perfect family activity in the footsteps of Jim Hawkins and one legged Bristolian innkeeper Long John Silver.

 Publicity photos © Zuleika Henry 2017

Tickets (cash only): Adults £8 / under-16 £5 / Family (2+2) £20

One hour, suitable for age 8+

No booking required, meet at Merchant Venturers Almshouses, jct King St/Prince St, BS1 4DT

Performers include: Gerard Cooke, Kirris Riviere, Nadia Williams

Takes in cobbled streets and uneven ground unsuitable for buggies/wheelchairs

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Full details at:


Show of Strength Theatre Company -
Long John Silver Trust’s Treasure Island Trail -

Dark secrets, dirty deeds and doubloons / Ten things you (probably) didn't know about Bristol and Treasure Island
- Bristol Post 23.05.2017 (PDF)


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