This new production takes the swashbuckling drama of Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic tale and stirs in all the usual pantomime favourites in a colourful, comedic romp.
There are champions to cheer, baddies to boo and thighs to slap as the good ship Hispaniola sets off to plunder the high seas for Pieces of Eight. To find out more, visit www.ryeplayers.co.uk or join members of the cast as they search the streets of Rye for hidden treasure this Saturday afternoon.
Curtain up is at 7.30pm for the evening performances and there is a matinee on the afternoon of Saturday, July 14 at 2.30pm. Tickets are £7.50 for adults (£6.50 for the matinee) and £5 for all children under 16. There is a group booking discount of a free additional ticket for every seven purchased in one go.
Tickets are available in person from the Rye Tourist Information Centre on Lion Street or by calling the box office on 07852 775175. But hurry - you don’t want to miss the boat.